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Ross Sea - Antarctica

GEOLOGY, GLACIOLOGY AND WILDLIFE. Including the Ross Sea Dependency, the Sub-Antarctic Islands and sea, up to New Zealand from the Pole.. What we call the Antarctic continent is a circular pancake of ice more than 2000 miles across, centred directly over the South Pole and mainly resting on rock. The continental ice sheet as it is called is built up by falling snow, only a very little, about 4 inches a year in the centre but hardly any of it ever melts. Much more seems to fall near the coasts...

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