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Antarctica Glacier Map - Antarctica Ice

With this Antarctica glacier map you can click on these Antarctic glacier features for names. This map includes features such as: Antarctica …

Russet lake, Whistler, BC

Antarctic sea ice measured by underwater robot

Measuring the thickness of Antarctic sea ice, an important gauge of environmental conditions in this remote polar region in a time of global climate …

Underwater robot provides first detailed, high-resolution 3D maps of Antarctic sea ice

The 2-m (6 ft) long, 200 kg (440 lb) SeaBED autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) swam 20-30 m (65-100 ft) below the ice to previously-inaccessible …

Under Antarctic sea ice video: Research shows ice is expanding, thicker than thought (VIDEO).

The first 3-D map of Antarctic sea ice shows it's far thicker and is expanding faster than previously thought.

Why Increasing Antarctic Sea Ice Doesn't Mean Climate Change Isn't Happening

Antarctic sea ice reached a record high this year, topping 20 million square kilometers (nearly 8 million square miles) in September — a milestone it hadn't touched since 1979.<p>It's a fact climate change deniers are fond of repeating. If the planet is warming, shouldn't sea ice be melting away …

Global Warming

The yin-yang of sea ice at Earth’s poles

Arctic sea ice is decreasing. Antarctic sea ice is at an all-time high. How can that be? This 3-minute video offers an explanation.<p>The world is …

Warmer seas could cause faster melting of Antarctic ice leading to rising sea levels, says study

Rapidly rising sea temperatures could melt West Antarctica’s ice shelves faster than previously thought leading to a worrying rise in global sea levels, say researchers at University of East Anglia<p>Warming water under Antarctica’s ice shelves risks ice melting that could lead to a “worrying” rise in …

Arctic sea ice volume holds up in 2014

<b>Arctic sea ice may be more resilient than many observers recognise.</b><p>While global warming seems to have set the polar north on a path to floe-free summers, the latest data from Europe's Cryosat mission suggests it may take a while yet to reach those conditions.<p>The spacecraft observed 7,500 cu km of …

Nine things you need to know about polar sea ice

2014 is set to be one of the hottest years on record. This comes at a time when Arctic summer sea ice melted to its sixth-lowest extent this year: 1.9m square miles. 2012 still holds the record, with just 1.32m square miles of sea ice by the summer’s end.<p>At roughly the same time, Antarctic winter …

Glacier

Knik glacier lake

In Patagonia

Margerie Glacier in Glacier Bay National Park Alaska

Johns Hopkins Glacier on a dark, overcast afternoon in Alaska as seen from the Holland America Line Westerdam.

Cold moutains, Jokulsarlon

Breiðamerkurjökull and its icebergs in Jökulsárlón lagoon

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In Patagonia

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Youngsters sought to brave Himalayan glaciers for $400 a month

<b>Mumbai</b>: They are the third-largest storehouse of ice on the planet and contain the world’s tallest mountains with rivers sustaining millions of …

Hydrospeeding on the Aletsch Glacier

There are two major dangers when sliding head first through glacial runoff. First, the water you are rushing down eventually flows into a deep crevasse. Second, glacial lakes that feed the runoff often overflow during the midday heat, which causes a flood of large ice and debris to crash down the …

Melting of glaciers at famed U.S. park threatens rare water bug

REUTERS - The expected disappearance of the famed glaciers at Montana’s Glacier National Park by 2030 could spell doom for a rare aquatic insect confined to high mountain streams that are warming due to climate change, U.S. scientists said on Thursday.<p>View from atop the Grinnell Glacier Overlook …