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Dixie Dansercoer & Sam Deltour. Expedition members Dixie Dansercoer and Sam Deltour appear on the surface as polar opposites. They represent two generations with ...
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Antarctic Ice Expedition — Daily update
Dixie Dansercoer and Cicerone Publishers are proud to announce the release of Dixie's first practical field guide for those passionate about polar adventure travel: ...
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Earlier work by the international ANDRILL program discovered recurring intervals when the West Antarctic Ice Sheet melted. The current study shows that some of these ...
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The other astounding thing is that we were able to determine that during many times when the West Antarctic ice sheet disappeared, we see a corresponding warm ...
Is Antarctica losing or gaining ice?
However there are longer term measures of Antarctic ice mass loss from altimetry that are consistent with a nett mass loss in Antarctica (which is still pretty small in ...
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Vast expanses of Antarctic ice may have hung on for the past 200,000 years, surviving the last interglacial
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A project to map the Weddell Sea area of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet from the air has revealed that this largely unexplored region is potentially on the threshold of ...

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Airmen Lost in Antarctic Ice May Be Recovered
A team of explorers are hoping drill 100 feet beneath the Antarctic ice to bring back the bodies of three American fliers who died on a remote island off Antarctica 65 years ago. The group wants logistical help from U.S. military officials, who say the ...
Antarctic ice shelves not melting at all, new field data show
Twenty-year-old models which have suggested serious ice loss in the eastern Antarctic have been compared with reality for the first time - and found to be wrong, so much so that it now appears that no ice is being lost at all. "Previous ocean models ..
The Register
Rising Tides Of Terror: Will Melting Glaciers Flood Al Gore's Coastal Home?
As global temperatures rise, they may cause the massive West Antarctic Ice Sheet to slip more rapidly. Then we’ll be facing a sea-level rise not of one to three feet in a century, but of 10 or 20 feet in a much shorter time. The Supreme Court ...
Northeastern U.S. Coast Is 'Hotspot' for Sea-Level Rise
Warmth also causes water to take up more space, a phenomenon called thermal expansion. [ Stunning Photos of Antarctic Ice ] But the effects don't play out evenly everywhere for a number of reasons. For instance, melting ice can cause land to rebound as ...
Shocking Interglacial Shift to Hot Arctic Tied to Rapid Antarctic Ice Melt
Cruisin' through the orange aisles, catching up on stuff I missed during Netroots Nation, once again I'm reminded why I'm blown away by this community — and I invite you all to use the comments to ...
Siberian meteor crater records nearly 3 million years of climate history
Also, the researchers note that disintegration of the West Antarctic ice sheet occurred at the same time as the “super” interglacials suggesting that the warming events were global. The paper abstract says: “Climate simulations show these ...
Tucson Citizen
Fimbul Ice Shelf Melting Research Aided By Elephant Seals
An enormous Antarctic ice shelf is melting slower than scientists previously thought, and they wouldn't have been able to figure out the real rate of melting without the help of elephant seals. The Fimbul Ice Shelf, located along eastern ...
Huffington Post
Rising sea levels: Is global warming making the US East Coast a 'hot spot?'
West Coast sea levels: New report estimates greater rise by 2100 Greenland's glaciers melting faster, say scientists Antarctic ice melting from below, reveals satellite (+video) The results imply that New York City could see at least an extra 20- to 29 ...
The Christian Science Monitor
NASA’s Antarctic Study Casts Doubt on Global Warming
By drilling into the crust beneath Antarctic ice sheets, the scientists were able to analyze waxed leaf fossils, suggesting that the climate allowed for vegetation. Past experiments have reached difficulties using this technique, as shifting ice sheets ...
Arctic Regions Much More Vulnerable to Change Than Thought: Scientists
Earlier work by the international ANDRILL program discovered recurring intervals when the West Antarctic Ice Sheet melted. The current study showed that some of these events match remarkably well with the super interglacials in the Arctic.
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