1. Ice shelves propping up two major Antarctic glaciers are breaking up  CTV News
  2. Two major Antarctic glaciers are tearing loose from their restraints, scientists say  The Washington Post
  3. Satellite images show deterioration of Antarctica glaciers that could lead to rising sea levels  ABC News
  4. Antarctic Glaciers Are Growing Unstable Above and Below Water  WIRED
  5. Doomsday Glacier Melting Fast, Scientists Finally Know Why  International Business Times
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Satellite images show that two important glaciers in the Antarctic are sustaining rapid damage at their most vulnerable points, leading to the breaking up of vital ice shelves with major consequences for global sea level rise.Satellite images show that two important glaciers in the Antarctic are sustaining rapid damage at their most vulnerable points, leading to the breaking up of vital ice shelves with major consequences for global sea level rise.

Ice shelves propping up two major Antarctic glaciers are breaking up | CTV News

At the bottom of the planet, the world’s most dangerous glaciers are breaking free.At the bottom of the planet, the world’s most dangerous glaciers are breaking free.

Two major Antarctic glaciers are tearing loose from their restraints, scientists say - The Washington Post

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New studies show fractures on surface ice and warm seawater melting the ice from underneath. That’s a harbinger of a coming collapse—and sea level rise.New studies show fractures on surface ice and warm seawater melting the ice from underneath. That’s a harbinger of a coming collapse—and sea level rise.

Antarctic Glaciers Are Growing Unstable Above and Below Water | WIRED

Two Antarctic glaciers are breaking free from their respective areas and can raise sea levels by as much as 10 feet.Two Antarctic glaciers are breaking free from their respective areas and can raise sea levels by as much as 10 feet.

Doomsday Glacier Melting Fast, Scientists Finally Know Why

The loss of Thwaites Glacier could trigger the broader collapse of the West Antarctic ice sheet, which contains enough ice to eventually raise sea levels by about 10 feet.The loss of Thwaites Glacier could trigger the broader collapse of the West Antarctic ice sheet, which contains enough ice to eventually raise sea levels by about 10 feet.

In Antarctica, the world’s most dangerous glaciers are tearing loose from their restraints - Anchorage Daily News