The recent record temperatures (up to 18.3 degrees C) on the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula have cause rapid ice melt – and NASA’s satellite images show the devastating effect. Up to an inch of snowpack melted in just one day.

Although one such event is not significant on its own, scientists say they are now happening more and more frequently.

See the images and read more here.

Photo source: NASA

 

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