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FlatAsFlix Aug 8
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Jennifer Provencher, PhD Aug 13
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Bethan Davies Aug 9
How much ice is there in and how much could it raise global sea levels? I discuss this in ⁩. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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David DuByne Aug 14
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The Antarctic Report Aug 10
Stranded ice giant dwarfs the emperor penguins at the Auster rookery, 10km offshore, NE of Mawson Station . Large tabular icebergs become grounded in shallow water, holding the sea ice together & providing wind shelter for the penguins; pic Michael Brill
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Dr Melinda Waterman Aug 12
Ever wondered how can live in and what stories these amazing plants can tell us about climate? Join me on Tues 18th August at 9 pm AEST 11:00 NZST 12:00 BST 08:00 BRT 07:00 horas CLT as part of Book free tickets here:
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IAM Platform Aug 13
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Michelle MacEwan Aug 12
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IAM Platform 11m
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Antarctic Heritage Aug 12
Check out the next ICEperts webinar today at 12:30pm! This episode dives into the depths of the Antarctic with Prof Ian Hawes to understand what the future holds for Antarctica’s marine ecosystem. Register here:
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Geophysics at Mines Aug 10
Check out some new work by faculty member Matt Siegfried () measuring how much ice is melting beneath floating ice shelves in .
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The Antarctic Report Aug 7
New Australian icebreaker RSV Nuyina transits the Bosporus Strait on Friday, past Istanbul, en route from the shipyard in Galati, Romania, to Vlissingen in the Netherlands for final commissioning and sea trials. First voyages to will be in 2021/2022; pic
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Luis Valentin Ferrada Aug 8
Replying to @simongerman600
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Vegas BiLL Aug 11
Qantas ✈️ Antarctica Sightseeing Flights Are Back — in New Boeing 787 Dreamliners cc
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The Antarctic Report Aug 7
Ensuring stays COVID-free, personnel commence 14 day quarantine in NZ, following C-17 arrival yesterday in Christchurch from USA. They will be tested twice for COVID before scheduled WINFLY flight to McMurdo on 24 August; pic A Williams/Stuff
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Luciano Gasparro Aug 7
Heatwaves back home got me thinking of cooler times and places... . . . . - @ Halley Research Station,…
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Mike Lucibella Aug 13
🎙️ PODCAST: It's a big job keeping hundreds of scientists and staff safe in the remote regions of , and the Field Support & Training team are the experts.
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Winsor Dobbin Aug 11
Antarctica ahoy! How about a day trip flight to nowhere?
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SISU LAB Aug 12
has been frozen for thirty million (!) years. ” I’m not going to even pretend that it doesn’t trip me out of my skull to think of the scale of this magnificence we’re part of.
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ItsJustSwampGas Aug 7
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