1. Sea ice can control Antarctic ice sheet stability, new research finds  Phys.org
  2. Parts of Antarctica gained ice in last 20 years after two decades of significant loss, study suggests  Sky News
  3. Antarctic ice shelves grew over last 20 years  RTE.ie
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Despite the rapid melting of ice in many parts of Antarctica during the second half of the 20th century, researchers have found that the floating ice shelves which skirt the eastern Antarctic Peninsula ...

Sea ice can control Antarctic ice sheet stability, new research finds

In the 1980s and 1990s, ice on the eastern Antarctic Peninsula was in retreat. A shift in wind patterns appears to have disrupted that trend.In the 1980s and 1990s, ice on the eastern Antarctic Peninsula was in retreat. A shift in wind patterns appears to have disrupted that trend.

Parts of Antarctica gained ice in last 20 years after two decades of significant loss, study suggests | Climate News | Sky News

Researchers say their findings ‘highlight the complexity and often-overlooked importance of sea ice’ to the health of ice shelves.Researchers say their findings ‘highlight the complexity and often-overlooked importance of sea ice’ to the health of ice shelves.

Some Antarctic ice shelves grew in area over the last 20 years – study | Winsford Guardian