Antarctica could succumb to climate change and cause tsunamis throughout the south of the planet

Researchers from the University of Plymouth warn of the possibility of sediment layers on the Antarctic seabed collapsing and large tsunamis impacting the coasts of South America, New Zealand and Southeast Asia.

21 de May de 2023 11:41

The Great Ross Ice Barrier is melting 10 times faster than expected.

Weak layers of sediment identified beneath the Antarctic Ocean seafloor have crumbled in past episodes as oceans warmed and ice sheets shrank.

By Agenda Malvinas


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