Ross Ice Shelf Research | Continent 7: Antarctica



Explore the Ross Ice Shelf with the Continent 7: Antarctica team. Dangerous crevasses, extreme cold, unknown territory, whatever the challenge these scientists get the job done.
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  1. I was hoping to see the ice melt data! I've heard that if the Ross ice shelf melts then countries which are at sea level would flood!? Is this true or false please?

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