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Why scientists are listening to these ice shelves in Antarctica sing – 9News.com KUSA


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Why scientists are listening to these ice shelves in Antarctica sing
9News.com KUSA
Antarctica is the closest thing you can come to visiting another planet without leaving the earth,” said Dr. Richard Aster, a geophysicist with Colorado State University. The icy region of the south pole is often called the most desolate place on earth.
Shhh … The Ice in Antarctica Is 'Singing'Live Science
Eerie music from AntarcticaMillennium Post
Antarctica scientists baffled by 'eerie humming' noise coming from UNDER iceDaily Star
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Weird ‘Singing’ Coming From Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf Recorded by Scientists – Newsweek


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Weird 'Singing' Coming From Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf Recorded by Scientists
Newsweek
A weird “singing” sound has been recorded coming from one of Antarctica's vast ice shelves. The “song” was recorded over two years during observations of seismic changes to the Ross Ice Shelf—a slab of ice about the size of Texas. "It's kind of like
Scientists Discover a Weird Noise Coming From Antarctic Ice ShelfGizmodo
Vibrating slab of Antarctic ice sounds like a horror movieMashable
Antarctic ice shelf 'sings' as winds whip across its surfaceScience Daily
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Antarctica storms strand scientists in New Zealand, delay significant work – Newshub


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Antarctica storms strand scientists in New Zealand, delay significant work
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Antarctica New Zealand general manager of operations Simon Trotter said even a two-week delay can be significant. "Although weather delays are beyond our control, we deal with them every year. All we can do is re-schedule and wait for the window of …
Wild weather in Antarctica delays annual journeyRadio New Zealand
Icy delay to AntarcticaScoop.co.nz
Antarctic storms force 'longest delays in decades' for scientistsStuff.co.nz

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Iowa scientists: Build with extreme weather events in mind – Iowa City Press Citizen


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Iowa scientists: Build with extreme weather events in mind
Iowa City Press Citizen
Passe explained that technology such as urban forestry, permeable pavement, shade trees and steeper roof slopes could fortify buildings against more extreme weather conditions. Passe and Jerry Schnoor, co-director of the University of Iowa Center for …

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Scientists travel to Antarctica to raise liver disease awareness – ABC News


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Scientists travel to Antarctica to raise liver disease awareness
ABC News
The liver is known as the body's 'detoxifier' — it's main job is to filter the blood coming from the digestive tract, remove toxins and regulate metabolism. Yet few of us understand the importance of a healthy liver and doctors say that's contributed
Australia's hidden killer epidemicGladstone Observer

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Global warming can make extreme weather worse. Now scientists … – NBCNews.com


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Global warming can make extreme weather worse. Now scientists …
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After years of hesitation, scientists are blaming global warming more forcefully, and quickly, for extreme weather events like heat waves and droughts.
Scientists Can Now Say by How Much Global Warming Worsens Extreme WeatherNECN

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Scientists Finally Solved the Mystery of Antarctica’s Blood Falls – Motherboard


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Scientists Finally Solved the Mystery of Antarctica's Blood Falls
Motherboard
Blood Falls is an aptly named feature in Antarctica. The 100-foot stream of water running down the side of a glacier is a deep, rich, blood red. Though we've known for decades what causes the red color, it took more than 100 years for scientists to

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Scientists figure out how to split water into hydrogen and oxygen in space

Some of the biggest challenges with sending humans to distant planets like Mars comes in being able to get enough fuel, water, and oxygen onto the spacecraft and habitats needed to support humans. Sci…

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A scientist’s response to Antarctic ice loss: ‘We can act.’ – PRI


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A scientist's response to Antarctic ice loss: 'We can act.'
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The team's findings, which were recently published in the journal Nature, show that as much as 200 billion tons of ice are being lost from Antarctica each year — a much larger number than originally thought by the scientific community. In fact, the

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For once, scientists found good news about West Antarctica – Washington Post


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For once, scientists found good news about West Antarctica
Washington Post
Barletta and her colleagues, from several institutions in the United States, Denmark and the Netherlands, collected GPS measurements from rock outcroppings in West Antarctica to measure the fast rise and contend that it will help counteract the ice
Antarctica Is Getting Taller, and Here's WhyLive Science
Antarctica's rapidly rising bedrock could slow down catastrophic melting of ice sheetThe Independent
Rising bedrock below West Antarctica could delay catastrophic ice sheet collapseScience Magazine
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