Test drilling in underground lake of Antarctic.

Test drilling in underground lake of Antarctic.

Hima : Uganda | Sep 16, 2012 at 2:20 AM PDT
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Test drilling

Climate change will result in the increase level of water so fast. To check it a British team at the end of this year, they will do test drilling in underground lake of Antarctic. Lake Ellsworth is three kilometer long strip under the lake ice and sea level is located at a depth of several hundred meters. Scientists think that in the samples recovered from the bottom of the lake may contain remnants or its old shells. With this it will be determined that when was the last time broken the ice layer.

According to experts that in the Western parts of the Antarctic the covering layer of lake contains the much ice that as a result of collapse of this layer may increase the bottom surface of sea water in whole world increase from three meters to five meters. If that happens then from Bangladesh to Florida and Buenos Aries to Shanghai since this fortune will endangered the survival of many areas.

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Test drilling in underground lake of Antarctic.
Test drilling in underground lake of Antarctic
majajankhatoon is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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