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Tourism

Antarctic - Antarctica cruise: The last frontier for a big at-last luxury adventure

(CNN) -- Travelers to Antarctica always remember the first place they planted their feet on the frozen continent. For me, it was Portal Point, a narrow tip of land jutting westward from the Peninsula just north of the Antarctic Circle.

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Energy

AK - Alaska Prepares For An Arctic Rush

As warmer weather opens up the Arctic for transit and exploration, new energy ambitions emerge

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Science

Antarctica - Heatwaves and snow: what's really happening to the Antarctic climate?

Last month, Antarctica experienced a record-breaking heatwave and unusually high amounts of snowfall in some places, leaving scientists puzzled. In this special episode of Climate Now, we explore the latest data from the frozen continent and explore how this extreme environment is changing as the planet warms.

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Science

ARC - Aboard MOSAiC: Hardy fish, powerful waves, shrinking ice floes

Arctic voyage researchers find surprises from MOSAiC expedition, and now they’re delving into volumes of new data.

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Science

Antarctica - Scientists that found Shackleton’s lost ship are developing a ‘Google Maps for the Antarctic’

Navigating the polar regions is almost as complicated now as it was when Ernest Shackleton's Endurance sank in 1915. But the technology used to find the shipwreck could help create "a kind of Google Maps for the Arctic and Antarctic".

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Waterways

Arctic - Why Governments Must Cut Shipping’s Black Carbon Emissions to Save the Arctic

On February 28th, following both the publication of the stark Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and the Russian invasion of Ukraine, UN Secretary General António Guterres wrote:

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Science

Antarctica - Kim Stanley Robinson’s Guide to Keeping the Doomsday Glacier Hanging On

Send the navy—all of them—and the oil industry to Antarctica if we want save every beach on the planet

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Science

Arctic - Climate change: Astonishing temperatures in Arctic and Antarctica sound yet another climate warning

So far this year Scotland has experienced its sixth warmest January, two whole degrees Celsius warmer than the 1981-2010 average and its tenth wettest February, which was also 1.1C warmer than that longer term average.

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Advocacy

Arctic - Why Governments Must Cut Shipping's Black Carbon Emissions to Save the Arctic

The Clean Arctic Alliance is made up of 21 not-for-profit organisations, the Clean Arctic Alliance campaigns to persuade governments to take action to protect the Arctic, its wildlife and its people.

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Science

Antarctic - Royal Navy Survey Ship Finds Another Antarctic Glacier in Retreat

Sailors on the Royal Navy’s polar research ship HMS Protector have found an enormous Antarctic glacier vanishing at an alarming rate.

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Science

Rapid changes to the Arctic seafloor noted as submerged permafrost thaws

Using MBARI mapping technology, researchers have established a baseline for tracking future changes to the seafloor

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Science

Antarctica - Scientists discover Antarctica's hidden geological past

East Antarctica is the least known region of Earth. Studying this remote part of the continent is extremely difficult, requiring researchers to look beneath kilometers of blanketing ice.

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Science

Antarctica - Shackleton's Ship Endurance Found Beneath Antarctic Ice

The wreckage of polar explorer Ernest Shackleton’s ship Endurance, which was crushed by Antarctic ice and sank some 10,000 feet (3,000 m) to the ocean floor more than a century ago, has been found, a team searching for it said on Wednesday.

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Federal

Arctic - Navy launches Ice Exercise 2022 in the Arctic Ocean

U.S. NAVY ICE CAMP QUEENFISH – Commander, Submarine Forces (COMSUBFOR) officially kicked off Ice Exercise (ICEX) 2022 in the Arctic Ocean on Friday, March 4, after the building of Ice Camp Queenfish and arrival of two U.S. Navy fast attack submarines.

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Science

Arctic - The Arctic Seafloor Is Degrading and Could Be a Climate Time Bomb

Up to a trillion tons of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, may be locked away in the decaying ocean floor of a vast Arctic continental shelf.

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Science

Antarctica - Seals help Japanese researchers collect data under Antarctic ice

Project leader said such research helps scientists trace the animals' behavioural patterns and ecology. Each seals had travelled as far as 633km (393 miles) from the coast of Japan's Showa Station in Antarctica. These seals were equipped with the head-mounted conductivity, temperature and depth sensor.

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