Taking Antarctica’s temperature

Frozen continent may not be immune to global warming

ICEY EXTREMES Various types of ice form off the coast of East Antarctica, as shown in this satellite image. In contrast to the rest of the continent, this region has seen no significant warming.

Jesse Allen, Robert Simmon/NASA Earth Observatory

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