1. 'Upside-Down Rivers' of Warm Water Are Carving Antarctica to Pieces  Livescience.com
  2. Warm ocean water attacking edges of Antarctica's ice shelves  EurekAlert
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Satellite images show huge cracks and holes forming in the same parts of Antarctica's ice shelves every year. New research suggests that hidden 'rivers' of warm water are carving the shelves up from below.Antarctica's ice shelves are under attack at their most vulnerable points.

'Upside-Down Rivers' of Warm Water Are Carving Antarctica to Pieces | Live Science