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Antarctic scientist Susan Solomon: a NOAA "history maker"

2/6/2007 As part of its 200th anniversary celebration, NOAA recognized Solomon for her role in discovering the cause of the ozone hole. More

Project Iceberg

2/1/2007 Six educators from the ARISE (ANDRILL Research Immersion for Science Educators) team bring science into your world. More

High School Students Design, Build a Remotely Operated Vehicle for Antarctic Research

2/1/2007 A relatively meager $5,000 investment returned a wealth of experience for students at a California High School. More

Arctic Reflection: Clouds Replace Snow and Ice as Solar Reflector

1/31/2007 Using satellite observations of sea ice and clouds, scientists discover that Earth's poles are still effective reflectors for incoming sunlight. More

Delegation Visiting the U.S. Antarctic Program

1/18/2007 Claudia A. McMurray, Assistant Secretary; United States Ambassador to New Zealand, Bill McCormick; and Glyn Davies, Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, visited Antarctica January 18-26, 2007. More

Girls on Ice: A Free Glaciology Program for Teens

1/1/2007 A ten-day field program, open to girls aged 15-19, combines science education with leadership and mountaineering training. More

IPY History

1/1/2007 A brief history of International Polar Year, presented by the National Academy of Sciences. More

Antarctic Connection

1/1/2007 Website offers K-12 lessons plans, digests of science conducted in the field, an Antarctic Bestiary, and an Antarctic FAQ. More

GoNorth!

1/1/2007 This free online education program for K-12 classrooms uses the allure of dogsled expeditions to explore the Arctic.  More

2006 Oden Expedition Journals

1/1/2007 Journals by teachers Ute Kaden and Allan Miller who sailed aboard the icebreaker Oden as part of National Science Foundation research cruise. More
                                      
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