Deepest point on land found beneath Antarctic ice The deepest point of land on Earth has just been discovered beneath Antarctic ice, under the Denman Glacier by researchers at the University of California. (Image by YouTube, Channel: editorji) DetailsDMCA
Denman Glacier reaches down to more than 3,500m below sea level. Only ocean trenches go deeper.
The deepest point on continental Earth has been identified in East Antarctica, under Denman Glacier.
This ice-filled canyon reaches 3.5km (11,500ft) below sea level. Only in the ocean are the valleys deeper still.
The discovery is illustrated in a new map of the White Continent that reveals the shape of the bedrock under the ice sheet in unprecedented detail.
Its features will be critical to our understanding of how the polar south might change in the future.
For comparison, the lowest exposed land on Earth, at the Dead Sea shore, is just 413m (1,355ft) below sea level.
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