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‘Frozen Planet’ on the Discovery Channel – NYTimes.com

June 13, 2013 – “Frozen Planet” on the Discovery Channel: Switching back and forth between the Antarctic and the Arctic, the “Frozen Planet” camera crews – who spent four years braving blizzards, shifting ice floes, angry leopard seals and subfreezing … Continue reading

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Russian Scientists Bore into Ancient Antarctic Fresh Water Lake.

May 5, 2013 – Russian Scientists Bore Into Ancient Antarctic Fresh Water Lake: In the coldest spot on the earth’s coldest continent, Russian scientists have reached a freshwater lake the size of Lake Ontario after spending a decade drilling through … Continue reading

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Dangerous Artic Ozone Loss!

March 16, 2013 – Unprecedented Arctic Ozone Depletion: The picture above shows( Left) Ozone in the Earth’s stratosphere at an altitude of approximately 12 miles (20 kilometers) , near the peak of the  Arctic ozone loss. Red colors represent high … Continue reading

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Antarctic Glacier has five-story Blood-red Waterfall.

March 4, 2013 – Antarctic Glacier Has Five-story Blood-red Waterfall of Primordial Ooze: There is a five-story, blood-red waterfall pouring slowly from the Taylor Glacier in Antarctica’s McMurdo Dry Valley. Roughly 2 million years ago, the Taylor Glacier sealed beneath … Continue reading

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Hotchkiss Students on Antarctic Trip Encounter Whales and 30-Foot Wave – NYTimes.com

January 17, 2013 – Antarctic Trip Hotchkiss Students Encounter 30 Foot Rogue Wave:  For private school students, trips to far-flung corners of the earth have long been de rigueur. Pictured above, a Silver Explorer ship. But when 90 students from … Continue reading

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Mount Etna Erupts in Italy.

August 30, 2011 –  Mount Etna Erupts in Italy:  One of the more famous volcanoes in Italy is Mount Etna (in eastern Sicily), which spent Monday night, ejecting cascading fountains of lava down its flanks and throwing out car-sized molten … Continue reading

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