Ice bridge ruptures in Antarctic â€“ could result in the collapse of Wilkins Ice Shelf
Just recently an ice bridge which linked a shelf of ice the size of Jamaica to two islands in Antarctica has snapped and melted away. Scientists say this is a result of man-made climate change and warns that this collapse could mean the end for Wilkins Ice Shelf, a much larger ice shelf.
- Ice bridge ruptures in Antarctic (BBC)
- Wordie Ice Shelf has disappeared: scientists (Reuters)