2018 - Antarctic


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In the future…


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After seeing 1 to 2 military transports flying out of Albany International Airport every day for the past few days, I finally found out why. (My wife and I saw another one this afternoon.)
NY Air National Guard Annual South Pole Mission


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http://www.antarctica.gov.au/news/2018/antarctic-ice-mission-seeks-mystery-molecules-that-scrub-the-sky


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There’s more to the story :grimacing:


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A post was split to a new topic: 2018 Researchers count Whales from satellite images


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This week we will have the same temperatures as: -18 C Thursday

https://www.usap.gov/videoclipsandmaps/mcmwebcam.cfm


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That is not good! Not good at all! :worried:


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Thanks for posting this @TerriB. I have never seen an animation of the breakup of Pangea from an Antarctica-centric viewpoint! I had to add it to my YouTube Geology playlist :nerd_face:


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From @TerriB post, this ice core with a 21,000 year old ash layer is really cool!!


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We reviewed the ice cores in our Environmental Chem class. They have “priceless” information about the changes in our climate dating back thousands of years.