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  • Atlas of Southern Ocean Life Released

    The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research released the world’s most comprehensive review of life in the Southern Ocean on Aug. 25. The atlas discovered numerous species and gathered new insights into the behavioral patterns and evolution of already well-known creatures. It highlights the complexity of the Southern Ocean ecosystem and provides a window into how much there is still to learn... Read More

  • A Need for New Antarctic Protections

    Spared from much of the widespread pollution, invasive species, and large-scale commercial fishing imperiling the world’s oceans, the waters surrounding Antarctica hold some of the most pristine and diverse marine ecosystems on earth. However, conditions are changing and there is an urgent need to protect the Southern Ocean from overfishing and to address the impacts of climate change. Read More

  • New Study Projects Decline of Emperor Penguins

    By the end of this century, the global population of emperor penguins will decline 19 to 33 percent from current levels, according to a new study in the journal Nature Climate Change. Read More

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