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A crack in Antarctica is forming an iceberg the size of Delaware  
2016-12-20  
    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.  
  
Soliciting Contributions to Special Issues in Journal Advances in Polar Science: “Climate and Environment Change in Pol  
2016-11-11  
     A Special Issues entitled “Climate and Environment Change in Polar Regions” was proposed to be published in September of 2017 in Advances in Polar Science (http://www.aps-polar.org) and we would like to invite you to submit a manuscript for consideration for this Special Issue, which is outlined  
  
Soliciting Contributions to Special Issues in Journal Advances in Polar Science: “Response of Polar Organisms and Natur  
2016-11-11  
     A Special Issues entitled “Response of polar organisms and natural environment to global changes” was scheduled to be published in June of 2017 in Advances in Polar Science (http://www.aps-polar.org) and we would like to invite you to submit a manuscript for consideration for this Special Issue,  
  
SCIENTISTS THINK THEY’VE SOLVED AN ANCIENT ANTARCTIC MYSTERY  
2016-10-25  
    About 2.6 million-to-5.6 million years ago, during the Pliocene epoch, a geologic mystery transpired. Somehow, fossils from tiny algae with hard shells called diatoms ended up spread over rock formations in the Transantarctic Mountains. Flash forward millions of years later, and human geologists are  
  
Major (SCI) Papers on Polar Research (Published during the Period of September 2014 to September 2015)
Science Feature: Potential sea-level rise from Antarctic ice-sheet instability constrained by observations
    

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