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Plants and People: Moving to Antarctica for Good—or Bad?

Plants and People: Moving to Antarctica for Good—or Bad?

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 7, 2016 0

There are some new colonists ready to take over Antarctica. They aren’t human—yet. But an international study, led by the Australian National University (ANU), has found that several forms of marine life can now

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Cruising in Style in the Amazon: Must See & Do

Cruising in Style in the Amazon: Must See & Do

Peter Davis Krahenbuhl December 7, 2015 0

There is nothing quite like exploring the world’s largest and greatest rainforest than on a unique and intimate Amazon River cruise. Exploring one of the world’s largest tropical forest reserves on a once in

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Six Adventures that Will Make You Love Winter

Six Adventures that Will Make You Love Winter

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 10, 2015 0

According to Climate Central, an independent organization of scientists and journalists that researches and reports the facts about our changing climate, last year was the hottest in the past 135. Now, as we approach

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Photo Journal: Three Places To Still See Icebergs

Photo Journal: Three Places To Still See Icebergs

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 30, 2015 5

Icebergs, those floating carvings that rival any great artist’s sculptures, are enthralling. Because they move, tip, constantly change and evolve, they seem to be living, “breathing” creations. They become even more precious when you

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Travel Tale: Rite of Passage—Crossing the Drake

Travel Tale: Rite of Passage—Crossing the Drake

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 18, 2015 6

I’ve wanted to go to Antarctica ever since I first heard about it when I was a young child, probably in a children’s book about penguins or on TV. I thought it looked like

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Video: How Whales Help Sequester CO2

Video: How Whales Help Sequester CO2

Candice Gaukel Andrews April 30, 2015 18

We know that the world’s forests—boreal, temperate and tropical—play a large role in sequestering carbon dioxide (CO2)—as long as drought, harvesting, insect damage and wildfires don’t overpower them. But we may have another “champion”

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