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Scientists Have Discovered Vast Systems of Flowing Water in Antarctica -- and That Worries Them | The Washington Post
The surface of the remote Antarctic ice sheet may be a far more dynamic place than scientists imagined, new research suggests. Decades of satellite imagery and aerial photography have revealed an extensive network of lakes and rivers transporting liquid meltwater across the continent's ice shelves. Knut Christianson, a glaciologist at the University of Washington who was not involved in the research, is quoted.
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