Enormous 4 mile long iceberg filmed breaking from Greenland glacier

Dramatic Video Captures Moment Towering Iceberg Splits from Greenland Glacier

Scientists took video of the formation of a six kilometre-long iceberg that broke away from Greenland glacier HELHEIM.

According to the latest predictions, if the Western Antarctic Ice Sheet collapsed it could cause global sea levels to rise by ten feet, overwhelming coastal cities around the world like NY and Abu Dhabi.

Also, these effects include a side effect that only supports the continuous melting of more glaciers, the warming water effect that generates more and more icebergs that eventually melt away in the ocean, making sea levels rise nonstop. - "Catching as it unfolds, we can see its value".

"Global sea level rise is undeniable and consistent".

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That said, a recent video released by a team of scientists from New York University (NYU) shot on 22 June has shone an undeniably bright spotlight on the visual reality of climate change, showing a 6.5km glacier in eastern Greenland snap, break and release a giant chunk of ice. The camera angle then shifts to show movement further down the fjord, where one tabular iceberg crashes into a second, causing the first to split into two and flip over.

According to the study conducted by researchers from 17 countries and published by Geoscience, there could be a 20-foot rise in sea level, leading to mass flooding.

The research team is now studying the forces behind sea-level rise-a development that has concerned scientists in recent decades because it points to the possibility of global disruptions due to climate change-under a grant from the National Science Foundation. Documenting an event such as this in its entirely can pave the way for more precise simulations, experts say, and help us determine how large icebergs may affect future sea levels. Hopefully, it will help researchers further understand the causes of sea-level rise around the world. The calving event, captured in stunning footage by a team of researchers on site, spurred several other tall icebergs to separate as well, with some even flipping over entirely.

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