Ted Scambos

University of Colorado

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Glaciologist and lead scientist at the at the National Snow and Ice Data Center at the University of Colorado

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Yesterday, an iceberg twice the size of Manhattan broke off from Petermann Glacier, one of Greenland's largest and just the latest in a process scientists attribute to global warming.

Giant Chunk of Ice Breaks off Greenland Glacier

Yesterday, an iceberg twice the size of Manhattan broke off from Petermann Glacier, one of Greenland's largest and just the latest in a process scientists attribute to global warming.

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