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Extreme Weather from the Stratosphere: Interview with ETH Climate Researcher Daniela Domeisen – CleanTechnica

Extreme Weather from the Stratosphere: Interview with ETH Climate Researcher Daniela Domeisen  CleanTechnica

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Russian Researcher Charged With Attempted Murder In Antarctica – Smithsonian


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Russian Researcher Charged With Attempted Murder In Antarctica
Smithsonian
A researcher at Russia's Bellinghausen Station on King George Island in Antarctica attacked a colleague earlier this month and has now been charged with attempted murder, according to The Guardian. The attacker was Sergey Savitsky and the victim is
A Researcher in Antarctica Has Been Arrested For Stabbing a Colleague, Reports SayScienceAlert
An Attempted Murder at a Research Station Shows How Crimes Are Prosecuted in AntarcticaMotherboard
Russian researcher stabs colleague in Antarctica: reportDaily Press

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Ontario researcher joins annual NASA-funded Antarctica meteorite search – Times Colonist


Times Colonist

Ontario researcher joins annual NASA-funded Antarctica meteorite search
Times Colonist
Canadian physicist Scott VanBommel is shown in this undated handout image. Bommel is heading to Antarctica on a NASA-funded expedition to collect meteorites in what experts say is one of the best environments for finding space debris. THE CANADIAN …

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There are 12 million penguins in Antarctica. This researcher says that’s not nearly enough. – USA TODAY


USA TODAY

There are 12 million penguins in Antarctica. This researcher says that's not nearly enough.
USA TODAY
If you've ever wondered how many penguins there are in Antarctica, now we know: There are 12 million of the famed flightless waddling birds down there. In the most comprehensive survey of Antarctic penguins ever, researchers have for the first time …
Happy World Penguin DayEarthSky
More Antarctic protections urged on World Penguin DayCTV News
It's World Penguin Day!WWF-UK
National Geographic
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USU researcher talks about Antarctica expedition – The Herald Journal


The Herald Journal

USU researcher talks about Antarctica expedition
The Herald Journal
Even with a fear of deep water, Melissa Haeffner boarded a boat in Argentina with 75 of her peers as they made their way to Antarctica in early December. The postdoctoral research scientist at Utah State University was one of 76 women scientists from …

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USU researcher gears up for all-female Antarctica expedition – KSL.com


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USU researcher gears up for all-female Antarctica expedition
KSL.com
SALT LAKE CITY — At this time next year, Melissa Haeffner hopes to be scaling the terrain of the coldest continent on Earth as a participant in Homeward Bound's first all-female voyage to Antarctica. But even now, Haeffner said her journey is unfolding.

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USU researcher gears up for all-female Antarctica expedition – Deseret News


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USU researcher gears up for all-female Antarctica expedition
Deseret News
SALT LAKE CITY — At this time next year, Melissa Haeffner hopes to be scaling the terrain of the coldest continent on Earth as a participant in Homeward Bound's first all-female voyage to Antarctica. But even now, Haeffner said her journey is unfolding.

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Researcher: Extent of BP oil spill’s damage to sea-floor life “astounding” – CBS News


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Researcher: Extent of BP oil spill's damage to sea-floor life "astounding"
CBS News
NEW ORLEANS The vast 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill damaged the tiny animals that live on the sea floor for about 57 square miles around the blown-out BP oil well, with severe damage in about nine square miles of that area, says a researcher from Texas 
Gulf Oil Spill Recovery Could Take Decades For Deep-Sea Ecosystem, Study Huffington Post
Ecosystem Recovery from Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Will Take DecadesNature World News
BP asks court to halt payments from Gulf oil spill settlementReuters
CBS Local –Center for Research on Globalization –Inside Science News Service
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Closing ozone hole may heat up Antarctica – researcher – New Zealand Herald


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Closing ozone hole may heat up Antarctica – researcher
New Zealand Herald
The ozone hole over New Zealand is closing, but it may warm up Antarctica which could then affect the West Coast and Canterbury Plains, a university researcher says. Dr Adrian McDonald, from Canterbury University's Physics and Astronomy department, 
Ozone hole closing but a slow processScoop.co.nz (press release)
Earth's ozone layer recovering, but effect on climate change unknown: New Xinhua

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Researcher defends work linking Arctic warming and extreme weather – Washington Post

Researcher defends work linking Arctic warming and extreme weather
Washington Post
On Monday, I wrote about a study that pushed back against a theory that a warming Arctic and melting ice are leading to a more volatile jet stream and an increase in extreme weather in the U.S. and elsewhere. Jennifer Francis, an atmospheric scientist
Arctic Warming May Not Be Altering Jet Stream: StudyClimate Central

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