Antarctic Blog Posts

Antarctic Marooned 'Tourists' Rescued

The first group of passengers is airlifted outAfter a freezing and marooned tour to the Antarctic  the 52 passengers cum tourists have finally been rescued.They got stranded when their research vessel Akademik Shokalskiy got...
by Imposing Headlines on Jan 2, 2014

China to expand Antarctica presence

China to expand Antarctica presence...
by World Affairs on Dec 20, 2013

Coldest place on Earth on Antarctic with below -91C Temperature

The Londoners have been in sever grip of cold wave - but if they are taken to a particular point in Antarctic, they would say they have been living in a heatwave back home.Yes, the point recently discovered on an Antarctic mountain has a te...
by Imposing Headlines on Dec 8, 2013

NCAOR Recruitment 2013 Apply - www.ncaor.gov.in Walkin Interview |National Centre for Antarctic & Ocean Research

NCAOR Recruitment 2013: National Centre for Antarctic & Ocean Research has Released New notification as NCAOR Recruitment 2013 for the vacant posts of Research Scientist ‘B’ and JRF in its department. All Candidates Attend Walk in Interview w...
by Indiajobshub on Aug 21, 2013

Japan still misses point on whale, doplhin and shark conservation

Like many who care about the fate of some of the world’s biggest marine creatures, I’ve been watching in disbelief at the farcical arguments being thrown around at the International Court of Justice over the past two weeks. Australia is a...
by Oceanic Explorer on Jul 19, 2013

National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research-Goa-Walkin interview on 12/06/2013

National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research(An Autonomous Society under the MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES, Govt. of India)Headland Sada, Vasco-da-Gama, Goa - 403 804. National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research invites application from candid...
by Latest Government Jobs India on May 24, 2013

Reasons For And Against Developing Antarctica

3> The Ice Clad Continent Antarctica, covered with a layer of rock hard ice, between one to three miles in thickness, is in more ways than one, the last unconquered frontier on this planet for the human race. A continent that is 1.3 times the size of...
by Morris Green Offers on Mar 4, 2013

Kate Upton upon Antarctic fire for SI: ‘My physique was shutting down’ – Today.com (blog)

Today, you got the great headlines about Kate Upton upon Antarctic fire for SI: ‘My physique was shutting down’ – Today.com (blog). We goal you can suffer it. The indication chats about alighting her second Sports Illustrated swimsu...
by global update news on Feb 13, 2013

Kate Upton says physique close down after Antarctic swim suit fire – Reuters

Today, you got the great headlines about Kate Upton says physique close down after Antarctic swim suit fire – Reuters. We goal you can suffer it. Tue February 12, 2013 8:42pm EST (Reuters) – Swimsuit indication Kate Upton pronounced upon...
by global update news on Feb 12, 2013

Stunning 50ft blue ice monolith captured in the Antarctic

At first glance these beautiful images from the Antarctic appear to show 50-ft tall waves that have been instantly frozen as they break. Awesome Antarctic Monolith - Photo: Tony Travouillon/Exclusivepix Some people have posted the...
by Imposing Headlines on Nov 26, 2012

NASA Study Looks At Increase In Antarctic Sea Ice

Alan McStravick for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online A new study by NASA and the British Antarctic Survey tries to explain the increase of ice cover in the Antarctic that is seemingly contrary to the effects of climate change that have been wit...
by Galactic Informer on Nov 14, 2012

NASA Study Looks At Increase In Antarctic Sea Ice

Alan McStravick for redOrbit.com – Your Universe Online A new study by NASA and the British Antarctic Survey tries to explain the increase of ice cover in the Antarctic that is seemingly contrary to the effects of climate change that have been wit...
by Galactic Informer on Nov 14, 2012

Chinstrap Penguin Populations Threatened By Climate Change, Not Tourism

April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online New research, partially funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), shows that the breeding population of chinstrap penguins has significantly declined as temperatures have increased on the...
by Galactic Informer on Nov 7, 2012

Antarctic Culture & Customs with 11 Days Classic Tour - Antarctic Culture & Customs with 11-day expedition will introduce you to the magic of the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula.

Antarctic Culture & Customs with 11-day expedition will introduce you to the magic of the South Shetland Islands and the Antarctic Peninsula.Antarctic Continent was first discovered in 1820. The honour of who first sighted the continent is howeve...
by Culturextourism on Oct 13, 2012

Submarine Detection Devices Being Used To Track Endangered Blue Whales

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports – Your Universe Online Military technology originally designed to detect enemy submarines may seem like an odd tool in the fight to keep blue whales from becoming extinct, but that's exactly what one team of scien...
by Galactic Informer on Oct 7, 2012

Dinosaurs Were Not The First To Die Out 65 Million Years Ago

April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online Sixty-five million years ago, the most studied mass extinction in Earth's history happened and the dinosaurs were wiped off the planet. A new study from the University of Washington, published in...
by Galactic Informer on Sep 6, 2012

காணாமல்போன வாய் பேச முடியாத சிறுவனை பற்றி தகவல் தெரிந்தால் . . .

by vidhai2virutcham on Aug 3, 2012

காணாமல்போன வாய் பேச முடியாத சிறுவனை பற்றி தகவல் தெரிந்தால் . . .

by vidhai2virutcham on Aug 3, 2012

Two Sea Shepherd ships in Melbourne

I’ve mentioned previously my love for the Sea Shepherd organisation and had the chance to check out another of their ships when the fast catamaran Brigitte Bardot docked in Williamstown (close to Melbourne city, seen in background) last week.
by Oceanic Explorer on May 27, 2012

Ocean driving Antarctic ice loss

Most of the ice being lost from Antarctica is going as a result of warm water eating the fringes of the continent, scientists say.The researchers used a satellite laser to measure the thinning occurring on ice shelves - the floating tongues of ice th...
by Imposing Headlines on Apr 26, 2012
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