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Exploring the Risks of Oil Spills in the Beaufort Sea
Science & Tech  (tags: research, Beaufort Sea, oil spills, arctic, environment, humans, oceans, nature )

Lone
- 11 days ago - blog.wwf.ca
The risk is very real, but too often our ideas about it are shaped by media images, rather than by information and science. The truth is that we really have very little information about what an oil spill in the Arctic would look like
Climate Change Has Polar Bears on Egg Diet
Science & Tech  (tags: Arctic, climate change, Canada, polar bears, birds, environment, discovery, global warming, research, study )

Michael
- 194 days ago - cbc.ca
Shrinking Arctic sea ice has left polar bears scrambling to find food, and they've taken to eggs in a big way, unfortunately for the birds.
Why the Arctic Is Drunk Right Now
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, Arctic, jet stream, climatechange, science, amplitude, environment )

Nancy
- 226 days ago - motherjones.com
As the Arctic rapidly heats up, however, there's less of a temperature difference between the equator and the poles, and the downhill slope in the atmosphere is accordingly less steep. This creates a weaker jet stream, a jet stream that meanders more or-
Acidifying Arctic Ocean Threatens Food Web in the North: Research
Science & Tech  (tags: environment, investigation, research, science, scientists, Canada, Arctic, ocean acidification, oceans, pH, climate, climate change, study )

Michael
- 236 days ago - ctvnews.ca
Scientists huddled in a sea ice camp on the Arctic Ocean have produced new evidence that climate change could be threatening the food web in the far North.
Eastern Arctic Temperatures Likely at 120,000-Year High
Science & Tech  (tags: interesting, discovery, environment, research, science, scientists, study, Arctic, global warming, climate change, Canada )

Michael
- 300 days ago - cbc.ca
Melting ice caps on Baffin Island have exposed evidence suggesting that average summertime temperatures in the Eastern Canadian Arctic are higher than they've been since the beginning of the last ice age 120,000 years ago.
Wooly Mammoth Found In Siberia Still Has Liquid Blood In It -- Frozen Mammoth Discovery Reopens Debate Over Cloning Read More at
Science & Tech  (tags: science, research, discovery, frozen wooly mammoth, arctic, biology, Siberia )

Beatrice
- 442 days ago - planetsave.com
A frozen woolly mammoth carcass was recently discovered in Siberia which -- amazingly -- still contains liquid blood in it. The mammoth is estimated to be about 10,000 years old, and was discovered in the remote New Siberian Islands, in the Read more
Arctic Bacteria Discovered Breeding at Record -15 C
Science & Tech  (tags: discovery, science, scientists, research, arctic, bacteria, study, interesting, Canada )

Michael
- 456 days ago - cbc.ca
Bacteria that can live and multiply in High Arctic permafrost at temperatures well below the freezing point of water have been discovered by a Canadian-led team of researchers.
Giant Camel Ancestors Lived in the Arctic
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, animals, Arctic, camels, Canadian Museum of Nature, discovery, interesting, news, research, science )

Dan
- 533 days ago - sciencenews.org
Scientists unearthed fossils of a giant camel that roamed the Arctic 3 million years ago. These huge prehistoric beasts crossed into Eurasia when a land bridge connected Alaska and Russia. Logged in Doomwatch Legacy by Sunstroke author David Kagan.
Loss of Arctic Ice, Loss of Scientific Integrity
Science & Tech  (tags: climate, climate change, sea ice, arctic, Canada, Harper, science, scientists, study, environment )

Michael
- 550 days ago - cbc.ca
A European satellite named Cryosat has detected record losses in the volume of ice in the Arctic Ocean.
Yikes! Government Details 6 Most Terrifying Arctic Trends
Science & Tech  (tags: Arctic, climate change, ecosystems, ocean acidification, sea ice, wildlife )

Julie
- 622 days ago - motherjones.com
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) published its seventh-annual Arctic Report Card this week, and though they didn't hand out a grade as they have in the past, it might as well be marked "G" for grim.
The Arctic Ocean Diaries: Dispatch No. 5
Science & Tech  (tags: ocean, Arctic, climate change, research, study, scientists, science, environment, investigation )

JL
- 677 days ago - motherjones.com
journey aboard the the US Coast Guard icebreaker Healy, following a team of scientists who are investigating how a changing climate might be affecting the chemistry of ocean and atmosphere in the Arctic.
Canadian Arctic Nearly Loses Entire Ice Shelf
Science & Tech  (tags: Arctic, climate change, environment, oceans, science, sea ice )

Julie
- 1056 days ago - entertainment.verizon.com
"Recent (ice shelf) loss has been very rapid, and goes hand-in-hand with the rapid sea ice decline we have seen in this decade and the increasing warmth and extensive melt in the Arctic regions,"
Sinking Beneath the Seas: Canadian Coast Under Threat in New Predictions
Science & Tech  (tags: Arctic, climate change costs, coastal communities, environment, greenhouse gases, research, rising sea level )

Julie
- 1196 days ago - davidsuzuki.org
New research shows that glaciers, sea ice, and ice sheets like the one that covers Greenland are now melting more quickly than before due to global climate change. As a consequence, oceans will rise by 0.9 to 1.6 metres in this century.
Record Loss of Ozone Over Arctic
Science & Tech  (tags: science, technology, ESA, ozone, arctic, atmosphere, polar vortex, weather )

Beatrice
- 1235 days ago - esa.int
ESA's Envisat satellite has measured record low levels of ozone over the Euro-Atlantic sector of the northern hemisphere during March. This record low was caused by unusually strong winds, known as the polar vortex, which isolated the atmospheric mass
Arctic Bacteria With 100-Million-Year Hibernation Cycle Discovered
Science & Tech  (tags: bacteria, arctic, habitat, science, scientists )

Michelle
- 1431 days ago - stumbleupon.com
With a hibernation period of up to 100 million years, bacteria discovered on the Arctic sea floor may have longest life cycle of any known Earthly organism. Casey Hubert from the Geosciences Group and colleagues came discovered the bacteria
 

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