Robotic subs reveal thicker Antarctic sea ice

Improved measurements will boost understanding of Southern Ocean

SUB ZERO  Measurements made by remote-controlled submarines suggest that scientists have underestimated the thickness of Antarctic sea ice.

Klaus Meiners/AAD, Post-processing: Peter Kimball/WHOI 

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