Climate change – how does it impact the Oceans and the polar regions ? A gist of a global study and a big-picture take on the latest assessment.
Sea Ice from Space: Crossing Boundaries of Sea Ice Science
Polar science can be challenging, but satellites give scientists access to otherwise inaccessible regions.
On Capt. Javier Valladares, his Vast Experience as a Sailor and his Understanding of the Sea
Javier Valladares, retired officer of the Argentine Navy and former president of the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (IOC), recalls expeditions to the Amazon and Antarctica.
New Study Finds Unprecedented Polar Ice Sheet Loss
Measuring the Irreversible Retreat of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet
The West Antarctic Ice Sheet is in a state of irretrievable decline, warns a study released by NASA and the University of California, Irvine. The results have consequences for the glacial structure of the Antarctic and the height of future sea level rise. In an interview with Earthzine, Dr. Prasad Gogineni describes the technologies used to measure these dramatic changes.