I've spent quite a bit of time over the last week or so working on a new resource to accompany the IceFlows Game which was developed by Anne Le Brocq of Exeter University.
Follow the Twitter feed @iceflowsgame to find out more...
The game is available online, and also as an app.
It is taking shape now, and should be completed by the end of the month and available for download.
The game models the processes going on in ice shelves and ice sheets, and there are plenty of associated resources that will form part of the pack, to help explore the implications of them melting away. With Larsen C close to breaking off to form a huge iceberg, this is an area that is likely to make the news in the coming days....
Why not take a look at the game in the next few weeks as an end of term activity
Larsen C finally calved a huge iceberg yesterday, just as I was finishing the first draft of the resource pack.
There is a tool to measure just how big it actually is by comparing it to a map. Made by Christopher Möller, and can be viewed here.
Here's the iceberg with Norfolk and Suffolk for scale - that's a big chunk of ice...