Understanding how ice delays eruptions will advance forecasting
For the first time, the German Society for Polar Research awarded the prestigious “Carl Weyprecht” Polar Medal for achievements in the promotion of young scientists and for the first time to a woman.
This newly published book about U.S. Antarctic pioneer Edith “Jackie” Ronne excitingly expands on the influence of women on Antarctic history using her as a prime example.
A research group from Jena, Germany, shows that drones, when used properly, are a very useful tool for monitoring emperor penguin colonies.
According to experts and authorities, polar bears on and around Svalbard are in good physical condition, but still threatened, coming from other directions.
The two big earthquakes took place along a part of an Alaska fault line that was due for an earthquake
Precipitation played a more important role than temperature in the distribution of dinosaur species in Late Cretaceous Alaska, researchers found.
A federally funded programme seeks to help make young Inuit in Nunavut more resilient
Scientists have noted the decline of numerous bird populations worldwide in a review study.
Deep beneath the Antarctic ice sheets, much more water may be stored in the ground than previously thought, U.S. researchers suspect.
The fifth time is not a charm for Norway’s ports; but it could have been worse
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