Of Icebergs and Climate Change

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text](Guest blog by Vikram Goel, an Antarctic Glaciologist. He has been studying Antarctica while living in The Arctic for the past 3 years.)   Recently, a very big chunk of ice broke off from an ice shelf in the Antarctic Peninsula. This iceberg (named A68) is 5,800 sq. km in area and weighs more than 1 trillion tonnesContinue reading “Of Icebergs and Climate Change”