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New expedition will look at the impact of a giant iceberg on marine, wildlife of Antarctica's island
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New expedition will look at the impact of a giant iceberg on marine, wildlife of Antarctica's island

The iceberg — named A-68a — is travelling at varying speeds depending on local conditions, but at its fastest was travelling about 20 kilometres a day.

Climate change causes Canada's last remaining 4,000-year-old Milne Ice Shelf to break apart into iceberg islands
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Climate change causes Canada's last remaining 4,000-year-old Milne Ice Shelf to break apart into iceberg islands

Temperatures from May to early August in the region have been five degrees Celsius warmer than the 1980 to 2010 average.

NASA finds an iceberg in Antarctica cut to a rectangle with an uncanny precision
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NASA finds an iceberg in Antarctica cut to a rectangle with an uncanny precision

NASA shared an image of a tabular iceberg separated off the Larsen C ice shelf at 90-degree angles.

World's largest iceberg B-15 could be melting away after 18-year-long voyage, says NASA
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World's largest iceberg B-15 could be melting away after 18-year-long voyage, says NASA

The largest iceberg ever recorded, that broke away from Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf 18 years ago, could be nearing the end of its voyage, according to NASA

Larsen C ice shelf, among the world's biggest icebergs, on verge of splitting from Antarctica
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Larsen C ice shelf, among the world's biggest icebergs, on verge of splitting from Antarctica

If the Larsen C ice shelf breaks free, it'll be the size of four Londons or more than seven New York City.

Antartic ice shelf crack grows by 17 km; to be largest iceberg ever recorded
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Antartic ice shelf crack grows by 17 km; to be largest iceberg ever recorded

A big crack in a Antarctica ice shelf has grown by 17 kms in a week and is only 13 kms from the ice front, indicating that a huge iceberg is probably very close

Extraordinary number of icebergs in 1914 to blame for sinking of Titanic
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Extraordinary number of icebergs in 1914 to blame for sinking of Titanic

There were a greater number of icebergs than normal that year, and weather conditions had driven them further south and earlier in the year than usual, the researchers said.

'Indestructible' Titanic sank due to weak rivets: Study
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'Indestructible' Titanic sank due to weak rivets: Study

Poor quality of rivets holding the Titanic's hull together may have come loose after colliding with an iceberg, sinking the ship a century ago, a study says.