The Norwegian Polar Institute's research station in Antarctica, located at 1.275 m above sea level in Dronning Maud Land attempts to minimize energy consumption by the integration of renewable energy, with focus on solar photovoltaics (PV). The ... Solarserver, 18 hours ago
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EurekAlert! provides embargoed and breaking science news you can't afford to miss. EurekAlert! offers a one-stop science news distribution service you can trust. EurekAlert! is a service of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. ...EurekAlert!, 3 days ago New findings may improve space weather forecasts Financial Express, 1 day ago New data could improve space weather forecasts DNA, 22 hours ago Researchers in the Antarctic Discover New Facets of Space Weather ECN, 18 hours ago
Three recent publications by early career researchers at three different institutions across the country provide the first look into the biogeochemistry, geophysics and geology of subglacial Lake Whillans, which lies 800 meters (2,600 feet) beneath ...Environmental Research Web, 1 week ago What lies beneath West Antarctica Space Daily, 2 weeks ago What Lies Beneath West Antartica? Scientific Computing, 3 weeks ago Field project will track Southern Ocean clouds from a remote island off Antarctica EurekAlert!, 1 month ago
The pristine ocean off Antarctica's coast is being contaminated with raw sewage from research bases and the waste is affecting fish, seals, penguins and other marine creatures, researchers say. Key points: Antarctic researchers call for tougher ...ABC Online, 8 hours ago Researchers muddying Antarctic waters Radio New Zealand, 3 hours ago
The bleak outlook comes from a new study in which researchers claim that the Antarctic ice could shrink by 300km (186 miles) if the climate change continues unabated. The research conducted by Imperial College London, plus institutions in the US, ...Equilibrio Informativo, 5 days ago East Antarctica's biggest glacier melting could raise sea levels by at least 6 feet DNA India, 3 days ago NEW THREAT FROM ANTARCTIC GLACIER COULD RAISE SEA LEVELS BY NEARLY 10 FEET EnvironmentGuru.com, 2 days ago Unabated climate change may lead to sea-level rise by ice loss in Antarctic, shows study Economic Times, 4 days ago
France-sized East Antarctic Totten Glacier melt may kill millions as it can lift ocean levels by 2 metres
Researchers are worried as the rapidly melting Totten Glacier atop East Antarctica may raise ocean levels by two metres. The scientists believe that could be the tipping point of no return. Millions of peopleliving in coastal areas may be wiped out ...International Business Times Australia, 5 days ago Massive Totten Glacier Melting Alarms Scientists: Antarctic Ocean Feared To Raise Sea Levels Counsel & Heal, 3 days ago Sooner-Than-Expected Antarctic Glacier Melt Could Cause Oceans To Rise Six To 13 Feet Inquisitr, 3 days ago A rapidly melting glacier in East Antarctica could soon push the oceans past a tipping point Business Insider, 4 days ago
Flying above the East Antarctic Ice Sheet, researchers say the Totten Glacier has been unstable before, and it may be again soon. Totten Glacier, East Antarctica's largest outlet of ice, is unstable and has contributed significantly to rising sea ...Christian Science Monitor, 4 days ago Evidence of repeated rapid retreat of the East Antarctic ice sheet EurekAlert!, 5 days ago
In a statement released today, the Institute for Cetacean Research (ICR), the body behind the Japanese government's whaling program, announced the return of the Japanese whaling fleet from its Antarctic operations. It is the first time that the ...Maritime Executive, 1 month ago Japanese whaling fleet sets off for northwestern Pacific Japan Times, 1 week ago Japanese fleet returns with quota of 333 whales in Antarctic Equilibrio Informativo, 1 month ago Japan vessels return to port after killing 333 whales China.org.cn, 1 month ago
New research says that within 500 years, Antarctica will have lifted water lines by more than 15 meters (50 feet), reconfiguring Earth's coastlines PHOTO: AFP PARIS: Melting ice from Antarctica could raise oceans by a metre before 2100 at ...The Express Tribune, 1 month ago Sea level rise Oman Observer, 1 month ago Enjoy sea before water starts to rise? MyPaper.sg, 1 month ago Sea levels set to 'rise far more rapidly than expected' World Bulletin, 1 month ago
The Japanese whaling fleet returned today to its home port in Shimonoseki. The Japanese Institute for Cetacean Research confirmed the killing of 333 minke whales: 103 males and 230 females - over 90% of the adult females were pregnant. The ...Whale and Dolphin Conservation Society, 1 month ago Japan-Norway Arctic Science and Technology Week promotes research, industry partnerships Alpha Galileo, 1 month ago Japan kills 333 Antarctic Minke whales for scientific research Bangladesh Daily Star, 1 month ago Japan's Antarctic Whale Hunt Draws Criticism Latin American Herald Tribune, 1 month ago
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