Violent storms may shatter sea ice

Tall waves’ impact on frozen ocean hints at trouble in tempestuous future

FRAGILE ICE  Strong waves around Antarctica, unleashed by distant ocean storms, may break up packs of sea ice critical to global climate.

Rob Johnson

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