Archive for September, 2014 : Better Understanding of Arctic IcebergsSeptember 11th, 2014
The newly discovered scours support the hypothesis about the thick sea ice that was primarily responsible for fresh water export carrying volumes from the Arctic to North Atlantic.
New Paper on Life Under Antarctic IceSeptember 6th, 2014
A team of U.S researchers made a breakthrough expedition in West Antarctic finding life and an active ecosystem one-half mile below the surface proving that Antarctica is not a dead continent.
Snow Has Thinned on Arctic SeaSeptember 3rd, 2014
Thinner snow means earlier melting of ice in the springtime and has big effect for animals and low-light microscopic plants.
Did a Freak Iceberg Sink the Titanic?September 3rd, 2014
When the Titanic sunk in 1912 there were more heavy icebergs pushed farther south.
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