1. Scientists Discover a Massive Groundwater System in Sediments Below Antarctic Ice  SciTechDaily
  2. 'Giant MRI of Antarctica' reveals 'fossil seawater' under ice sheet  Livescience.com
  3. Huge volume of water detected under Antarctic ice  BBC
  4. In sediments below Antarctic ice, scientists discover a giant groundwater system  Phys.org
  5. Immense Reservoir Of Fossil Seawater Discovered Under Antarctic Ice Shelf  IFLScience
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Previously unmapped reservoirs could speed glaciers and release carbon. Many researchers believe that liquid water is a key to understanding the behavior of the frozen form found in glaciers. Meltwater is known to lubricate their gravelly bases and speed up their march toward the sea. In recent yea

Scientists Discover a Massive Groundwater System in Sediments Below Antarctic Ice

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Beneath a fast-flowing ice stream in West Antarctica, scientists have discovered an vast aquifer brimming with seawater that's likely been locked down there for thousands of years.Massive aquifers may lie under all Antarctic ice streams.

'Giant MRI of Antarctica' reveals 'fossil seawater' under ice sheet | Live Science

Groundwater could be an important influence on how Antarctica reacts to a warmer world.Groundwater could be an important influence on how Antarctica reacts to a warmer world.

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Ice streams in Antarctica carry ice from the continent’s centre to the ocean, and there appears to be a huge amount of water buried beneath one, which may affect its flowIce streams in Antarctica carry ice from the continent’s centre to the ocean, and there appears to be a huge amount of water buried beneath one, which may affect its flow

Antarctica: Vast reservoir of water discovered under the ice | New Scientist

Hidden deep below the ice sheet that covers Antarctica, scientists have discovered a massive amount of water.Hidden deep below the ice sheet that covers Antarctica, scientists have discovered a massive amount of water.

A vast amount of water has been discovered hidden beneath Antarctic ice | News | rockdalenewtoncitizen.com

A VAST, hidden reservoir has been detected deep underneath an Antarctic ice stream for the first time, with experts saying that the discovery will 'transform our understanding of ice-stream behaviour'.A VAST, hidden reservoir has been detected deep underneath an Antarctic ice stream for the first time, with experts saying that the discovery will "transform our understanding of ice-stream behaviour".

Antarctica breakthrough as huge system found hiding beneath ice: 'Transforms understanding | Science | News | Express.co.uk

Liquid water below the ice determines how fast an ice stream flows. As the ice sheet gets thinner, more of that salty groundwater could rise.Liquid water below the ice determines how fast an ice stream flows. As the ice sheet gets thinner, more of that salty groundwater could rise.

Scientists in Antarctica discover a vast, salty groundwater system under the ice sheet – with implications for sea level rise

Scientists in Antarctica discover a vast, salty groundwater system under the ice sheet – with implications for sea level rise

Geophysicists used remote sensing to see reservoirs beneath the surface. That water could speed up the loss of ice as the climate warms.Geophysicists used remote sensing to see reservoirs beneath the surface. That water could speed up the loss of ice as the climate warms.

Huge Groundwater System Discovered Under Antarctica

Confirmation of the groundwater reservoir's existence has implications for rising sea levels.An immense groundwater reservoir that sits beneath the Antarctic Ice Sheet has been mapped for the first time. The reservoir is said to extend downward for

Immense Reservoir Of Fossil Seawater Discovered Under Antarctic Ice Shelf | IFLScience

The reservoir of groundwater (water held underground in the soil or in pores and crevices in rock) lies beneath the Whillans Ice Stream in West Antarctica, experts say.The reservoir of groundwater (water held underground in the soil or in pores and crevices in rock) lies beneath the Whillans Ice Stream in West Antarctica, experts say.

Scientists find groundwater in sediments deep under Antarctic ice | Daily Mail Online