Buried Antarctic Lake Is a Climate Surprise

In Antarctica, the western peninsula seems to get all of the attention, because that’s where the effects of climate change are most apparent — ice shelves are breaking apart there as you read this.

But a team of researchers from Belgium and the Netherlands found compelling evidence to suggest that eastern Antarctica, considered the more stable, is beginning to feel the effects of climate change as well.
Look to the East
The team studied the King Baudouin Ice Shelf in East Antarctica, pa

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