A COLD CASE – Science Magazine

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Oct 082017
 

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A COLD CASE
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The second complainant, Deborah Doe (a pseudonym), who was in Antarctica for two austral summers during this era, reports that Marchant called her a “c–t” and a “bitch” repeatedly. She alleges that he promised to block her access to research funding …

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Disturbing allegations of sexual harassment in Antarctica leveled at … – Science Magazine

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Oct 072017
 

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Disturbing allegations of sexual harassment in Antarctica leveled at …
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In 1999 at Pivot Peak in Antarctica, Jane Willenbring (right) was the only woman on a four-person team including David Marchant (center) and his brother (left).

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Massive Antarctic volcanic eruptions linked to abrupt Southern hemisphere climate changes – Science Daily

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Sep 072017
 

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Massive Antarctic volcanic eruptions linked to abrupt Southern hemisphere climate changes
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"We postulate that these halogen-rich eruptions created a stratospheric ozone hole over Antarctica that, analogous to the modern ozone hole, led to large-scale changes in atmospheric circulation and hydroclimate throughout the Southern Hemisphere," he …
What if Antarctica's dormant, ice-covered volcanoes wake up?Spatial Source
"Perfect storm" blamed for record-low 2016 Antarctic sea iceXinhua
Steep climate change causes Antarctic volcanic eruptionsThe TeCake
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How deep water surfaces around Antarctica | Science News – Science News Magazine

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Sep 022017
 

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How deep water surfaces around Antarctica | Science News
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MELT OFF Off the coast of the western Antarctic Peninsula (shown), upwelling of relatively warm, deep water has been linked to the melting of ice shelves, which …

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How deep water surfaces around Antarctica
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That water is relatively warm and salty compared with other water in the ocean, so researchers could map its path upward and around Antarctica. Then, using simulations, researchers tracked virtual particles traveling in such deep water as it upwells

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Antarctica Is Getting Greener – Science Friday

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Jul 072017
 

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Antarctica Is Getting Greener
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Hodgson is a frequent visitor to Antarctica, especially the Antarctic Peninsula and the surrounding islands. The Antarctic Peninsula is that thin piece of land that snakes north from the icy continent toward the southernmost point of South America and
Ice-Free Antarctica cause Threat to the Survival of BiodiversityPostObserver

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Working together to reduce infection in extreme weather events – Science Daily

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Jul 062017
 

Working together to reduce infection in extreme weather events
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Dr Lal said more collaboration could help reduce the number of cases of human parasitic infection (cryptosporidiosis) primarily spread through water in extreme weather events or due to gradual climate change. The Indian Ocean Dipole, a key climate

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Melting and cracking – is Antarctica falling apart? | Science | The … – The Guardian

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Jun 242017
 

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Melting and cracking – is Antarctica falling apart? | Science | The …
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Although fracturing and surface melting on the Larsen C ice shelf might sound like indicators of climate change, these processes are natural.
Giant iceberg set to crack off Antarctica – EchonetdailyEchonetdaily
The Uncertain Future of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet – EosEos

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A Texas-size chunk of Antarctica partially melted last year – Popular Science

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Jun 162017
 

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A Texas-size chunk of Antarctica partially melted last year
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During the El Niño climate pattern, the Pacific Ocean's surface heats up around the equator, and currents carry the warmer than average temperatures to Canada, the U.S., and Antarctica. In this case, El Niño brought rainfall to West Antarctica, which
A Texas-Sized Area of Antarctica Turned to Slush Last YearMotherboard
Scientists report large-scale surface melting event in Antarctica during 2015-16 El NiñoYubaNet
Warm Waters in West Antarctica – EosEos
Inhabitat –Hamilton Spectator –RedOrbit
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Snowball ‘Tumbleweeds’ Blow Across Antarctica – Live Science

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Jun 052017
 

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Snowball 'Tumbleweeds' Blow Across Antarctica
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Tumbleweeds may be iconic symbols of the American West, but regions around the world have their own versions of the wind-blown plants — even Antarctica. Antarctica's "tumbleweeds" look more like snowballs, but like their western namesake, they are …

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