Petermann Glacier, satellite image

Petermann Glacier, satellite image

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Caption: Petermann Glacier. Satellite image of the Petermann Glacier (ice flow from seen from lower centre towards lower right), Greenland. This is the largest floating ice shelf in the Northern Hemisphere. At left is Ellesmere Island, Canada, separated from Greenland by the Nares Strait (dark blue). Image obtained by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA's Terra satellite on 28th July 2010.

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Keywords: 21st century, 28 july 2010, arctic, before, canada, canadian, climate change, earth observation, ellesmere island, fjord, floating, from space, geographical, geography, glacier, glaciology, global warming, greenland, ice, ice flow, ice shelf, ice tongue, moderate resolution imaging spectroradiometer, modis, nares strait, petermann glacier, satellite, satellite image, terra

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