Geopolitics of the Poles in the Anthropocene Age

 Science and politics are intricately intertwined more so in Polar Regions where science ensures access. The Antarctic Treaty has provided an excellent platform for resolving minor irritants even though some experts feel that the Treaty is lately hollowing (Hemmings, 2017). Even at the height of the cold war period when the ‘the potential for the […]

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Climate Change in the Southern Ocean

Climate Change in the Southern Ocean

Although Antarctica is better protected by international legislations, the Arctic usually commands most of the attention among climate watchers, especially in the case of the melting of sea ice and its subsequent impacts. However, like the Arctic Ocean, Climate Change in the Southern Ocean also deserves the attention of climate watchers. The Importance of the […]

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Antarctic aquatic environments

Antarctic Subglacial Lakes Might Offer Unique Surprises

Radar measurements of subterranean Antarctica have revealed that a massive network of rivers, streams and lakes exist beneath the ice sheet in Antarctica. These regions are host to a number of Antarctic aquatic environments beneath the Antarctic ice sheet. Subglacial Lakes in Antarctica The radar measurements used include both surface and airborne radar measurements that […]

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