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A new NASA tool predicts how high seas will rise in your city if specific glaciers melt

a new nasa tool predicts how high seas will rise in your city if specific glaciers melt
· *New research from NASA suggests that melting glaciers in Greenland and Antarctica will affect sea-level rise in coastal cities at different levels.* · *Rio de Janeiro, New York City, and..
Business Insider

Mysterious salt pond in Antarctica could mirror Mars water

mysterious salt pond in antarctica could mirror mars water
A researcher from the University of Washington says that if water is found on Mars, it will look a lot like the water in Antarctica's Don Juan Pond, which is filled with a salty brine.
MailOnline

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News video: Geologists Just Discovered 260-Million Year Old Forests In Antarctica

Geologists Just Discovered 260-Million Year Old Forests In Antarctica 04:10

The University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee paleoecologists spent last summer climbing Antarctica's Transantarctic Mountains. High above the ice fields, they combed the mountain's gray rocks for fossils..
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News video: NASA Releases Images Of Delaware-Sized Iceberg That Broke Off Antarctica

NASA Releases Images Of Delaware-Sized Iceberg That Broke Off Antarctica 01:51

The state of Delaware bills itself as a small wonder, but its size looks anything but small when it's in the form of an iceberg.
Source: WJZ Baltimore -

News video: UW-Milwaukee geologists discover Antarctic fossil forest

UW-Milwaukee geologists discover Antarctic fossil forest 01:28

UW-Milwaukee geologists discover Antarctic fossil forest that predates dinosaurs.
Source: TODAY’S TMJ4 -

News video: NASA released amazing close-up images of the giant new iceberg in Antarctica

NASA released amazing close-up images of the giant new iceberg in Antarctica 00:33

Nasa just sent a mission to Antarctica to collect as much data as possible about the Larsen C Ice Shelf and the A68 Iceberg. The a68 Iceberg was the largest to ever break off of Antarctica. The chunk..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

News video: NASA's Astonishing New Aerial Photos of the Giant New Antarctic Iceberg

NASA's Astonishing New Aerial Photos of the Giant New Antarctic Iceberg 00:53

NASA finally gives us an up close look at the monstrous Larsen C ice shelf that broke off from Antarctica in July.
Source: Veuer -

 

Antarctica was once covered in towering polar forests

antarctica was once covered in towering polar forests
Around 260 million years ago this prehistoric forest stretched across the entirety of Gondwana - the super-continent that spanned the whole of the Southern Hemisphere.
MailOnline

Antarctica melting because of heat deep within the Earth

antarctica melting because of heat deep within the earth
Experts from the British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge have highlighted key areas of the Antarctic Ice Sheet affected by ‘geothermal heat flux’.
MailOnline

Heat from deep within the Earth is warming Antarctica

heat from deep within the earth is warming antarctica
Experts from the British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge have highlighted key areas of the Antarctic Ice Sheet affected by ‘geothermal heat flux’.
MailOnline

Antarctica's warm underbelly revealed

antarctica's warm underbelly revealed
Scientists make the most detailed map yet of the heat rising under the ice sheet from rocks below.
BBC News

100 Women: The ice ceiling holding women back from Antarctic exploration

100 women: the ice ceiling holding women back from antarctic exploration
For decades, there was a ceiling not of glass but of ice, holding women back from doing research in Antarctica.
BBC News

Ice ceiling

ice ceiling
For decades, there was a ceiling not of glass but of ice, holding women back from doing research in Antarctica.
BBC News

Antarctica is being rapidly melted from below, Nasa says, and it thinks it knows what it is

There is a 'mantle plume' hiding, invisible, beneath the surface
Independent

Reading man will be first to walk across Antarctica alone

reading man will be first to walk across antarctica alone
British explorer Ben Saunders, 40, of Reading, Berkshire, is embarking on his greatest challenge yet as he attempts to complete the first solo and unsupported crossing of Antarctica.
MailOnline

'Mantle plume' under Antarctica is heating ice sheet

'mantle plume' under antarctica is heating ice sheet
According to NASA, the underground mantle plume is thought to be driving some of the melting seen beneath the ice, giving rise to lakes and rivers. It formed 50-110 million years ago.
MailOnline

Stunning Nasa images reveal Antarctica's incredible beauty

stunning nasa images reveal antarctica's incredible beauty
The mission is now targeting sea ice in the Bellingshausen and Weddell seas and glaciers in the Antarctic Peninsula and along the English and Bryan Coasts, Nasa said.
MailOnline

Nine-year-old boy with cancer wants cards for his last Christmas

Cards are streaming in from as far afield as Antarctica
Independent

Strong winds are causing Totten glacier to melt

strong winds are causing totten glacier to melt
A study from the University of Texas at Austin has found that East Antarctica’s largest glacier is melting from beneath, as winds transport warm water – and, these winds are expected to intensify.
MailOnline

Wanted: a medical doctor for a cold adventure

wanted: a medical doctor for a cold adventure
Want to help humanity’s exploration of our Solar System? Do you have a medical degree and are not afraid of the dark or the cold? ESA is looking for someone to spend over six months in Antarctica..
ESA

Halloween crack

halloween crack
Arguably scarier than ghosts or goblins: a massive crack in the ice shelf close to the Halley VI research station in Antarctica
ESA


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