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#NDTVAtDavos | “It could impact the monsoon in India which is a massive thing for your economy...we all are affected by climate change”: British Antarctic Survey scientist Jeremy Wilkinson talks about impact of loss of Arctic sea ice. #Davos2020  #WorldEconomicForum 

An aurora sometimes referred to as polar lights, northern lights (aurora borealis), or southern lights (aurora australis), is a natural light display in the Earth's sky, predominantly seen in the Arctic and Antarctic. This is how an Aurora is created.

Film, found in Arctic, is a documentary about Antarctic explorers of the 1970s

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Melting ice in Arctic and Antarctic Listen to @TomFeilden ⁩ reporting at 0643 in ⁦⁩ @BBCr4todaydited  by ⁦⁩ @GretaThunberg 

For 11 years, @NASA’s Operation#IceBridge  flew above the Arctic, Antarctic and Alaska, measuring the height, depth, thickness & change of sea ice, glaciers & ice sheets. Team leaders reflect on the campaign's 1,056 flights at #AGU19  & at

A lot can happen in a decade! For @NASA_ICE’s Operation#IceBridge  mission, it took just over 10 years to completely revamp our view of Earth’s polar regions. Flying over the Arctic, Antarctic & Alaska, IceBridge bridged the gap between ICESat & #ICESat2 .

China is excited by economic possibilities in the Arctic, but the Antarctic has less obvious appeal

@WMO  Global sea levels reached their highest level ever in October 2019 since high-precision tracking began, says @WMO . The rate of sea level rise has consistently sped up since 1993, compounded by near-record drops this year in Arctic and Antarctic sea ice. http

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The study, published in the journal Science Advances, documented the effects of warming in the Arctic and Antarctic.

China is excited by economic possibilities in the Arctic, but the Antarctic has less obvious appeal

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After decades of gradual increases, Antarctic sea ice is now decreasing faster than that in the Arctic, according to new research based on 40 years' worth of satellite data

After decades of gradual increases, Antarctic sea ice is now decreasing faster than that in the Arctic, according to new research based on 40 years' worth of satellite data

Fish at opposite ends of the world independently evolved antifreeze genes. In 1997, Christina Cheng worked out how the Antarctic ones did it. Two decades later, she has finally solved the origin of the Arctic gene--and it's *complicated*!

A ‘supercolony’ of rare, Adelie penguins were found swarming a remote chain of islands in the Antarctic Peninsula. The arctic avians were thought to be in decline for the past 40 years due to climate change.

The Arctic has not been as warm as it currently is for at least 44,000 years. There’s convincing evidence that there was less sea ice in the Antarctic as recently as 128,000 years ago. Humanity is writing new geological history this week:

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Today we've protected a huge part of the Arctic AND the Antarctic. It's a really good day 😃 #AntarcticaDay2017 

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Arctic temps this week forecast to be as much as 54F/30C above average; Antarctic as much as 36F/20C

We've never seen anything like what's happening in the Arctic and Antarctic right now. This is a new era. Source:

Each winter, sea ice forms in the Arctic & Antarctic, then retreats in the summer. Explore sea ice w/ @NASAEarth :…

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“Arctic" derives from Arktos, the Greek word for Bear. The Arctic's got em. (For now.) The Ant-Arctic doesn't.

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