Category Archives: Meteorology and Climatology

What Lies Beneath

There is fresh speculation that a sinister substance lies beneath the vast ice sheets covering most of Antarctica, something that could contribute to (and possibly accelerate) the process of global warming.

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Your Daily Loss of South Carolina

Arctic sea ice follows and annual cycle of melting and freezing. ┬áIn summer months, sea ice is shed to an annual minimum level of ice coverage, before the cooler temperatures and shorter days of autumn terminate the melting period and … Continue reading

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