Larsen C

Larsen C is an Antarctic ice shelf that is twice the size of Wales. It is attached to the eastern edge of the Antarctic Peninsula. The famous A68 ice block broke away from this ice shelf in 2017. A new research has revealed that the Larsen C is more resilient than previously predicted. Researchers have been drilling this ice shelf to understand its past ice behaviour. It was found that it remained intact over the past 10,000 years.


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