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  China to build its first Antarctic airport in November
The Chinese are not very used to flying to the southernmost continent, because the country's first polar plane, the Xueying (or Snow Eagle) 601, was put into use only three years ago.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2258    2018-10-31 16:25:23
  China-Iceland Arctic Science Observatory inaugurated in northern Iceland
The China-Iceland Arctic Science Observatory was inaugurated and officially began operation on Thursday in northern Iceland.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2257    2018-10-19 16:16:31
  Kidnapping in the Antarctic animal world?
Amphipods of the suborder Hyperiidea are popular prey for fish and sea birds. They play an important role in the Southern Ocean food web, which is why biologist Dr Charlotte Havermans is investigating the distribution, abundance and ecological role of various species of amphipods.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2242    2018-09-11 17:40:34
  Satellite images show Arctic's "last bastion" of thickest ice melting
Recent NASA satellite images show that some of the oldest and thickest ice in the Arctic is melting, reports said.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2241    2018-08-27 17:38:32
  Ocean currents adding to erosion of Arctic glaciers
An Australian-led international study has discovered that changes to ocean currents like the Gulf Stream, may have driven the erosion of Arctic glaciers in southeast of Greenland 13,000 to 11,500 years ago.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2240    2018-08-11 17:36:16
  Arctic carbon cycle is speeding up: study
LOS ANGELES, Aug 7 (Xinhua) -- Using data from the Arctic Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE), a new study shows that the Arctic carbon cycle is speeding up, and is now at a pace more characteristic of a North American boreal forest than of the icy Arctic.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2238    2018-08-10 18:17:06
  Journal Advances in Polar Science Sees Rapid Development and Progress of CHINARE Program on Arctic Science
China’s membership in the International Arctic Science Committee in 1996 marked its more active participation and wider international cooperation in scientific research in the Arctic.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2189    2018-07-31 17:19:16
  China's icebreaker Xuelong conducts meteorological observation during 9th Arctic expedition
China's icebreaker Xuelong conducts meteorological observation during 9th Arctic expedition
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2237    2018-07-29 17:51:05
  Call for Papers: Special Issue ‘Geology and palaeontology of the James Ross Basin, Antarctic Peninsula’
Dear Colleagues, We would like to invite you to submit manuscripts to the thematic issue of the journal Advances in Polar Science (APS) on “Geology and palaeontology of the James Ross Basin, Antarctic Peninsula”. This is a call for original articles in earth and life sciences focusing on different themes, including stratigraphy, palaeoclimate, palaeoenvironments, palaeobiology, palaeoecology, palaeogeography, evolution, and systematics within the James Ross Basin region.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2175    2018-05-28 10:20:11
   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=2171    2018-05-21 09:01:37
  Polar Climate Change: Driving Processes, Extreme Events, and Global Linkages
Extended deadline to 31 May 2018 for submission to special issue ‘Polar Climate Change: Driving Processes, Extreme Events, and Global Linkages’
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2166    2018-05-08 10:00:13
  China's icebreaker Xuelong returns to Shanghai after finishing 34th Antarctic expedition
China's research icebreaker Xuelong finished the country's 34th Antarctic expedition and returned to Shanghai on Saturday.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2160    2018-04-23 10:16:33
  China, Norway to boost cooperation in Arctic climate research
China and Norway plan to increase cooperation on Arctic climate monitoring and prediction.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=2161    2018-04-22 10:22:07
  Hydrothermal vent, cold seep discovered in same sea floor area in Antarctica
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
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