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Larsen C Ice Shelf Rift Approaching Its End, Outer Edge Moving Away From Ice Shelf At Speed Of 33 Feet Per Day

The Larsen C ice shelf crack that we've reported on numerous times in recent months appears to be nearing the point of calving. This will become the second-largest iceberg ever recorded, according to the researchers at Project Larsen C Ice Shelf Rift Approaching Its End, Outer Edge Moving Away From Ice Shelf At Speed Of 33 Feet Per Day was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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