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A new species of sea anemone living in the underside of the Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctica New sea anemone species discovered in Antarctica
Released January 16, 2014
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a new species of sea anemone Ice-loving sea anemones discovered in Antarctica
Released January 16, 2014
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Terry Wilson East Antarctica is sliding sideways
Released December 11, 2013
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researcher digging out a seismographic instrument in Antarctica Early-career investigator discovers current volcanic activity under West Antarctica
Released November 20, 2013
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Mount Sidley Volcano discovered smoldering under a kilometer of ice in West Antarctica
Released November 17, 2013
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edge of the Ross Ice Shelf Weighing the Antarctic ice sheet
Released September 27, 2013
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image of ice loss in Garwood Valley Coastal Antarctic Permafrost Melting Faster Than Expected
Released July 24, 2013
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Figure showing subglacial water system Scientists Image Vast Subglacial Water System Underpinning West Antarctica's Thwaites Glacier
Released July 9, 2013
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researchers look over a sample from Antarctica Cracking the Ice Code
Released June 2, 2013
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a one-meter long section of the WAIS core Recent Climate, Glacier Changes in Antarctica at the "Upper Bound" of Normal
Released April 14, 2013
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Borehole camera iamge In a Scientific and Engineering Breakthrough, NSF-funded Team Samples Antarctic Lake Beneath the Ice Sheet
Released January 28, 2013
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replicate ice from 3001 meters depth Innovations in Ice Drilling Enable Abrupt Climate Change Discoveries
Released December 17, 2012
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1912 campsite of researchers led by geologist Raymond Priestley on Mt. Erebus. Atop an Antarctic Volcano, NSF-funded Researcher Finds Camp Site from the "Heroic Age" of Antarctic Exploration
Released December 13, 2012
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radar image of bedrock elevation Scientists Discover New Site of Potential Instability in West Antarctic Ice Sheet
Released May 10, 2012
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polar graphic Polar Climate Change May Lead to Ecological Change
Released August 11, 2011
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a grain of fossilized pollen Fossilized Pollen Reveals Climate History of Northern Antarctica
Released June 27, 2011
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Duncan Young New Map Reveals Giant Fjords Beneath East Antarctic Ice Sheet
Released June 1, 2011
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image of a glacier University of Minnesota Researchers Who Map Antarctic Turn to the Arctic
Released May 5, 2011
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polar graphic University of Oklahoma Geologists Look for Answers in Antarctica
Released February 23, 2010
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U.S. Antarctic Program Alexandra Isern Appointed Antarctic Earth Sciences Program Director
Updated December 2, 2009
Photo of a sediment core. New Evidence From NSF-funded ANDRILL Demonstrates Climate Warming Affects Antarctic Ice Sheet Stability
Released March 18, 2009
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An artist's rendering of the Antarctica Gamburstev Province (AGAP) project. U.S.-led, International Research Team Confirms Alps-like Mountain Range Exists under East Antarctic Ice Sheet
Released February 24, 2009
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Image of the AGAP logo. U.S.-Led, International AGAP Team Poised to Probe One of Antarctica's Last Unexplored Places
Released October 14, 2008
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polar graphic Rare Antarctic Fossils Reveal Extinction of Tundra Before Full Polar Climate Arrived
Released August 5, 2008
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Sketches of fossils. Antarctic Fossils Paint a Picture of a Much Warmer Continent
Released August 4, 2008
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Photo of John Goodge and a colleague collecting specimens in the Transantarctic Mountains. A Single Boulder May Prove that Antarctica and North America Were Once Connected
Released July 17, 2008
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Photo of researchers setting up an Antarctic field camp. Study of Glacial Earthquakes Shakes Up Idea of How Ice Streams Move
Released June 5, 2008
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Antarctic LIMA images Newly Unveiled Satellite Map of Antarctica Is a Unique Tool for Scientists, Educators and the Public
Released November 27, 2007
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Subglacial lakes and rivers Report Offers Guidance on How to Safely Explore Vast Aquatic Systems Buried Under Antarctic Ice
Released May 31, 2007
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A mother and juvenile plesiosaur probably looked like this artist's rendering. Volcanic Blast Likely Killed and Preserved Juvenile Fossil Plesiosaur Found in Antarctica
Released December 11, 2006
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