By: Gregory Stone
75 pages, Col & b/w photos
In March 2000, 4500 square miles of ice broke free from the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica and the world's largest iceberg, the size of Jamaica, was born. Marine biologist Greg Stone and photographer Wes Skiles assembled a team of scientists, explorers, sailors and a helicopter pilot to find and study this phenomenon.
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