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A sheet of ice the size of Delaware is almost certain to break away from Antarctica soon, after a crack in an ice shelf grew dramatically at the end of 2016, researchers say. A 2,000-square mile secti...
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Conservation of Antarctica is our human responsibility.
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If the Totten glacier melts, global sea levels will rise by 3.5 metres.
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A ma ive new marine reserve was created around Antarctica on Friday that will protect some 600,000 square miles of ocean in one of the world's last vestiges of unspoiled wilderne . The new park, stret...
New studies show Antarctic glaciers are retreating at record pace.
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Think glamping, but colder.
A crack in the Larsen C ice shelf grew over 22 kilometres since March.
New mothers have enough anxiety and babies produce enough tears. But despite various poonadoes, projectile vomits and one lost pram, we survived and even loved it. It is possible with a mewling infant to have fine dining experiences, encounters with nature and a good soak in a thermal spring.
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You thought we had one, didn't you?
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Remember Boaty McBoatface? When the United Kingdom's Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) opened up online suggestions from the public to name a new ship, the poll was hijacked by an internet j...
A new report nearly doubles previous predictions for sea level rise if global emi ions continue unabated, portending a doomsday scenario for many of the world’s coastal cities. The study, published We...
Australian icebreaker the Aurora Australis has run aground at Mawson Station in Antarctica. The ship broke from its moorings just after 3pm on Wednesday during a heavy blizzard with 67 expeditioners o...
Solo explorer Henry Worsley has died of exhaustion and dehydration just 30 miles short of making an historic Antarctic cro ing. Worsley, 55, from Fulham, London, was 71 days into his attempt to become...
The helicopter pilot who was miraculously rescued from a creva e in a remote part of Antarctica has died of his injuries. David Wood, 62, lived in Canada but was working as a contractor with the Austr...