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Antarctica's ice melt poses a rising threat as research funding dwindles

A recent study highlights the accelerated melting of Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier, signaling a dire need for action against sea level rise.

Bob Berwyn reports for Inside Climate News.

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Antarctic ice shrinks to historic lows for third consecutive year

Antarctic ice shrinks to historic lows for third consecutive year

Antarctica's sea ice coverage has plummeted to unprecedented levels, marking a concerning trend in climate change.

Graham Readfearn reports for the Guardian.

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Antarctica’s looming threat

Ocean waters warmed by climate change could open the door for marine invasive species in one of the world’s most pristine ecosystems. 
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Red alert in Antarctica: the year rapid, dramatic change hit climate scientists like a ‘punch in the guts’

Study after study showed the breakdown of climate systems taking place much earlier than foreseen, with potentially catastrophic results.

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Scientists studying Antarctic Circumpolar Current to take closer look at 'heat flux gates' letting in warmer water

The powerful Antarctic Circumpolar Current in the Southern Ocean acts like a force field, keeping warmer waters out of the polar region. But scientists are concerned a "gateway" is opening up.
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West Antarctic ice sheet faces ‘unavoidable’ melting, a warning for sea level rise

Regardless of how aggressively humans act to reduce fossil fuel emissions, waters around some of Antarctica’s glaciers are forecast to warm at a pace three times faster than they have in the past, a new study says.
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Antarctica has lost 7.5tn tonnes of ice since 1997, scientists find

Study finds more than 40% of ice shelves have shrunk, with millions of tonnes of freshwater entering ocean.