The imagery of the disintegration of the Wilkins Ice Shelf on the Antarctic Peninsula is really awesome — check out the video of the massive icebergs floating in formation below — but the implications, of course, are somewhat dire.
The US National Snow and Ice Data Center has the info, including satellite imagery from MODIS. Here is some of this imagery as an overlay. It looks great on top of the high-resolution LIMA base imagery of Antarctica, which alas is now out of date:-(
The KMZ file comprises two overlays, one of them at a higher resolution, both carefully positioned to minimize distortion. Do play with the opacity sliders to see the before-and-after effect.