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What's wrong with these deep wounds in the Antarctic ice?

In order to arrive at an answer, data had to be collected with floating sensors floating under the ice. SOCCOM project / Hannah Zanowski During the Australian winter, which extends from June to September the Antarctic is covered with nearly seven million square miles of ice. For several decades, scientists who view satellite imagery of these frozen swaths notice blue-black …

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How big the holes in the Antarctic ice are, even though it's cold

This is an Inside Science story. (Inside Science) – By analyzing data from seal robots and sensors glued to seals, researchers can now understand the mysterious origins of giant holes that can open in Antarctic sea ice, according to a new study. A Polynya – a Russian word meaning "hole in the ice" – can form off the coast of …

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Life in the Antarctic reflects the disease of humans

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Scientists discover an ancient rock structure that hides under the Antarctic and moves the ice

Deep beneath the frozen wastelands of Antarctica, scientists have discovered ancient tectonic plate structures that have a major impact on the melting patterns in the continental largest ice shelf. The Hidden Rock, which has been around for hundreds of millions of years, controls the flow of water around the gigantic Ross Ice Shelf. This shelf is currently acting as a …

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European researchers present sharper 3D view of the Antarctic

The amount of ice at the poles and glaciers around the world has shrunk dramatically in recent decades due to climate change. Ice loss becomes more apparent as temperatures rise, but to accurately predict the specific changes we need accurate data. Against this background, researchers from the University of Edinburgh wondered if they could improve the data collected by the …

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