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Ozone depletion increases Antarctic snowfall, partially mitigates ice sheet loss

Ozone layer depletion has increased snowfall over Antarctica in recent decades, partially mitigating the ongoing loss of the continent's ice sheet mass, new research finds.
Credit: Science Daily - Published

Sex In Antarctica: When Things Heat Up For Iced-In Researchers

Worldcrunch.com / CLARIN *MARAMBIO BASE* *—* The Hercules plane expected to arrive at this Argentine-run base in the Antarctic will bring clothes, food, medicines, vehicle parts and .....
Credit: Worldcrunch - Published

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PENGUIN FILES HOME by Lita Judge [Video]PENGUIN FILES HOME by Lita Judge  00:46

Penguin mastered his quest to soar with the eagles in FLIGHT TO SCHOOL—now he’s heading home to teach his friends in this sweet and inspiring stand-alone companion story! Penguin loves everything..

Credit: Simon&Schuster - Published

This Cruise Line Is Going To Use Dead Fish As Fuel [Video]This Cruise Line Is Going To Use Dead Fish As Fuel  00:52

A Norwegian cruise line is on its way to being carbon neutral by powering ships with rotten fish.

Credit: AmazeLab - Published

A Piece of Ice The Size of Rhode Island is Missing From The South Pole And This is to Blame [Video]A Piece of Ice The Size of Rhode Island is Missing From The South Pole And This is to Blame  00:55

Scientists think that a hot spot powered by radioactive rocks is the cause for a piece of ice larger than Rhode Island disappearing from the South Pole.

Credit: AmazeLab - Published

Two men attempt to cross Antarctica solo [Video]Two men attempt to cross Antarctica solo  00:52

Two explorers began their expedition earlier this month to try to cross Antarctica on their own, without any support.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me - Published

Your City Might End Up Underwater Even if Paris Agreement Goals Are Met [Video]Your City Might End Up Underwater Even if Paris Agreement Goals Are Met  01:17

A new study has found that even if the goals set forth by the Paris Agreement are met, sea levels could still rise by 13 feet. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

Credit: Buzz60 - Published

Long-Lost Continents Discovered Under Antarctica’s Ice [Video]Long-Lost Continents Discovered Under Antarctica’s Ice  01:03

An ESA satellite's data shows Antarctica was once linked to India and Australia before supercontinent Gondwana separated 200 million years ago.

Credit: AmazeLab - Published

 

Australia's orange icebreaker sails to icy symphony

A composer will spend four weeks recording Antarctic wildlife for a symphony about Australia's icebreaker Aurora Australis.
Credit: SBS - Published

Antarctic symphony for Aust icebreaker

A composer will spend four weeks recording Antarctic wildlife for a symphony about Australia's icebreaker Aurora Australis.
Credit: SBS - Published

Botanic Gardens chief plucked to lead Australian Antarctic Division

The Morrison government has picked Kim Ellis, an army veteran and the chief of Sydney's Royal Botanic Garden, to lead the Australian Antarctic Division as it enters "an exciting new era of research".
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Nanoscience advocate broadcast first TV in Australia

Hooke followed in the footsteps of his father, Sir Lionel, who joined Sir Ernest Shackleton’s voyage to the Antarctic in 1914 as the wireless operator on the Aurora.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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