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Asked in Oceanography, Glaciers
Are there any months when there are no icebergs?
Depends on the latitude. Sufficiently close to the poles there are ALWAYS icebergs. And sufficiently close to the equator there are NEVER icebergs. After that, icebergs or not is always a probability influenced by latitude and season. ...