Antarctic continent

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The emphasis was now placed on fact not conjecture, but results were still minor in extent when viewed against the whole of the Antarctic continent.
Several days earlier, we had made our first landing on the Antarctic Continent at Neko Harbor, at the head of a massive glacier and our first opportunity to meet and march amongst the penguins.
Mystery in Antarctica begins when a flight of unidentified fighter is photographed near the Antarctic continent.
If sea ice declines as predicted by climate models used by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, emperor penguins across the Antarctic continent will be in serious decline by the end of this century.
Phoenix-S1, after launch from an observation site called S17 on Antarctic continent ice sheet, climbed up being suspended under a rubber balloon while aerosol number density observation and sampling were performed.
Jim Harland, a former Chronicle journalist, when researching the book, came across Captain William Smith who, early in the 17th century built a boat in Blyth and sailed it to the Antarctic where he was thought to have discovered the Antarctic continent.
In December 2013, Maria became the first person in the world to cycle from the edge of the Antarctic continent to the South Pole.
The Antarctic continent, roughly the size of the United States and Mexico combined, is composed of rock covered by glaciers some 16,000 feet thick.
Bertozzi's newest graphic novel explores the adventures of another famous explorer, Ernest Shackleton, who led one of the most ambitious expeditions of the Antarctic continent.
A few of the accomplishments that have earned him his place in the record books include being the first to circumnavigate the world along its polar axis, leading the first hovercraft expedition up the Nile - the longest river in the world, completing the first unsupported crossing of the Antarctic Continent (with Dr Mike Stroud) which was the longest unsupported polar journey in history, and discovering the lost city of Ubar on the Yemeni border in 1992, after seven previous searches.
He was the first explorer to completely cross the Antarctic continent unsupported, and in 2009, aged 65, climbed to the summit of Mount Everest, becoming the oldest Briton ever to do so.
Strengthening of these westerly winds helps us to explain why large parts of the Antarctic continent are not yet showing evidence of climate warming," said Dr Mulvaney, from the British Antarctic Survey.
Antarctic Program on the Antarctic continent and in the Southern Ocean.
With an ongoing thirst for more discovery, polar travel and scientific research, we now will take the pledge that all our fellow expeditioners here today, on our trusty steed Polar Pioneer, have become true ambassadors to the Antarctic Continent and its surrounding waters: "We will keep Antarctica pristine and untouched for peace, harmony and nature.
Xue Long's mission -- China's 30th to the Antarctic continent -- which included construction of a new research base, site inspection for another and a range of scientific work, will now have to be revised, Qu said.
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