2019 in Antarctica
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- Gaping holes found winter ice packs, which previously had been without explanation is found to most likely be caused by storms and salt with new research.
- Scientists from the University College London and the British Antarctic Survey discover that a snow covered volcano on Mount Michael on Saunders Island in the South Sandwich Islands contains a lake of lava within its crater. It is only the eighth lake of molten rock found on Earth so far.
- A 100 mile long (250 kilometers) iceberg called A-68, which broke off of the Larsen C Ice Shelf on July 12, 2017, has drifted 155 miles (250 kilometers) from the ice shelf during the first two years of it breaking off.
- Pappas, Stephanie (June 11, 2019). "Mysterious, Gaping Holes in Antarctic Ice Explained". Live Science.
- Metcalfe, Tom (July 5, 2019). "Rare Lake of Bubbling Lava Discovered on Remote Antarctic Island". Live Science.
- Specktor, Brandon (July 12, 2019). "The World's Largest Iceberg Is 2 Years Old Today, and Already Drifting Toward Its Doom". Live Science.