Stef Lhermitte & Bert Wouters in diverse media about their paper on the damage on Thwaites and Pine Island ice shelves
Nieuws - 16 september 2020 - Secretariaat GRS
Stef Lhermitte & Bert Wouters appeared diverse media about their paper on the damage on Thwaites and Pine Island ice shelves.
- Read the article: Brunt Ice Shelf: Big iceberg calves near UK Antarctic base.
BBC News, 27 February 2021
- Read the article (in french): Le plus grand iceberg du monde est en morceaux…
Futura Sciences, 4 January 2021
- Read the article (in dutch): Immense ijsberg valt in stukken uit elkaar en deelt enkel schampschot uit aan Zuidpool-eiland met pinguïns. Maar het gevaar is nog niet geweken.
HLN, 28 December 2020
- Read the article (in dutch): Rampzalige botsing vermeden: kolossale ijsberg A68 drijft rakelings langs eiland South Georgia
VRT news, 26 December 2020
- Read the article: Earth Scientists Discover the Most Suspenseful Iceberg of the World is Breaking Apart.
The Science Times, 24 December 2020
- Read article: Giant iceberg A68a prangs seabed and loses corner.
BBC News, 17 December 2020
- Read article: A68a iceberg: Science mission to investigate frozen giant
BBC news, 15 December 2020
- Read the article: Ice shelves propping up two major Antarctic glaciers are breaking up and it could have major consequences for sea level rise
CNN, 15 September 2020
- Read the article: Two major Antarctic glaciers are tearing loose from their restraints, scientists say
The Washington Post, 14 September 2020
- Read the article: Satellite images show deterioration of Antarctica glaciers that could lead to rising sea levels
ABC News, 14 September 2020
- Read the article: Antarctic Glaciers Are Growing Unstable Above and Below Water
Wired, 14 September 2020
- Read the full paper: Damage accelerates ice shelf instability and mass loss in Amundsen Sea Embayment
PNAS, September 2020
- See all articles that mention this paper at PNAS
PNAS, September 2020
- Read the article: World's biggest iceberg FOUR TIMES the size of Greater London is steaming towards the open ocean and could pose a risk to shipping vessels.
Daily Mail, 6 February 2020
- Read this article: Larsen B part 2? Monster iceberg drifts further from Antarctic shelf (SATELLITE IMAGES)
RT, 17 September 2017