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Wilkins Ice Bridge Collapse Antarctic Peninsula Post Cards
Wilkins Ice Bridge Collapse Antarctic Peninsula Post Cards
Wilkins Ice Bridge Collapse Date: 12 Apr 2009 The Wilkins Ice Shelf, on the western side of the Antarctic Peninsula, experienced multiple disintegration events in 2008. A rapid retreat started in February, near the end of the Antarctic summer. Another breakup began in May, during the Antarctic winter. And fresh cracks appeared on the shelf in late November 2008. By the beginning of 2009, a narrow ice bridge was all that remained to connect the ice shelf to ice fragments fringing nearby Charcot Island. That bridge gave way in early April 2009. NASA's Terra satellite captured this image of the southern base of the ice bridge, where it connected with the remnant ice shelf. This image shows ice fragments of varying sizes mixed with ice mélange. A crack in the east reveals dark ocean water below. Although the ice bridge between the shelf and Charcot Island had played a role in stabilizing the ice fragments in the region, its rupture didn't guarantee an immediate ice exodus. Image Credit: NASA
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Wilkins Ice Bridge Collapse Antarctic Peninsula
Wilkins Ice Bridge Collapse Date: 12 Apr 2009 The Wilkins Ice Shelf, on the western side of the Antarctic Peninsula, experienced multiple disintegration events in 2008. A rapid retreat started in February, near the end of the Antarctic summer. Another breakup began in May, during the Antarctic winter. And fresh cracks appeared on the shelf in late November 2008. By the beginning of 2009, a narrow ice bridge was all that remained to connect the ice shelf to ice fragments fringing nearby Charcot Island. That bridge gave way in early April 2009. NASA's Terra satellite captured this image of the southern base of the ice bridge, where it connected with the remnant ice shelf. This image shows ice fragments of varying sizes mixed with ice mélange. A crack in the east reveals dark ocean water below. Although the ice bridge between the shelf and Charcot Island had played a role in stabilizing the ice fragments in the region, its rupture didn't guarantee an immediate ice exodus. Image Credit: NASA
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Made on: 4/15/2010 10:37 PM
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