The highest waterfall in the world is normally Angel Falls in Venezuela. But for a brief period on July 7 2018 its 3,210ft (979m) drop may well have been exceeded somewhere rather chillier, when a fissure in a kilometre-thick glacier in Greenland emptied a lake in a few hours. And when it did so a group of Cambridge scientists happened to be there to witness it and try to work out what such events said about climate change.
Times 3rd Dec 2019 read more »
ONE of the world’s largest ice sheets is becoming unstable due to fractures from underwater.
The National 3rd Dec 2019 read more »