Jan Slominski

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As part of a natural cycle, ice shelves periodically calve icebergs. In March 2000, Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf released a colossal berg, assigned as B-15. The B-15 was the world's largest recorded iceberg with the area of over 11,000 km 2. B-15 started to break into smaller pieces in 2002 and 2003. One of the pieces from the " B-15 family " (more precisely(More)
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