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Crevasses near the grounding line of Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica. (I. Joughin, University of Washington)

Crevasses near the grounding line of Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica. (I. Joughin, University of Washington)

Crevasses near the grounding line of Pine Island Glacier, Antarctica. (I. Joughin, University of Washington)

The Antarctic Peninsula from the air: although the mountains are plastered in snow and ice, measurements tell us that this region is losing ice at an increasing rate. (Pippa Whitehouse, University of Durham)
Changes in the Antarctic ice sheet’s contribution to global sea level, 1992 to 2017. (IMBIE/Planetary Visions)