The tabular iceberg recently broke from the Larsen C ice shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula.
Researchers uncovered the sound accidentally while studying seismic data on the Ross Ice Shelf.
A new study suggests that sea-level rise could happen faster than predicted.
Say your goodbyes to the Larsen B ice shelf.
For the past decade, scientists have debated whether a massive Antarctic ice shelf is thinning from warmer air above or warmer oceans below.