I've been watching iceberg A38a just about every day, and if you haven't been following along, the berg hit the shallows south of South Georgia Island and -- rather than wreaking ecological havoc -- capitulated to the power of the benthos and broke. Since then, it has broken more, and drifted well south of the island, so the imminent dangers to seals and penguins appears to have diverted.
Here's a review of the highlights.
Nearing closest approach on December 15.
Busted on December 18.
Bad breakup on December 23.
The fragmented flock on December 29.