‘Mysterious’ marine life lies beneath breakaway Larsen C iceberg in … – Sky News

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Oct 102017
 

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'Mysterious' marine life lies beneath breakaway Larsen C iceberg in …
Sky News
The release of the trillion-ton iceberg means researchers can explore an ecosystem which has been hidden for up to 120000 years.
Scientists hope damage to Larsen C ice shelf will reveal ecosystemsThe Guardian
Scientists to probe ecosystem of undersea lost world hidden for 120000 yearsNew Atlas
Antarctic's Larsen C Ice Shelf Uncovers The Hidden Ecosystem Which Was Unknown For 120000 YearsIncredible News 24

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Coal Won’t Bring Appalachia Back To Life, But Tech & Government Jobs Could

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Oct 092017
 

Rather than dangle an unlikely return to former glories in front of the residents of these mountains, let’s be realistic and do everything we can to start a new chapter.

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Scientists Are Closing in on Warm Caves Under Antarctica Which Could Support Secret Life – Futurism

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Sep 152017
 

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Scientists Are Closing in on Warm Caves Under Antarctica Which Could Support Secret Life
Futurism
Australian scientists investigating ice caves under Antarctica's glaciers say they are so warm they could support animals and plants. Around Mount Erebus, an active volcano on Ross Island in Antarctica, steam has hollowed out extensive cave systems.

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Volcanic ice caves on Antarctica may host complex life – Ars Technica

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Sep 112017
 

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Volcanic ice caves on Antarctica may host complex life
Ars Technica
Antarctica is a relentlessly icy place, with estimates placing the amount of exposed land on the continent at less than one percent of its total surface. During glacial periods, the ice even expanded further—to the point where the edges of the
Scientists Find Evidence For Life In Warm Steamy Caves Beneath Antarctica's IceForbes
Antarctica's warm caves may be home to a 'secret world' of unknown species, experts sayDaily Mail
Is there life beneath the ice? Antarctica's mysterious cavesNew Zealand Herald
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Is there life beneath the ice? Antarctica’s mysterious caves – NZ Herald – New Zealand Herald

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Sep 102017
 

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Is there life beneath the ice? Antarctica's mysterious caves – NZ Herald
New Zealand Herald
Inside an ice cave on the Erebus Glacier tongue, Ross Island, Antarctica, near Scott Base. Photo / Joel Bensing. Jamie Morton. By: Jamie Morton. Science …
Researchers find warm oasis beneath Antarctica's frozen wastelandZME Science
Totally shocking discovery in Antarctica has scientists very excitedBABW News
Scientists shocked by discovery underneath Antarctica iceMorning Ticker
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Is there life beneath the ice? Antarctica’s mysterious caves – New Zealand Herald

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Sep 092017
 

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Is there life beneath the ice? Antarctica's mysterious caves
New Zealand Herald
Now, a team of scientists has revealed evidence that animals and plants might exist in these extensive cave systems that have been hollowed out around Mt Erebus on Antarctica's Ross Island, the home of New Zealand's Scott Base. Forensic analyses of
Totally shocking discovery in Antarctica has scientists very excitedBABW News
Researchers find secret, warm oasis beneath Antarctica's ice that could be home to undiscovered speciesNational Post
Newly Discovered Caves in Antarctica Could House Unknown LifeU.S. News & World Report
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Islands are evolutionary cradle for Antarctica marine life – Yale News

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Jul 252017
 

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Islands are evolutionary cradle for Antarctica marine life
Yale News
The largely barren islands reaching north from Antarctica are actually the birthplace of many modern species of marine life — and perhaps will be the first places to be impacted by invading species in the wake of climate change, according to a study

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Harvard Researchers Report Long Life Breakthrough For Flow Batteries

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Jun 132017
 

January New Energy Capacity All Renewable in US

January New Energy Capacity All Renewable in USResearchers at Harvard have created a flow battery that is non-toxic, non-corrosive, and has an extremely long life. Could this be the breakthrough the world has been waiting for?

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Review: In ‘Antarctica: Ice and Sky,’ a Scientist’s Life Work – The New … – New York Times

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Jan 202017
 

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Review: In 'Antarctica: Ice and Sky,' a Scientist's Life Work – The New …
New York Times
After more than 60 years exploring the bottom of the world, Claude Lorius is a student of snow, a decoder of ice and a voice on climate change.
'Antarctica: Ice and Sky': More like 'March of the Glaciologist' – LA …Los Angeles Times

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3 Life Lessons Learned in Antarctica – Huffington Post

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Dec 202016
 

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3 Life Lessons Learned in Antarctica
Huffington Post
Traveling to Antarctica captures part of your soul and drops you in a majestic, serene, unlivable and harsh world where you are disconnected from everything. I recently spent 10 days on a cruise to Antarctica, facing harsh weather in a completely

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