One man’s noise is another scientist’s data. Winds blowing across snow dunes on Antarctica’s Ross Ice Shelf cause the slab’s surface to vibrate, producing near-constant “tones,” according.. Credit: geek.com - Published Also reported by •USATODAY.com •WorldNews
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According to a report by Mother Nature Networks, scientists on a research mission to the Ross Ice Shelf have discovered a spine-chilling sound coming from Antarctica's largest ice shelf. The purpose of..
A weird "singing" sound has been recorded coming from one of Antarctica's vast ice shelves. The "song" was recorded over two years during observations of seismic changes to the Ross Ice Shelf - a slab..
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Winds blowing across snow dunes on Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf cause the massive ice slab's surface to vibrate, producing a near-constant set of seismic "tones".. Credit: Terra Daily - Published Also reported by •Science Daily
In the faraway realms at the bottom of the Earth, Antarctic scientists have unexpectedly recorded bizarre drone-like sounds.
After burying 34 seismic monitors in the snow atop the Ross Ice Shelf in.. Credit: Mashable - Published
Stef Lhermitte, an assistant professor in the Netherlands' Delft University of Technology Department of Geoscience and Remote Sensing, first saw the enormous crack in the ice on October 3. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Over a matter of days in late September, Stef Lhermitte watched via satellite as a new, massive crack formed along the edge of Antarctica's Pine Island Glacier.
Just last year that glacier shed a.. Credit: Mashable - Published
New research could help bring about the kind of far-reaching changes deemed necessary in the UN's dire new climate change report. Scientists found that when westerly winds in the Antarctic Ocean.. Credit: Science Daily - Published
Gillian Anderson takes part in a photo call outside of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, King Charles Street on Tuesday (October 09 in London, England. The 50-year-old Sex Education star helped.. Credit: Just Jared - Published