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Snow in the Andes as clean as Canadian Arctic: Study
Snow covering the Andes Mountains is as clean as the Canadian Arctic, scientists said after hundreds of tests to determine the presence of black carbon deposits or other pollutants.
New technique more accurately reflects ponds on Arctic sea ice
This one simple mathematical trick can accurately predict the shape and melting effects of ponds on Arctic sea ice, according to new research by scientists in the University of Chicago.
Arctic is full of toxic mercury, and climate change is going to release it
We already knew that thawing Arctic permafrost would release powerful greenhouse gases. Scientists revealed it could also release massive amounts of mercury — a potent neurotoxin and serious threat to human health.
Is warming in the Arctic behind US crazy winter weather?
By Jennifer Francis*
How to survive climate change? Clues are buried in the Arctic
By Michaeleen Doucleff*
Russian helicopter missing at sea off Arctic island
Norwegian rescuers are searching for a Russian helicopter missing at sea with eight people on board off the coast of the Arctic archipelago of Svalbard.
Global warming causing green plankton bloom in the Arctic
Thinning sea ice due to global warming, may be causing phytoplankton bloom under the Arctic sea, which can potentially disrupt the Arctic food chain, suggested a new study.
Aerial survey of polar ice expands to Arctic
The NASA mission that has produced unprecedented aerial 3D-views of Arctic and Antarctic ice sheets will be expanding for the first time to the Arctic Eurasian Basin.
Litter piling up on Arctic sea floor
Marine scientists from Germany have been monitoring litter levels in the Arctic since 2002. They said the problem is getting worse.
Arctic heatwave could break records
Temperatures at the North Pole could be up to 20 degrees higher than average this Christmas Eve, in what scientists said is a record-breaking heatwave.
Unchecked Arctic melting may bring irreversible change
Quickly melting ice in the Arctic with no effort to stop it may someday bring a stage where critical ecological change is uncontrollable, a team of international scientists said.
There’s something cool about Arctic bird poop
Seabird poop helps the Arctic keep its cool, new research suggested.
Arctic crossing planned for ‘Boaty’ sub
The UK’s favorite new yellow submarine, Boaty McBoatface, is in training for a grand challenge.
Canada confirms Arctic discovery of 200-year-old ship
Canada's parks department confirmed the discovery of a British exploration ship that vanished during a storied Arctic expedition in 1846.
Arctic expedition trapped by polar bears
Five scientists participating in an expedition on Russia’s Troynoy Island have reported back to headquarters with some unbearable news.
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