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Tagged With Antarctica

Antarctica is melting more than scientists thought, and it's creating giant waterfalls


Sea levels could rise so much this century that they will unleash 25 times the amount of destructive floods


A 5,000km² ice block the size of Brisbane is about to snap off Antarctica


Scientists just released this rare footage of a hidden underwater habitat in Antarctica


Scientists discovered 55 lakes in Eastern Antarctica that shouldn't have been there


There's a 112km-long crack in Antarctica and it's growing bigger every day


A 1,000-foot-thick ice block the size of Delaware is snapping off of Antarctica


Astronaut Buzz Aldrin is being emergency evacuated from the South Pole


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


Deep below the ocean's surface, water is eating away one of the world's largest blocks of ice



Something strange has been happening with Antarctic sea ice this week


A 29-year-old business school graduate who turned his gap year into a 'gap life' explains why gap years are so important


This ghostly particle could explain why you exist


A CEO who's done everything from weigh seals in Antarctica to found a software startup gives his best advice for 20-somethings


A CEO who worked in Antarctica as a teen says 2 lessons he learned in the ice still serve him today


This particle could explain why you exist -- but 1 billion tons of Antarctic ice couldn't catch it


VIDEO: Scientists are mining pre-Industrial Age air trapped in the Antarctic ice


Scientists predict that 60 per cent of these miniature penguins could be gone by 2099


Earth's atmosphere is travelling back in time, and that's a very bad thing


Photographer reveals what it's like to sail to one of the most isolated places on Earth