Wed. Jan 16th, 2019

Antarctic climate change: Scientists visit the world’s most remote island

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Scientists believe a remote island in the South Atlantic can tell them about the changing winds blowing around Antarctica. These winds have strengthened in recent decades and have pulled up warm ocean water from the deep. This warm water is causing glaciers at the edge of the continent to melt.

Scientists visit the world’s most remote island

Studying ice cores on a small island in the South Atlantic will help us understand why Antarctica’s glaciers are melting.

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