Un tipo particular de tormenta coincidió con 13 de los 21 eventos recientes de desprendimiento en la Antártida.
A particular kind of storm coincided with 13 of the 21 recent calving events in Antarctica.
Analyses of new shipboard and ROV observations of bedrock channels carved by floods and outbursts from subglacial lakes under Antarctica shed light on complex subglacial processes.
A new algorithm suggests that only a small fraction of meteorites present on the White Continent’s surface have been recovered to date.
Twelve freely drifting Deep Argo floats reveal year-round dynamics of bottom water flow in the Australian-Antarctic Basin.
Recent research offers new insights on Antarctic sea ice, which, despite global warming, has increased in overall extent over the past 40 years.
A new multidisciplinary, international research program aims to tackle one of the grand challenges in climate science: resolving the Antarctic Ice Sheet’s contribution to future sea level rise.
Photographs and field observations yield a more complete historical record of the ebbs and flows of the so-called Blood Falls on Taylor Glacier.
A new study sheds light on an important Pacific-to-Atlantic connecting current, including the global changes that led to its flowing that ushered in near-modern ocean circulation.
A new study shows smoke from fires set by the first inhabitants of Aotearoa from around 1300 left a mark in the ice 6,000 kilometers away, on an island off the Antarctic Peninsula.