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This week media all over the world picked up Oceanites’ State of the Antarctic Penguins 2017 (SOAP) Report. Coverage included the following: There are 12 million penguins in Antarctica. This researcher says that’s not nearly enough – Extensive interview feature with Oceanites’ Ron Naveen on State Of Antarctic Penguins report posted April 25, 2017 (World Penguin […][read more]
New research has found lakes, rivers and even waterfalls atop Antarctica. Source: Scientists have discovered vast systems of flowing water in Antarctica. And that worries them. – The Washington Post[read more]
What’s the most common climate-related health risk where you live? A recent report maps how climate change is threatening our health across the United States. Source: Where climate change is making Americans sick – CNN.com[read more]
As we’ve covered news of the growing crack in Antarctica’s Larsen C Ice Shelf a number of times in recent months, it seems worth providing an update here. While the enormous (probably more than 5,000 km²) soon-to-be iceberg has yet to actually calve, researchers from the British Antarctic Survey recently captured a video of the ice […][read more]