Climate Science

Grant to understand future impacts on the atmosphere

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Grant to understand future impacts on the atmosphere

A new project to improve scientists understanding of the impact of space weather and climate change on the atmosphere starts this month (January 2022). A team from British Antarctic Survey, … The post Grant to understand future impacts on the atmosphere appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Cold comfort: Arctic seabirds find refugia from climate change and potential competition in marginal ice zones and fjords

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Universities Network: COP26 Images of Innovation Exhibition

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Universities Network: COP26 Images of Innovation Exhibition

The Innovation Showcase explains how innovative science and technology is helping or, in future, could substantially help the goals of COP26 and of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, enabling adaptation to climate change or informing action related to climate change. The post Universities Network: COP26 Images of Innovation Exhibition appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Quantification of blue carbon pathways contributing to negative feedback on climate change following glacier retreat in West Antarctic fjords

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DEEPICE: Network of young researchers to unveil past climate change in Antarctica

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DEEPICE: Network of young researchers to unveil past climate change in Antarctica

A network of international researchers launches a European collaboration this week ( 14 October 2021). This collaboration will train a new generation of scientists to understand how past climate changes … The post DEEPICE: Network of young researchers to unveil past climate change in Antarctica appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Frozen in time: climate change challenge to be showcased at upcoming sustainability conference

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Frozen in time: climate change challenge to be showcased at upcoming sustainability conference

A dramatic art installation symbolising our warming climate will be launched at the Cambridge Cleantech annual conference on 20 October as the city’s innovators and scientists gather together to brainstorm … The post Frozen in time: climate change challenge to be showcased at upcoming sustainability conference appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Britain’s Arctic Research Station celebrates 30 years of science and monitoring climate change

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Britain’s Arctic Research Station celebrates 30 years of science and monitoring climate change

The Arctic Station in Ny-Ålesund, Svalbard in Norway, the UK’s permanent Arctic research facility, celebrates its 30 years anniversary this week (Tuesday 28 September) as it continues to undertake critical … The post Britain’s Arctic Research Station celebrates 30 years of science and monitoring climate change appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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Societal importance of Antarctic negative feedbacks on climate change: blue carbon gains from sea ice, ice shelf and glacier losses.

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The post Societal importance of Antarctic negative feedbacks on climate change: blue carbon gains from sea ice, ice shelf and glacier losses. appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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High geothermal heat flow beneath Thwaites Glacier in West Antarctica inferred from aeromagnetic data.

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Warming Western Antarctic Peninsula waters impact plankton community

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Warming Western Antarctic Peninsula waters impact plankton community

Warming water and receding sea ice in the Western Antarctic Peninsula is changing the local plankton community with potential consequences for climate change, according to research led by scientists from … The post Warming Western Antarctic Peninsula waters impact plankton community appeared first on British Antarctic Survey.

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