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Antarctic algal blooms: 'Green snow' mapped from space

BBC News Wednesday, 20 May 2020 ()
UK scientists create the first wide-area maps of microscopic algae growing in coastal Antarctica.
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News video: Why Antarctica's Coast Is Developing Even More Green Algae

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Every summer, algal blooms blanket parts of the Antarctica Peninsula's coast. Now, researchers say those blooms are likely to expand as climate change continues and Earth becomes progressively warmer. According to HuffPost, British scientists have put together the first large-scale map of green algae...

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