Antarctica's native species are facing invasion as climate change dramatically expands the continent's ice-free zones, a new study warns. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age
By Chelsea Harvey As climate change continues to cause massive melting and ice loss in Antarctica, new habitats may begin to open up for wildlife across the thawing continent, scientists reported.. New Zealand Herald
Scientists made a startling announcement about ice shelf Larsen C this Wednesday. Adrian Luckman of Project MIDAS Luckman, a British Antarctic researcher, claimed that if the iceberg breaks off it.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
Ice-free areas of Antarctica -- home to more than 99 percent of the continent's terrestrial plants and animals -- could expand by more than 17,000 km2 by the end of this century, a study reveals. The.. Science Daily
A crack spreading inexorably across the Larsen C Ice Shelf in northwest Antarctica has surged forward at record rates, bringing the ice shelf closer to cleaving off an iceberg roughly the size of.. Mashable
A new study published in Nature found that sea level rise shot up between 1993 and 2014 because of climate change.
The authors of the study calculated that in those two decades, there was a 50% in.. Business Insider
The 1,000-foot-thick, Delaware-sized iceberg that's getting ready to break off of Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf could calve within "hours, days, or weeks," researchers say.
Scientists monitoring.. Business Insider
Kiwi scientists are soon to lead one of the most ambitious projects ever attempted in Antarctica: probing the Spain-sized Ross Ice Shelf to better understand how the frozen behemoth will respond to a.. New Zealand Herald
Scientists studying global warming recently climbed Bolivia's towering Mount Illimani and extracted samples of glacier ice packed with thousands of years of climate data.The international ICE Memory.. New Zealand Herald
WASHINGTON — Antarctica is a harsh and unforgiving place; with 99 percent of the continent covered in ice, it is the coldest and windiest spot on Earth, and few living things can survive on the.. FOXNews.com