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Surviving the Polar Night – How the FOODBANCS Project Changed Antarctic Ecology

When we think of Antarctica, an expansive, frozen wasteland is usually what comes to mind. Perhaps this image is justified; Antarctica is an ice-covered continent, spanning 14,200,000 km2 with average temperatures ranging from -10 °C to -60 °C from the… Continue Reading →

Scientists Discover a New Hope for Antarctic Fish

The Southern Ocean envelops the Antarctic continent and is comprised of all global ocean waters south of 60°S latitude. The Southern Ocean is home to the greatest ocean current, the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC), which holds 150 times more water… Continue Reading →

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