How Ice Shelf Loss Will Change the Antarctic Ecosystem
How Ice Shelf Loss Will Change the Antarctic Ecosystem
Marine ecologist Jeroen Ingels discusses what is known about ice shelf loss at the southern pole and how those changes are affecting local ecosystems.
How Ice Shelf Loss Will Change the Antarctic Ecosystem
How Ice Shelf Loss Will Change the Antarctic Ecosystem

Marine ecologist Jeroen Ingels discusses what is known about ice shelf loss at the southern pole and how those changes are affecting local ecosystems.

Marine ecologist Jeroen Ingels discusses what is known about ice shelf loss at the southern pole and how those changes are affecting local ecosystems.

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