1. Hidden upside-down 'rivers' eroding Antarctic ice shelves  The Independent
  2. How Antarctic ice sheets are melting from above and below  National Geographic
  3. Warm ocean water attacking edges of Antarctica's ice shelves  Phys.org
  4. Time-lapse footage reveals how warming ocean waters are eroding the edges of Antarctica  Daily Mail
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Hidden upside-down “rivers” are eroding Antarctic ice shelves, according to the latest study that suggests polar regions are melting faster than previously thought.  As ice shelves float out into the ocean they stretch and crack along the edges, meaning they are particularly vulnerable to erosion from plumes of water from below. Hidden upside-down “rivers” are eroding Antarctic ice shelves, according to the latest study that suggests polar regions are melting faster than previously thought.  As ice shelves float out into the

Hidden upside-down 'rivers' eroding Antarctic ice shelves | The Independent

Upside-down rivers lapping at the bottoms of ice sheets and brilliant blue mini-lakes dotted on top may be speeding up Antarctic melting.Upside-down rivers lapping at the bottoms of ice sheets and brilliant blue mini-lakes dotted on top may be speeding up Antarctic melting.

How Antarctic ice sheets are melting from above and below

Upside-down "rivers" of warm ocean water are eroding the fractured edges of thick, floating Antarctic ice shelves from below, helping to create conditions that lead to ice-shelf breakup and sea-level ...

Warm ocean water attacking edges of Antarctica's ice shelves

Researchers from Colorado collected satellite images of the Getz Ice Shelf, one of the largest ice shelves in Antarctica, over 15 years and saw the coastline receding back towards land.Researchers from Colorado collected satellite images of the Getz Ice Shelf, one of the largest ice shelves in Antarctica, over 15 years and saw the coastline receding back towards land.

Time-lapse footage reveals how warming ocean waters are eroding the edges of Antarctica | Daily Mail Online

“In the latest edition of “the ice, it’s melting” scientists have discovered hidden ‘rivers’ carving out West Antarctica’s ice shelves from below and 65,000 meltwater lakes atop the East Antarctic coastline. Ive wrapped it all together for ⁦@NatGeo⁩ https://t.co/ef22yRMb6Q”

Maddie Stone on Twitter: "In the latest edition of “the ice, it’s melting” scientists have discovered hidden ‘rivers’ carving out West Antarctica’s ice shelves from below and 65,000 meltwater lakes atop the East Antarctic coastline. Ive wrapped it all together for ⁦@NatGeo⁩ https://t.co/ef22yRMb6Q"

“Satellites capture spectacular formation of giant iceberg on Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) https://t.co/zOJHLOW9FI”

Chris St.Clair on Twitter: "Satellites capture spectacular formation of giant iceberg on Antarctica's Brunt Ice Shelf - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) https://t.co/zOJHLOW9FI"

“Never knew they called this calving: Iceberg bigger than L.A. just broke off Antarctic ice shelf. But don't blame climate change. https://t.co/BtYMlQI6EJ via @NBCNewsMACH”

Dave McKinley on Twitter: "Never knew they called this calving: Iceberg bigger than L.A. just broke off Antarctic ice shelf. But don't blame climate change. https://t.co/BtYMlQI6EJ via @NBCNewsMACH"

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Elena Hight on Twitter: "This is the coolest, easiest and most fun way to cross Antarctica off your bucket list: Win a trip with me and Ice Axe Expeditions! You’ll get the VIP treatment, plus every donation supports a great cause. Don’t miss out—ENTER: https://t.co/eMEovL5rbH"