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Distinctive sounds announce iceberg births

The Hans Glacier in Svalbard, Norway in August 2013. New research finds that different types of ice loss from glaciers are associated with distinct rumbles, snaps and splashes. 
Credit: Oskar Glowacki


Underwater sounds can be used to detect different ways glaciers lose ice as they flow into the ocean, giving scientists new insight into these poorly understood events, according to new research.


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