Necessity Still Breeds Ingenuity - Archive of SQUALL MAGAZINE 1992-2006

Thaws For Thought

Global warming produces record breaking iceberg

28th March 2000

One of the largest icebergs ever recorded has broken away from the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica. The iceberg is over 183 miles long and 22 miles wide, covering an area the size of East Anglia. It is the latest Antarctic breakaway thought of be occurring because of global warming.


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