Tag: Ross Ice Shelf

Sea Life Beneath The Antarctic Ice Shelf Is Changing Dramatically: Global Warming To Blame?

A team of scientists are currently in an expedition on the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica to study how marine life has changed over the years. What they discovered was startling, and it might be all because of global warming.

Earth/Environment November 28, 2017

WISSARD Scientists Discover 'Lost World' of Mysterious Fish, Crustaceans and Jellyfish Beneath Antarctic Ice Shelf

A rich marine ecosystem has been discovered deep beneath the ice of Antarctica. What do we know so far about the lifeforms found there?

January 25, 2015

Drifting B31 iceberg, six times larger than Manhattan, is under watch by NASA scientists

An iceberg half the size of Greater London is now on the loose in open water. Where will it head next? Scientists tracking it call it a slow waiting game.

Earth/Environment April 27, 2014

Antarctica robot discovers new species of upside-down sea anemone underwater

Scientists exploring the currents underneath the Rose Ice Shelf in Antarctica have stumbled onto a new species of sea anemone that had tentacles, burrowed upside down in the ice, and glowed orange.

Animals January 17, 2014

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