1. Dr. Berry have you seen anyone attempt to monitor the ground temperature under the most rapidly melting glaziers? As most glaziers occur in mountainous regions that have been formed by volcanic action can the ground be getting hotter because of the high pressure of the ice and volcanic action?
    Another issue that has come to my attention is that at least one and maybe more under water volcanoes have be discovered below the ice shelves in Antarctic. As we witness the rapid growth of sea ice in January in Antarctic capturing at least two ships at the same time a friend who visited Antarctic in January reported that part of the Ice shelf was gone from a historical ice covered area. I'll try to find out if the missing ice is where the underwater volcano is located. This same person mentioned that creel was dying off – could be from chemical contamination from the volcano.

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