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Antarctica is the last great frontier. Information and facts about Antarctica, the South Pole, the Antarctic Cirle and the established scientific research bases.
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Antarctica as a whole is the coldest continent on the Earth. The continent covers over 14 million sq km making it 1.5 times the size of the USA.
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Ancient Warming Greened Antarctica, Study Finds
Fossils of plant life in Antarctica are difficult to come by because the movement of the massive ice sheets covering the landmass grinds and scrapes away the evidence. "Marine sediment cores are ideal to look for clues of past vegetation, as the fossils ...
Science Daily
Antarctica's green past revealed
A new study from Nasa has found that not only was ancient Antarctica warmer than its current-day existence, but it was also able to sustain vegetation. Published online in Nature Geoscience, research has found that temperatures along the Antarctic coast 15 ...
Your Scene: An icy magic in Antarctica
For the final leg of his six-month backpacking adventure last year, Robert Fawcett took a 12-day trip to Antarctica. Although he had traveled to 11 countries and visited destinations such as Everest Base Camp in Nepal and Angkor Watt in Cambodia ...
Los Angeles Times
Antarctica must go on heritage list - Coalition
THE Coalition has put its weight behind the world heritage listing of Antarctica, giving a fillip to an environmental cause sharply dividing polar experts. The extra layer of world heritage protection was ''absolutely necessary'' to stop mineral ...
The Age
Melting ice in Antarctica threatens Emperor penguins: Study
Washington, Jun 21 (PTI) Rapid sea ice melting in Antarctica threatens the lives of Emperor penguins, and if global temperatures continue to rise, the largest sea birds may eventually disappear, a new study has claimed. Unlike other sea birds, the four ...
MSN India
Carpet of lush flora once ringed icy Antarctica
The few plants that live in Antarctica today are hardy hangers-on, growing just a few weeks out of the year and surviving poor soil, lack of rain and very little sunlight. But long ago, some parts of Antarctica were almost lush. New research ...
Quincy firefighter serves stint in Antarctica
The Quincy Herald-Whig reports that Quincy resident Alan Munger dealt with 80 below zero temperatures during a recent stint as a firefighter and paramedic on Ross Island in Antarctica. The paper reports that Munger took an eight-month unpaid sabbatical ...
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Experts map Antarctica's liveliest regions
Antarctic hotspots From bacteria living inside rocks to lush green moss beds, Antarctica is home to an abundance of biodiversity that needs protecting, say Australian researchers. Approximately 46,000 square kilometres, or 1 per cent, of Antarctica is free ...
ABC Online
The Greening of Antarctica
Summary: A new study reveals that ancient Antarctica was much warmer and wetter than previously expected. A new university-led study with NASA participation finds ancient Antarctica was much warmer and wetter than previously suspected.
Astrobiology Magazine
Antarctic explorer set for Swansea talk
An Antarctic adventurer is giving a talk in Swansea this week. Travel writer John Harrison, who’s visited Antarctica over 40 times in the last 12 years, will be at the Dylan Thomas Centre on Wednesday June 27 from 7.30pm. Swansea Council has arranged the visit.
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