Explain why some of the icebergs are starting to melt in Antarctica?


Icebergs are large chunks of ice that have been created due to water freezing as the average temperature in Antarctica is generally very low and  below the melting point of water for a large percentage of the year.

The reason behind the melting of icebergs in Antarctica is basically the global rise in temperature primarily due to an increase in the production of greenhouse gases that increase temperature by preventing a small amount of solar radiation falling on the Earth from being radiated to outer space.

Just as ice taken out of the refrigerator and kept in a warm location slowly melts to form water, icebergs are slowly melting due to global warming.

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