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US government Antarctic Sun news feed

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Station Updates: March 15, 2019
Occasional updates on the events and operations at McMurdo, South Pole and Palmer stations.

Fri, 15 Mar 2019 14:47:13 GMT

Take a walk on the lighter side of life in the Antarctic with the latest wit and wisdom from USAP participants on the Ice.

Thu, 11 Dec 2014 12:55:14 GMT

Vessels Update: Friday, November 9, 2012
The latest news aboard the USAP research vessels.

Fri, 09 Nov 2012 10:00:00 GMT

Cold Hard Facts
There's more to know about Antarctica than it being the coldest, windiest, highest and harshest continent on Earth.

Mon, 11 May 2009 10:00:00 GMT
Antarctica. SJ Dodgson. MJoTA 2013 v7n2 p1213

Antarctica is cold, colder than South Jersey, colder than Manhattan, colder than the Russian Front that did in Napoleon and Hitler. It is also dry as a desert and almost nothing grows there.

It is also the continent of miracles. Twice as big as Australia, 
the only continent where the international community has agreed to behave itself. Not carve it up, not mine it. How I wish this had been the policy in the continent of Africa.

News feed from National Snow & Ice Data Center

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Arctic sea ice has been in decline for decades, according to a new scientific paper

Tue, 12 Feb 2019 17:54:41 +0000

Twenty-five years of airborne topographic data

Thu, 31 Jan 2019 20:23:28 +0000

Antarctic Expedition Underway

Tue, 20 Nov 2018 21:16:33 +0000

September Arctic sea ice extent at 6th lowest in the satellite record

Tue, 02 Oct 2018 19:11:23 +0000

Arctic sea ice at minimum extent for 2018

Mon, 10 Sep 2018 21:44:04 +0000


Weather feed from Weather Underground

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News feed from Princess Elisabeth Antarctica

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Brussels Court of Appeal Ruling in Favour of Alain Hubert and IPF Paves Way for Return to Antarctica
With the conflict over the management of the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica research station in East Antarctica between the International Polar Foundation and the Belgian State has attracted much attention in the national press over the past few months, and has even received some attention in the international press.

Mon, 11 Jan 2016 14:24:00 +0100

A successful season for the GEOMAG project
With Earth’s magnetic poles in the Polar Regions, Antarctica is an interesting place to study the planet’s magnetic field. Stephan Bracke from the Belgian Royal Meteorological Institute’s Geophysical Center of Dourbes is involved in a project called GEOMAG, which has established a new geomagnetic observatory at the Princess Elisabeth station in Antarctica. Back from Antarctica, Stephan discusses the success of the season.

Thu, 05 Mar 2015 12:17:00 +0100

Last day at station for BELARE 10 team
Today the BELARE 10 team closes the station for the winter and starts the journey back to Belgium. Over the past week, everyone has been busy finishing up their work for the season and making the final overwintering preparations.

Wed, 25 Feb 2015 13:47:00 +0100

Ten days left before the end of the season
BELARE 10 leader Alain Hubert recounts finishing the technical facilities and garage ahead of schedule, and thanks the team who has made everything possible.

Wed, 18 Feb 2015 13:18:00 +0100

Jan Lenaerts reflects on 2014-15 season, looks ahead to next
InBev-Baillet Latour Antarctica Fellowship laureate Jan Lenaerts reflects on the time he spent in Antarctica on the King Baudouin Ice Shelf conducting research for the BENEMELT project and discusses plans for next season.

Tue, 17 Feb 2015 13:40:00 +0100
Ice melting in Antarctica. SJ Dodgson MJoTA 2015 v9n1 p0401

Antarctic ice is melting bit by bit. So is Arctic ice. The snow on Mount Kilimanjaro is almost gone. Climate change is happening, and everywhere governments are scrambling to slow the damage to their countries caused by rising seas.

Around my town, but not in my town, South Jersey street lights are powered by solar panels. On the train to Manhattan I see solar panel farms. Stockton College has solar panels over parking lots. On an occasional roof, I see solar panels. The collective approach to accessing energy from renewable sources is popping up like crocuses in spring, but until South Jersey has a collective and personal approach, we will continue to dump greenhouse gases into the air so it can float up to the upper atmosphere and sit there.

Personally, I am growing my own food, I consume no animal products, I ride trains and walk whenever possible. A silly health problem has ended my ability to ride a bicycle, otherwise I would be riding everywhere possible, as does my adult son who lives with me. I would change my power source entirely to solar if it was not prohibitively expensive; I am relying on power agencies to switch to renewable energy to supply my house.

Builders need to be made accountable in South Jersey and everywhere, but in a sensible manner. I have read of governments requiring all buildings to be covered in solar panels or plants or both. When we lived in caves, we had plenty of plant growth around us, and the jungle takes back its land when buildings are neglected. I have seen trees growing out of buildings in New Jersey, and in Puerto Rico. Growing plants on buildings can only work if the builder, and the future inhabitant, really knows what they are doing. I managed to destroy part of my house by growing flowers and tomatoes on a balcony.

It is all about drainage, which is why we have rising seas in the first place. When ice melts, it has nowhere else to go. When we burn fossil fuels, or trash, or anything, we release carbon dioxide. And it has nowhere else to go other than up.

This map uses an orthographic projection, near-polar aspect. The South Pole is near the center, where longitudinal lines converge.
Map, information from Wikipedia

Antarctica, on average, is the coldest, driest, and windiest continent, and is on average the highest of all continents. Antarctica is a desert with annual precipitation of 8 inches along the coast and far less inland. The temperature in Antarctica has reached −89 °C (−129 °F).
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Watch Video of Type D Killer Whales, Rarely Seen by Humans
Scientists have collected skin samples from the unusual orcas, which could help determine whether they are a distinct cetacean species.

Thu, 07 Mar 2019 18:23:59 GMT

How the Icefish Got Its Transparent Blood and See-Through Skull
Research shows how the Antarctic blackfin icefish differs from its close relatives on the genetic level.

Thu, 28 Feb 2019 19:24:12 GMT

Humpback Whale Washes Ashore in Amazon River, Baffling Scientists in Brazil
The young humpback was found on an island near the mouth of the river, about 4,000 miles from Antarctica, where they usually feed this time of the year.

Mon, 25 Feb 2019 20:43:36 GMT

Cavity in Antarctica Glacier Is Two-Thirds the Size of Manhattan, Scientists Say
The gigantic cavity in the Thwaites Glacier was caused by rapid melting, according to scientists, and is a direct result of climate change.

Fri, 01 Feb 2019 10:00:15 GMT

The Polar Vortex: Hard Facts About Cold Weather
You could get frostbite in as little as five minutes. It will be warmer in Antarctica than it is in Des Moines. It could feel like minus 65 in Minneapolis.

Tue, 29 Jan 2019 20:27:08 GMT
Stuck in pack ice in Antarctica. SJ Dodgson 2013 MJoTA v7n2 p1230

A Russian ship carrying 22 crew members and 53 scientists and tourists has been stuck in ice in Antarctica since Dec 24, 2013, Ice-breaker ships have tried to free it unsuccessfully, now, Dec 30, we are hearing that the passengers are to be helicoptered out to a Chinese ice-breaker, and the crew are staying with the ship. Meanwhile, those on board are posting videos, a lot of videos, and these all are cheerful and explaining that they are having a great time. Wow!
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Construction of new wharf begins as first frame is lowered into place
A major milestone has been reached in the construction of a new wharf at Rothera Research Station. The first of 20 steel frames, forming the skeleten of the new structure, has been lowered into place in a piece of precision engineering.

Wed, 13 Mar 2019 16:41:11 +0000

Marine research expedition sets sail for the South Atlantic
A team of scientists set sail this week (12 March) for the remote South Atlantic islands of Tristan da Cunha and St Helena. This mission is part of BAS’ commitment …

Tue, 12 Mar 2019 09:29:10 +0000

BBC Radio 4 Today Programme in the Arctic
Ny-Ålesund International Research VillageThe NERC Arctic Station in Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard, is delighted to be hosting the BBC Radio 4 Today Programme this week (12-14 March 2019), including science editor Tom Feilden and presenter …

Mon, 11 Mar 2019 14:59:48 +0000

Expedition to Larsen C ice shelf thwarted by sea ice
Sea-ice conditions have prevented the Research Icebreaker Polarstern from reaching the Larsen Ice Shelf and the calving areas of iceberg A68.

Mon, 11 Mar 2019 11:49:15 +0000

The evolving role of women at BAS
British Antarctic Survey (BAS) reflects and celebrates the role of women within our organisation.

Fri, 08 Mar 2019 08:05:09 +0000