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Researchers believe that the heat source is radioactive and that it is hot water inside the crust.
While it does not emit in the Antarctic at night, it may be a significant impact on climate change, depending on the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) measurements.
Researcher Tom Jordan has said that "the process of melting the observation has probably been for thousands or millions of years and is not directly affecting ice changes.
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This really exciting project was exploring a completely surveyed region of our recent planet.
Our results were quite unexpected, many people thought that the ancient Antarctic Region was rooted in antique and cold rocks and had an impact on the ice surface.
"We also show in the interior of the ancient continent that underlying geology can have an impact on ice.
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