Christian Science Monitor - Nov 5A 300-square-mile portion of the Pine Island Glacier is expected to break off in the next few months, creating a massive Antarctic iceberg. The glacier is contributing to sea-level rise. Details here.
A close-up view of the crack spreading across the ice shelf of Pine Island
Glacier captured by the Digital Mapping System (DMS) aboard NASA's DC-8
October 26, 2011. REUTERS/NASA/DMS/Handout