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Thousands Of Strange Yet Beautiful Giant Snowballs Spotted In Northwest Siberia (Video)
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Thousands of Giant Snowballs Suddenly Appear on Siberian Beach

Image: Sergey Bychenkov/Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute Incredible photographs from a beach in Nyda, Siberia, show thousands of naturally formed snowballs spread across an 11 mile stretch of coast. This is now officially the best place in ... Gizmodo, 3 weeks ago
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Science Recorder

Russia: Natural snowballs appear on beaches in rare phenomenon

"It is a rare natural phenomenon", says Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute spokesperson Sergey Lisenkov. They range in different sizes from the size of a tennis ball to basketballs and the flawless snowman's head. It was this sort of ice ...
 Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago Giant snowballs have appeared on the Siberian coasts for a crazy reason  Business Insider2 weeks ago Siberian Beaches Are Covered in Thousands of Natural Snowballs  Popular Mechanics3 weeks ago Strange weather patterns responsible for Siberian giant snowballs  Science Recorder3 weeks ago
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Atmospheric CO2 concentration at Syowa Station in Antarctica exceeds 400 ppm

According to the 57th Japan Antarctic Research Expedition (JARE)/National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR), a daily mean atmospheric CO2 concentration value of 400.06 ppm was observed at Syowa Station, Antarctica, on May 14, 2016. This is the ...
 Terra Daily1 month ago
Mashable

Thinning and retreat of West Antarctic glacier began in 1940s

New research by an international team shows that the present thinning and retreat of Pine Island Glacier in West Antarctica is part of a climatically forced trend that was triggered in the 1940s. The team -- made up of scientists from Lawrence ...
 EurekAlert!1 week ago Large parts of West Antarctic Ice Sheet could collapse 'in our lifetimes'  Mashable6 days ago New study reveals when West Antarctica's largest glacier started retreating  National Science Foundation4 days ago New study reveals that West Antarctica's largest glacier may have started retreating as early as the 1940s  National Science Foundation1 week ago
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A century after their adventure, Antarctic heroes help make discovery

The Sheldon Glacier with Mount Barre in the background, is seen from Ryder Bay near Rothera Research Station, Adelaide Island, Antarctica, in this NASA/British Antarctic Survey handout photo. Sea levels could rise by 2.3 metres for each degree ...
 Siasat Daily1 week ago
BBC

Leading research Professors Tim Naish and Peter Smith have been recognised for their research excellence with James Cook Research Fellowships.

Professor Tim Naish, director of Victoria's Antarctic Research Centre, and Professor Peter Smith from Victoria's School of Mathematics and Statistics, are among a small group of leading New Zealand scientists to receive a fellowship in 2016. ...
 Victoria University of Wellington3 weeks ago Professor dies after snowmobile crevasse plunge in Antarctic  STV.tv1 month ago Tributes to Scottish scientist who died in Antarctica snowmobile accident  BBC1 month ago Tributes to snowmobile accident scientist  BBC1 month ago
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The Nation Pakistan

Researchers use 'comminution dating' to better understand Antarctica's geological and climatic history

Although scientists have been studying Antarctica for many years, most research has focused on the conditions of Antarctica as they currently are. Based on this information, scientists have been able to make predictions on both what caused these ...
 MSN News US2 weeks ago Gutting NASA's Earth Science Division Would Send Research Back to the Dark Ages  Gizmodo1 day ago Scientists scoop awards Victoria researchers have received three of 10 highly sought-after Rutherford Discovery Fellowships in 2016, each worth $800,000.  Victoria University of Wellington3 weeks ago South Africa gateway to Antarctica  SA Dep. of Science & Technology3 weeks ago
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The quest for the oldest ice on Earth

In Antarctica internationally leading ice and climate scientists of 14 institutions from ten European countries are looking for the oldest ice on Earth. Goal is to find the place, where in Antarctica the ice core can be drilled which goes furthest ...
 EurekAlert!2 weeks ago Antarctic: World's oldest ice to reveal ancient climate  International Business Times UK2 weeks ago Quest begins for oldest ice on Earth  PhysOrg.com2 weeks ago

Science on ice: living and workingin Antarctica| Photos, Video

About 550 people, 100 scientists, 86 projects, 23 nationalities, over 190 institutions, two ski planes, four helicopters and a hell of a lot of planning. This is just some of what goes into operating for a single summer research season in one of ...
 Grenfell Record3 weeks ago Science on ice: living and working in Antarctica | Photos, Video  The Northern Times3 weeks ago
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Business Insider Australia

This researcher is spending 3 months sailing around the Antarctic for science

Spending three months inside a metal container on board an icebreaker in the Southern Ocean, filtering water while attempting to ignore freezing temperatures and huge ocean swells outside. It's not everyone's idea of fun … but it's what Ill be ...
 Business Insider Australia1 month ago
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