After a century, scientists might have found the explanation behind green icebergs that have been sighted in Antarctica. They claim that iron oxide, a mineral found in soil and rocks, is responsible for the unusual emerald green tint.
Earth/Environment March 5, 2019
Iceberg collisions due to the rising sea temperatures in Antarctica are leading to biodiversity loss, as one species, Fenestrulina rugula, thrives.
Earth/Environment June 18, 2014