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Antarctica, the coldest, most desolate region of the planet.
The polar nights and days stretch out into months of unbroken darkness and light. Seventy percent of the Earth's fresh water and 90% of her ice is stored there.
This STM model with full color, hi-resolution satellite imagery shows in breathtaking detail the fifteen mile wide, one hundred mile long Byrd Glacier as it cuts through the Trans-Antarctic Mountains into the Ross Ice Shelf, speeding as a river of ice at a rate of one half mile per year. Solid Terrain Models tell the whole story like nothing else, giving an immediate grasp of the area in a way that can be seen, touched and experienced directly.
Byrd Glacier 48” x 96” scale: 1” = 2800 meters client - National Geographic Society
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