The integrative science and society project “SmartICE” is the first winner of the Frederik-Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award at the 2021 Arctic Circle Assembly.
The Arctic Circle Assembly shows that protecting the Arctic while promoting the development of its inhabitants is at the top of the agenda for many countries just before the climate summit.
The new satellite’s communications are run through NASA’s ground station at the U.S. McMurdo Research Station in Antarctica.
Argentina and Chile have opened further their portals for Antarctic voyages and operators finally are preparing for a season.
In a new study, researchers found that cracks in the ice shelf are held together by a slurry of ice, snow and frozen seawater. However, this ice melange has been declining for decades.
Bird die-offs seem not to be common, but in the Bering region these dramatic events in the wild have been occurring over the past few years on a regular basis.
The British Antarctic Survey and the Falkland Islands Government will be working together again in the coming Antarctic season.
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