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Larsen Ice Shelf Breakoff: Our Future in Ice

Larsen Ice Shelf Breakoff: Our Future in Ice

Candice Gaukel Andrews July 25, 2017 0

A gigantic iceberg has just broken off from Antarctica’s massive Larsen C Ice Shelf. The berg began its independent life sometime in the middle of July 2017. And it’s huge. The 2,200-square-mile iceberg weighs a

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Yuko in Action – An Antarctica Travel Tale | Olaf’s Corner

Yuko in Action – An Antarctica Travel Tale | Olaf’s Corner

Olaf Malver February 23, 2015 1

I had a client called Yuko. Tough in action, sweet in demeanor. Big on doing, little on small talk. Those are my favorite kind of clients on expeditions. I was introduced to her and

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Climate Change: Political Science vs. Soil Science

Climate Change: Political Science vs. Soil Science

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 20, 2015 21

Americans may finally be getting more concerned about climate change, according to the Pew Research Center. In a brand-new survey about policy priorities that was conducted January 7–11, 2015, the organization found that more of us now

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Antarctic Ice Sculptures: Mother Nature’s Awe Inspiring Artwork

Antarctic Ice Sculptures: Mother Nature’s Awe Inspiring Artwork

Natural Habitat Adventures September 13, 2014 0

Think it’s too late to go to Antarctica this year? Not so! There are some fantastic discounts being offered on our remaining 2014 Antarctica cruises. We’re celebrating with a month full of fascinating stories

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