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Researchers believe that the heat source is radioactive and hot water in the Earth's crust.
Although Antarctica will not melting away overnight, it could have the effects of significant collapse in combating climate change, according to new measurements from the British Antarctic Survey (BAS).
Researcher, Tom Jordan, said that the melt process we observe will be for thousands or even millions of years, and it does not contribute to it. ; n direct to change the ice sheet.
However, in the future, the extra water on a bed sheet can make this region more sensitive to external factors such as climate change.
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And this was a really exciting project, exploring one of the total regions without inspecting our planet.
Our results were quite unexpected, as many people believed that this part of Antarctica had to make of ancient and cold rocks, which had little effect on the ice sheet above.
We show that underlying geology can have a significant impact on ice even in the ancient continental continents.
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