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Cold Case

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In 2015, a 225-square-mile iceberg broke off of the Pine Island Glacier in Antarctica, and researchers at The Ohio State University have discovered that the event was no ordinary breakup. The culprit: a deep subsurface rift that cracked through the ice nearly 20 miles inland—a sign that the largest ice reserve in the world may be melting sooner rather than later.

Credit: Seongsu Jeong, Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center at The Ohio State University

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