United Kingdom  

Learning how to make an igloo in the Antarctic

BBC News Saturday, 4 April 2020
The BBC's Justin Rowlatt learnt to make an igloo while visiting Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier.
0
shares
ShareTweetSavePostSend
 

💡 One News Page Knowledge: Other News Mentions

Antarctic Antarctic Polar region around the Earth's South Pole

Unusual neutrino signals caught in the Antarctic, explained [Video]

Unusual neutrino signals caught in the Antarctic, explained

A team of scientists discovered unusual signals caused by high-energy neutrinos. Their cause is unknown.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me    Duration: 01:04Published

Antarctica Antarctica Continent

Fossilised egg could be linked to ancient marine peptile [Video]

Fossilised egg could be linked to ancient marine peptile

New research published in the journal Nature suggests a 68-million-year-old fossil egg may have belonged to an ancient marine reptile called a mosasaur.

Credit: Reuters - 3D Animations (Next Me    Duration: 01:06Published
Why Antarctica's Coast Is Developing Even More Green Algae [Video]

Why Antarctica's Coast Is Developing Even More Green Algae

Every summer, algal blooms blanket parts of the Antarctica Peninsula's coast. Now, researchers say those blooms are likely to expand as climate change continues and Earth becomes progressively warmer. According to HuffPost, British scientists have put together the first large-scale map of green algae across the area. Green snow algae is found where summer temperatures are above freezing, but still cold enough for there to be snow.

Credit: Wochit News    Duration: 00:35Published
Climate change turns Antarctica’s snow green [Video]

Climate change turns Antarctica’s snow green

Warming temperatures due to climate change are helping the formation and spread of “green snow” visible from space, according to new research led by Dr Matt Davey from Cambridge University. Rosanna Philpott reports.

Credit: Reuters Studio    Duration: 02:02Published

You Might Like


Tweets about this