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 	   The blue underside of a slab of sea ice protrudes up
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The blue underside of a slab of sea ice protrudes up through the surrounding ice.

June 8, 2010
The blue underside of a slab of sea ice protrudes up through the surrounding ice. Shifting annual sea ice, pushing against the permanent Ross Ice Shelf, creates pressure ridges of uplifted ice. (Date of Image: Oct. 16, 2005)


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