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  Hydrothermal vent, cold seep discovered in same sea floor area in Antarctica
QINGDAO, March 28 (Xinhua) -- A hydrothermal vent and a cold seep, which were believed to exist in different ecosystems, have been discovered in the same sea floor area in the Antarctica, according to Chinese scientists.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2151    2018-04-02 11:05:55
  Keeping Antarctic stations water-wise
How do you make water on the driest continent on the planet? On World Water Day, find out how expeditioners at Australia’s Antarctic stations make theirs.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2150    2018-03-29 11:03:10
  Antarctic krill break down microplastics
Antarctic krill can physically break down microplastics before excreting them back into the environment in an even smaller form, research published in Nature Communications has found.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2138    2018-03-15 17:25:33
  Draft CEE 2018
Proposed Construction and Operation of a New Chinese Research Station Victoria Land , Antarctica January 2018
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2106    2018-01-10 16:26:01
  "Xiang Yang Hong 01" joins the 34th Antarctica Expedition with "Xue Long"
Chinese elite science ship Xiangyanghong 01, which is conducting the first around-the-world integrated maritime research, departed from Punta Arenas, and would join Xuelong, China's ice breaker, in the country's 34th Antarctic mission. It is the first time that China has conducted a joint Antarctic scientific expedition simultaneously by two ships.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2102    2018-01-04 10:39:07
  China's icebreaker Xuelong conducts 34th Antarctic expedition
China's research icebreaker Xuelong, or Snow Dragon, set sail from Shanghai, east China, on Nov. 8, beginning the country's 34th Antarctic expedition. (Xinhua/Bai Guolong)
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2101    2018-01-03 09:36:43
   Polar Climate Change Call for Paper
Advances in Polar Science (APS) will publish a special issue with the theme ‘Polar Climate Change: Driving Processes, Extreme Events, and Global Linkages’ as a lasting outcome of the workshop, held in October 2017 at Hohai University, Nanjing, China. This issue will be part of APS Volume 29 and will be issue number 3 of 2018 (Series no. 72) as general issue.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2092    2017-12-21 18:39:41
   Inviting Contributions to a Thematic Issue on “AFoPS 2017” in Advances in Polar Science
Dear Colleagues, We would like to invite you to submit manuscripts to the thematic issue of the journal Advances in Polar Science (APS) on “AFoPS 2017”.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2091    2017-12-21 18:37:35
  Starvation drives krill population cycles
Competition for food in the sea ice zone in autumn drives large variations in the Antarctic krill population, according to new research by German and Australian scientists.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2010    2017-07-10 15:02:55
  China signs six polar research agreements
Memorandums of understanding aimed at enhancing cooperation between the State Oceanic Administration and six foreign polar research organizations were signed on Thursday night. Parties to the agreements included the Norwegian Polar Institute, Argentina's National Directorate of the Antarctic and Russia's Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, according to a news release from the administration.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1991    2017-06-01 11:11:08
  Antarctic capacity will be boosted
China published its first white paper on its Antarctic explorations on Monday, pledging to boost its capabilities in the exploration and study of the continent.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1992    2017-05-25 15:22:54
  Chinese official urges legislation on Antarctic activities
SHANGHAI, April 11 (Xinhua) -- China should speed up domestic legislation related to its increasing Antarctic activities, a senior Chinese official said Tuesday.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1993    2017-04-17 15:25:19
  China, Finland agree to advance ties, deepen cooperation
HELSINKI -- China and Finland agreed Wednesday to establish and promote a future-oriented new-type cooperative partnership, with both sides pledging to enhance political mutual trust and deepen pragmatic cooperation.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1994    2017-04-10 15:26:15
  A crack in Antarctica is forming an iceberg the size of Delaware
An iceberg the size of Delaware is starting to break away from Antarctica. It began with a small crack, but has now grown 70 miles long and more than 300 feet wide. When it reaches the edges of the ice sheet, the state-sized chunk will drift away into the sea.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1956    2016-12-20 10:37:47
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