Antarctica rocks! Researchers brave bone chilling cold to solve geologic mysteries -- Science Nation
Antarctica rocks! Researchers brave bone chilling cold to solve geologic mysteries
Geologist John Goodge looks for clues about Antarctica's past in the 2 percent of the continent that is not covered in ice! The University of Minnesota, Duluth, professor studies rocks that help provide evidence about how this desolate continent was formed and has changed over time.
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