Giant Greenland Iceberg — Largest in the Northern Hemisphere — Enters Nares Strait

ScienceDaily (Sep. 3, 2010) — ESA's (European Space Agency) Envisat satellite has been tracking the progression of the giant iceberg that calved from Greenland's Petermann glacier on 4 August 2010. A new animation shows that the iceberg, the largest in the northern hemisphere, is now entering Nares Strait -- a stretch of water that connects the Lincoln Sea and Arctic Ocean with Baffin Bay.
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