/ 2017 / Press / Nature/Environmental
The Hans Hansson, a 27-meter Antarctic expedition ship, approaches a
small piece of iceberg B15 off the coast of South Georgia Island.
Originally over 11,000 square kilometers and one of the largest icebergs
ever recorded, berg B15 calved off the Ross Iceshelf in 2000 and has
been melting ever since. Our captain estimated this berg to tower more
than 100 meters above the ocean surface, but as much as 90% of an
iceberg's volume can be below!
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