Antarctic FAQ
Living and Working in Antarctica Who lives in Antarctica? Where do you stay and what were you (an elementary school teacher) doing in Antarctica? What was unusual or unique about Antarctica? Can you give an example of one of the other research projects at ... It's against an international agreement called the Antarctic Treaty, which was created over 50 years ago between 12 nations. This treaty protects all wildlife in Antarctica, stating, "...all human activities must be planned and conducted so as to minimize environmental impacts".
5 April
Library Resource Finder: Record Holdings
The Antarctic dictionary a complete guide to Antarctic English /. Bernadette Hince. ... English language - Antarctica - Etymology - Dictionaries. |
31 January
GFS Analysis+Forecast Maps
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2 December
Ylvisaker Library Etymology Resources
Klein, Ernest. A Comprehensive Etymological Dictionary of the English Language. 2 vols. New York: Elsevier, 1966. ... Onions, Charles. The Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology. Oxford: Clarendon, 1966. [REF PE1580 .O5].
Etymology - "Mafia".
18 July
London Dominguez. Glaciation of Antarctica.
About Antarctica: Seals
Although there are 35 species of seals, only six types live in Antarctica: Antarctic Fur Seals, Crabeater Seals, Leopard Seals, Ross Seals, and Weddell Seals. However, these six species make up the majority of the world's seal population. With no natural land predators, such as polar bears or man, Antarctic seals behave much differently than northern seals--showing little fear of man.
29 December
Aurora Forecast | Geophysical Institute
Weather permitting, low-level displays will be visible overhead from Macquarie Island, Australia and the Japanese antarctic Syowa Station, and visible low on the southern horizon from Halley Bay, Antarctica.
4 December
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9 November
Etymology of Neuroscience Terms
[Etymology of Neuroscience Terms] | [Return to Top of E.H. Chudler's Page].
31 December
Rutgers University Department of Physics and Astronomy
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17 December
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20 January
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12 December
Culture: Root from Latin: cultura from colere Inhabit a colonus (colony) Cultivate a cultura animi (Cicero) Honor with worship a cultus (worship). French Couture Culture (until 18C, always accompanied by a grammatical fo English The independent and a...
Polar Regions and Oceans Maps - Perry-Castaneda Map...
Perry-Castaneda Library Map Collection. Polar Regions and Oceans Maps. Antarctic Region. ... Antarctic Region. Antarctica (Small Map) 2016 (9.8K).
5 December
Antarctica - ANU
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13 June
South America. Antarctica.
30 December
Sample Etymology Projects for CLAS224 Word Elements...
Sample Etymology Projects for CLAS224 Word Elements Monmouth College. Automobile Names by John Larson MC ,02. Japanese and English Car Vocabulary by Tomoaki Ishii.
9 December
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27 December
Library Website Search
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3 October
Antarctica. "Ice"sential Facts. Holds 85% of world's fresh water.
16 November
Language Log: Etymology as argument
Etymology as argument. Some linguistic myths are durable because they're useful: the Eskimos have an extraordinary number of different words for snow; the Chinese word for crisis is made up of the words for danger and opportunity; and so on. These myths are useful in part because they exemplify attractive ideas: language reflects experience and influences thought; acute problems can lead to new solutions.
18 June
The Mahon Lab in Antarctica
The Mahon Lab in Antarctica. UPDATE: The November-December 2013 cruise went extremely well. Samples are returning to lab as we speak and we’ll post blog entries on anything new as we go along.
22 August
Antarctica. Like the first men, fear plunges its axis through. Our scientists made a mistake.
15 April
Etymology Project
Look at the etymology of the word: understand this (look up any abbreviations you don't know. Ask me for help if you need it). Follow up hyperlinks and internal references. The full etymology of your word might involve the etymology of another word. ... Helpful hints: When discussing a word as a word, put it in italics. “Runt is a ridiculous word, which bears no etymological relation to run.” When using items from the bibliography, use the short titles I have provided.
9 July
Map of Antarctica
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20 October
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6 February
SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Thayer Watkins. Antarctica. SJSU Economics dept home page.
17 February
Courses | St. Bonaventure University
Latin and Greek Etymology.
21 October
Project MUSE - Correction: Etymology of Missouri
Correction: Etymology of Missouri. Michael McCafferty Indiana University.
16 August
Fabulous Latin: Etymology i... - Home
Fabulous Latin: Etymology in Stories draft 2015. Home. Catalyst Tools.
10 May
I wish -- stay tuned. Return to World Map.
1 May
2 December
ETYMOLOGY RIDDLES. BARBARA HUNT LAZERSON Normal, illinois. With the aid of the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, which contains 46 page s of Indo- European roots, one can discover that words that appear to be completely unrelated ... The point of an etymology riddle is that the cognate words share a common semantic element that is not readily apparent because some of the semantic and/ or phonological changes that have occurred over t!le centuries have masked the com­ mon origin of the cognates.
Daily Ozone Concentration at Halley, Antarctica
British Antarctic Survey.
12 April
Item Removed - UM Repository
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11 December
Antarctica | Academics | University of Colorado Denver
Antarctica, situated in the southern hemisphere and almost entirely south of the Antarctic Circle, is the fifth largest continent in area, with 98% of its land mass covered by ice. ... Antarctica Wind Farm - the world’s southern-most wind-farm is being built by New Zealand-based Meridian Energy at Crater Hill, Ross Island, Antarctica to power the needs of New Zealand’s Scott Base as well as the American McMurdo Station.
19 January
This is a description of Deaf Studies Digital Journal.
This is a description of Deaf Studies Digital Journal.
8 November
Eric Hiatt / Antarctica Wildlife
Back to Antarctica Research Page.
11 December
CIA - The World Factbook -- Antarctica
Antarctica :: Antarctica.
20 October
Antarctic Team :: Abstract
Greetings! Welcome to the Antarctic's Team web site. This site documents the research that we've conducted during the 2011 - 2012 academic school year. Feel Free to Navigate.
25 July
What is etymology?
What is "etymology"? The etymology of a word refers to its origin and the historical roots of the term as a linguistic form. Etymology, in general, is the theory and study of the origins and history of linguistic form.
27 March
Ag Etymology
Ag Etymology. Goats.
18 August
Digital Collections
The Ohio State University Libraries Digital Collections makes digital representations of materials from the Libraries’ collections available for research. The materials are only a small portion of the visual materials in the Libraries collections and...
16 September
Professor Janet Albert has written about the etymology of...
Professor Janet Albert has written about the etymology of textile names and conducted research for product data merchandising software. Additionally, Professor Albert has been involved with the historical aspect of fabrics and costume design and its relationship to influences in modern adaptations.
Antarctic Invertebrates: Additional Resources
Additional Resources. NSF United States Antarctic Program Homepage. Antarctic Invertebrates Flickr group. Underwater Field Guide to Ross Island & McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Copepod- NOAA & NMFS online plankton database. SCAR-MarBIN Portal. Census of Antarctic Marine Life. Australian Antarctic Data Center. Smithsonian Institution.
27 March
Remote Sensing in Antarctica
Home. Satellites. Antarctica Mapping Mission. COOL Images. Related Links.
24 April
Exploring the Gamburtsev Mts, Antarctica
30 November
MetEd: Teaching and Training Resources for the Geoscience...
MetEd: Teaching and Training Resources for the Geoscience Community...
16 July
Etymology: The Secret History of Words
Etymology, n. /??d??m?l?d?i/. < Greek ?????????? (etymologia), “the true account or analysis of a word.”
NC State Alumni Association - NC State University Alumni...
Read More. WolfTreks: Astounding Antarctica. WolfTreks: Astounding Antarctica. Join WolfTreks Travel for an expedition through dramatic ice landscapes, wildlife-rich channels and the dynamic ecosystem of the 7th continent in February 2018.
16 December
Microsoft PowerPoint - 03A - Map Skills Lec
*Russia vs. India. 1B-5. *Australia vs. Antarctica.
Exploratorium: Antarctica: People Photo Gallery
C-141 at Rest Heaters keep engines warm as re-fueling takes place.
31 December
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25 January
Redirect to Bear etymology
Martin Votruba. If you have not been redirected to the correct page automatically, click here: Bear etymology link.
10 February
Back to Antarctica 2001-2002.
18 April
Unstable Places and Generic Spaces: Thrillers set in Antarctica
Unstable Places and Generic Spaces: Thrillers set in Antarctica...
24 February
Index << Prev Next >>.
11 January
Antarctica’s White Wilderness
Antarctica’s White Wilderness Feb. 6-21, 2015. Reading/Media List.
14. Blue Ice in Antarctica
Antarctica is the best place in the world to find meteorites, and the search for Antarctic meteorites begins with the search for blue ice. ... A fallen meteorite in Antarctica is quickly covered by snow and buried in one of the great Antarctic glaciers. The glaciers slowly move toward the ocean, and their ice turns blue because all its air bubbles are squeezed out.
18 April
Ice Quiz
Ice Quiz. Back to Antarctica Homepage.
9 February
MTU Media Relations
Returned 1 results for search string "Antarctica". Search by Researcher or Story Topic. The (South) Polar Express - 3/7/2005 Blazing a trail across Antarctica. View All Stories.
20 May
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20 August
Union County College
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21 May
Big Signal 2000: Antarctica
Dreamweaver 2 Help Pages.
28 February
Upcoming Events | Harvard Museum of Natural History
For Students in Grades 6-8. Monday through Thursday, April 17–April 20, 2017. 9:30am–3:00pm Read more about HMNH Game Design Week. Ages 9–13. Instructor: Erica Beade. Wolves and coyotes, leopards and lions! Join us to explore the world of big cats an...
12 January
Internet Storm Center - SANS Internet Storm Center
SANS Internet Storm Center - A global cooperative cyber threat / internet security monitor and alert system. Featuring daily handler diaries with summarizing and analyzing new threats to networks and internet security events.
8 August
Geology of Antarctica
The kids get to inspect rock and fossil specimens from the Antarctic.
2 December
Questions & Comments. Your Name. Your E-mail. Comment.
6 May
These are pictures of field work in West Antarctica, near Ice-stream B, around McMurdo, and on an icebreaker offshore Antarctica south of Chile. Click on the menu to the left for different pages of Photos. Up Bravo (Upstream B) was a remote camp on ice stream "B" that feeds the Ross Ice Shelf.
24 September
imageREAL Capture
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OEC - Connections of Sawn Wood in Antarctica (2011)
14 April
Blood Falls, Antarctica - MicrobeWiki
Blood Falls, Antarctica is a subglacier outflow that hosts a habitat of microbes. Blood Falls is able to be seen due to the interactions between Taylor Glacier and Lake Bonney. The subglacier outflow...
9 April
From John Ayto, Dictionary of Word Origins: modest Etymologically, modest means "kept within due measure." It comes via French from Latin modestus, a derivative of the same source as produced English moderate. This was modes-, a close relat...
15 March
Bookmarks. Winter Holiday. Holiday Shapes. United States. Continents. Plants & Animals.
29 August
Terms defined in ‘Neologisms’ - Dictionary
YOU'RE 'FLIER'ED Etymology : More… 'gasming. (verb) A short-handed way to describe an intense, momentary feeling of pleasure (usually elicited by really good food). = ... Etymology : [clipping of magazine] =Loose Lips Sink More…
5 June
Sea Stacks, Gibbs Island, Antarctica
Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay First-time Visitors: Please visit Site Map and Disclaimer. Use "Back" to return here. When rocky headlands are eroded by the sea, the last remnants are often isolated rocks called sea stacks. These are on the north shore of Gibbs Island, Antarctica. Notice there is no snow or ice in the picture. Not everything in Antarctica is covered by ice.
23 September
Use a dictionary to develop a simple definition. A simple definition identifies a term’s class, characteristics, qualities, and lists synonyms with similar meaning. Sometimes, it is interesting to include the word’s etymology. Etymology, which is also found in the dictionary, provides information about the word’s language of origin, its history and its roots, and may be useful in developing extended definition essays.
Etymology of Selected Words of Indian Language Origin
5. Dravidian Etymological Dictionary 2nd Edition Oxford Claredon Press, Oxford 1984. 6. FAIES Indo-European Studies Bulletin Volume 9, No:1 March/April 2000. 7. A comparative study of the Dravidian and South Indian Family of Languages by Caldwell Robert.
30 December
Education in Russia for Foreigners: Russian as a Foreign...
Orthography. Russian spelling is reasonably phonemic in practice. It is in fact a balance among phonemics, morphology, etymology, and grammar; and, like that of most living languages, has its share of inconsistencies and controversial points. A number of rigid spelling rules introduced between the 1880s and 1910s have been responsible for the latter whilst trying to eliminate the former.
9 July
3 February
Durden v | B. Antarctica is a designated public forum.
Opposing counsel may try to argue that Antarctica is like the moon, which the Supreme Court ruled was not a traditional public forum in Svensen v. United States (1978), given that the moon cannot sustain life. That case does not apply here, however, given that the case here is easily distinguishable from Svensen because …
31 December
Phytoplankton blooms in the Ross Sea, Antarctica: Interannual
[1] The continental shelf of the Ross Sea, Antarctica, is a unique region within the Southern Ocean. Phytoplankton growth is believed to be seasonally limited, first in austral spring by irradiance, and then in summer by biologically available iron. ... The primary delimiting current, the Antarctic Circumpolar Current (ACC), is forced clockwise around the Antarctic continent by prevailing westerly winds.
The History of Barbecue | The Etymology of Barbecue
The etymology of the term is vague, but the most plausible theory states that the word "barbecue" is a derivative of the West Indian term "barbacoa," which denotes a method of slow-cooking meat over hot coals. ... Barbecue Before the Civil War. The history of barbecue itself, aside from its murky etymological origins, is more clear. For several reasons, the pig became an omnipresent food staple in the South.
2 March
Antarctica Region
Images of Volcanoes in Antarctica. Antarctica.
12 May
Mahatma gandhi university
Course II CoreII SANKHYA, VEDANTA AND NIRUKTA. Aim of the course. To introduce the students to the Sankhya, Vedanta philosophies and the etymology.
Exploring News & Features - Molly Miller's Adventures in...
12 November
ANTARCTICA. Antarctic and antarctic biology and research have fascinated marine biologists for many years. While much of the Antarctic biota contains representatives that are familiar to us, the realm is very much isolated from the rest of the ocean, and several groups are confined to this southern end of the planet. It may surprise you that the Antarctic benthos is very diverse and extraordinarily beautiful, despite the extreme cold.
26 November
Anwen's name
Etymology. Welsh: Very beautiful.
18 March
Antarctica video
12 December
Etymology (ETYM) < Missouri University of Science and...
ETYM 3000 Special Problems (IND 0.0-6.0). Problems or readings on specific subjects or projects in the department. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. ETYM 4306 Introduction To Etymology (LEC 3.0). Introduction to etymology in its broadest sense: origin of words, idioms, writing systems, etc. Prerequisite: Any foreign language course or English 1120.
4 April
Vinson Massif, Antarctica: I Chose to Climb
Climbing Team Antarctica Vinson Massif Seven Summits Climbing Team FAQ Emerging Leaders.
10 December
UNC Global
Global Heel Ryan Seguin ’17 MPH Reduces Health Disparities through Nutrition. During his first two years as an undergraduate at Utah State University, Ryan Seguin ’17 MPH planned to major in exercise and sports science. After his sophomore year, he t...
30 September
Uni In The Brewery - Research & Innovation @ UOW
Hear prominent UOW researchers explain their ideas and research in a relaxed and participatory environment over a few foaming ales...
14 September
The Polish Antarctic Station, Henryk Arctowski
Questions and comments please send to Department of Antarctic Biology Polish Academy of Sciences at
Antarctica ©1991 Suzanne Duranceau. Back.
20 August
Inventing and Organizing Your Argument | Etymology
TECHNIQUE Narration Description Process Cause Effect Compare Contrast Classification Division. Formal definition. Etymology.
South America & Antarctica, 2008-09
View Slideshows from Dr. Barton's Visit to South America, Antarctica and the South Atlantic in December 2008 and January 2009. ... See the Slides from Antarctica.
22 April
Etymology of Words
Etymology of Words. Using the blue keywords in the dictionary section of your text, write the definition for each word and underline the words in the definition that reflect the etymology. Using the Oxford English Dictionary, add any additional information that you find interesting.
13 April
The Influence of Word Etymology Knowledge on Learning of Borrowings. Amra Hodzic Jejna. International University of Novi Pazar / Novi Pazar, Serbia. Key words: etymology, vocabulary, learning, borrowings, students. ABSTRACT. Nowadays English is the first language of more than 350 million people all around the world.
From French to English | Surprising Etymology
You know that etymology is the study of the origin, formation, and development of a word; another term borrowed from Old French (OF) from the Greek etumon, i.e. the literal sense of a word, its original form. Although you already know that English has heavily borrowed from French, you may be surprised, for instance, to learn that.
15 October
Digital Dictionaries of South Asia
This title is being entered by our collegues in Koln, Germany. Yule, Henry. Hobson-Jobson: A glossary of colloquial Anglo-Indian words and phrases, and of kindred terms, etymological, historical, geographical and discursive. ... Macdonell, Arthur Anthony. A practical Sanskrit dictionary with transliteration, accentuation, and etymological analysis throughout. London: Oxford University Press, 1929. "The original edition of this dictionary was published by Messrs.
10 September
Antarctica - Mobile McDermott - McDermott Library, UT Dallas
Antarctica Artist: Nancy Graves Location: Third Floor. It is appropriate that McDermott Library owns a painting by Nancy Graves. Many of her works combine nature, science, and art to form a cartographic representation of part of the Earth. ... In 1975, she created a series of paintings from orbital photos of Antarctica. An exhibit at the Janie C. Lee Gallery in Houston displayed 4 square paintings (2 were 60 inches by 60 inches and 2 were 48 inches by 48 inches). McDermott Library owns one of the larger paintings which hangs in...
28 December
Newsletter | Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets
RT @DevonEarth: New paper compares 5 different #radar data over East #Antarctica, a step towards large mapping of the age structure…
11 August
In Antarctica it gets very cold, so penguins have thick...›glog.php…
fun facts. By Kennesen and Megan. I am a little penguin I just hatched from a egg that my mom laid on the cold ice in Antarctica. I like eating fish, krill, squid, crustaceans, cephalopods and many other things. Emperor Penguins.
18 December
Etymology of 'Compute'
Etymology of 'Compute'. Last Update: 26 February 2010. Note: or material is highlighted.
25 January
The antarctic treaty
Activities in the Antarctic had generally been conducted peacefully and cooperatively. Yet the possibility that exploitable economic resources might be found meant the possibility of future rivalry for their control. Moreover, isolated and uninhabited, the continent might at some time become a potential site for emplacing nuclear weapons. Fortunately, scientific interests rather than political, economic, or military concerns dominated the expeditions sent to Antarctica after World War II.
23 December
A Brief History of Antarctica
This page will be updated shortly. Please check back.
31 October
Not Etymology
Andrew Rea. Not Etymology. in the space between breaths a Secret language uttered from under fingertips & the paper thin bruised skin of your thigh like nothing I want to say. for any thing for ever for you in those dark alleys.
28 December
Untitled Document
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2 December
Untitled Document
Mummified seal, Lake Chad, Dry Valleys, Antarctica.
5 May
Evolution of Human Languages
Meetings. Languages of the World: Etymological Databases. Interactive Maps. E-mail: ... Etymological Databases: Sino-Caucasian etymology, North Caucasian Etymology, Andian Etymology, Abkhaz-Adyghe Etymology, Tsezian Etymology, Dargwa Etymology, Khinalug Etymology, Lak Etymology, Lezghian Etymology, Nakh Etymology, Sino-Tibetan Etymology, Chinese characters, Chinese Dialects, Kiranti etymology, Limbu dictionary, Dumi dictionary, Kulung dictionary...
28 February
EMU I-REP: Browsing DSpace
About DSpace. EMU I-REP >. Browsing by Subject Etymology.
4 July
Waubonsee Community College - Interpreter Training Courses
Interpreter Training Courses. Introduction to Interpreting (ITP200). Etymology for Interpreters (ITP210). Transliterating I (ITP211).
13 June
IceCube (Antarctica)
IceCube (Antarctica). Faculty: Joanna Kiryluk.
6 December
Videos of antarctica
Videos of antarctica. Click on the highlighted titles below Then click on the arrow to start the video. Cruising Antarctica – on board the MS Fram. Get Ready to Explore – hurtigruten comes to Antarctica. Destination Antarctica – photo opportunities Destination Antarctica – what to pack.
What is lexicology?
Etymology: < Latin Atlas, -antem, < Greek ?????, -????; name of one of the older family of gods, who was supposed to hold up the pillars of the universe, and also of the mountain in Libya that was regarded as supporting the heavens. Hence the various fig. uses.... ... There is also an etymological entry and historical examples of the use of the item. Therefore, the OED is based on historical principles in that
11 October
At the Cafe Antarctica
I have fluffy matching underwear. Minderweitigkeitskomplex: I don’t care. The Cafe Antarctica is not a house or prostitution or a strip joint! It is a four star restaurant! Schmitterling: Yes, I know.
30 April
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"Can an ocean of liquid water persist for 4.5 billion years and not have life in it?" - Chris Chyba, SETI Institute. Life in one of Antarctica's underground lakes.
11 March
Examining Antarctica: A geological record of the
EXAMINING ANTARC. A geological record of the last 14 million years of Antarctic climate and tectonic history from. ANDRILL McMurdo Ice Shelf Project. D. Tim Naish, Ross Powell, Rich Levy and the ANDRILL-MIS Science Team uring the Southern Hemisphere's last summer, between October 29 and December 26, about 80 researchers, drillers, educators and sup-port staff from four nations met in Antarctica to drill deeper than ever before into the Antarctic continental margin.
Which group of animals lives in Antarctica?
6. Why do humpback whales migrate to Antarctica? a. For food b. To be in deeper water c. For a change of scenery d. They get chased there by sharks. 7. How do binoculars help scientists? a. By helping them approach the animals quietly. b. By helping them hear sounds made by animals. c. By making images (like whales) larger and easier to see. d. They don’t help scientists in any way.
Antarctica 2013
18 October
Monadenia fidelis
Literature Cited: Synonyms: Etymology: mono – one, aden – gland, referring to the mucous gland; fidelis – dependable.
7 December
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2008.11.11
Vico formed the core of this book; the title comes from an article previously published by the author entitled 'Forgotten Paths: The Making of Vico's Etymology'. 3 Chapter One summarises the modern history of etymology and reviews the scholarship in etymological theory; Chapter Two uses Proclus' term etymegoreia to begin a definition of the terms and concepts of etymology and allegory.
11 November
Penguins | Antarctica
You are going to make a very important decision on this page. You will have to choose between the two places you would like to live in the Southern Hemisphere. You have a choice of Tierra del Fuego or Antarctica. It is okay if you do not know those big words. You are going to read about them below and decide which one is the best for you.
4 September
Boston University Antarctic Research Group
Recent Events. Dr. David Marchant leads the Antarctic Research Group at Boston University. Along with graduate and undergraduate students, David travels to Antarctica as part of his NSF and NASA funded research. Check out our new outreach program, BURECS, funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
10 August
Cochise College P
Antarctica-Mt.Erebus Photos Cochise College Virtual Geology Field Trips. Geology Home Page. Roger Weller, geology instructor.
30 September
Astronomy and Astrophysics from Antarctica
Astronomy and Astrophysics from Antarctica (Work in Progress). International Multiwavelength Observatory.
20 October
New Zealand | King Penguins Antarctica
King Penguins Antarctica.
26 June
University of Melbourne No Header Page
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17 May
Word Study - Hamlet's Soliloquy "To be or not to be", Hamlet...
Find the etymologies (word histories) for specific words in print dictionaries or online sources. 1. line 73 - rub meaning: etymology: 2. line 75 - shuffled off this mortal coil meaning: 3. line 77 - makes calamity of so long life meaning ... 20. line 97 - orisons meaning: Researching etymologies will generate questions about words and phrases that are idiomatic and archaic. Abbreviations such as ME for Middle English and OFr. for Old French can be referenced and explained as well.
Planning Your Trip
Summertime in Antarctica is November, December, and January. Wintertime is June, July, and August. In an Antarctic summer, the sun never sets. ... These ships usually go to the Antarctic Peninsula, a long arm that reaches out from the continent. To get from the tip of South America to the tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, a ship must cross the Drake Passage— legendary for its stormy weather and giant waves.
Antarctica Basal Heat Flux - Interactive System for Ice sheet...
A NetCDF file containing updated basal heat flux data for Antarctica projected and interpolated onto the standard 5km grid can be downloaded by clicking here. Metadata in the file describes its contents and is also given in the table below.
22 February
From Africa to Antarctica - University of Canberra
8 October
Secondary Page
Penguins live in Antarctica. It is very cold there all year round. Here is a map!
3 December
Index of /sce/local/java/jre/lib/zi/Antarctica
Index of /sce/local/java/jre/lib/zi/Antarctica. Name. Last modified.
9 August
Solex - Home
United States Canada Australia France Germany Iceland Ireland Italy Spain Sweden Austria Belgium Finland Czech Republic Denmark Norway United Kingdom Switzerland New Zealand Russian Federation Portugal Netherlands Isle of Man Afghanistan Aland Islands Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antarctica Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia, Plurinational State of Bonaire, Sint.
23 September
Leading UMaine researcher perishes in accident in Antarctica
Hamilton was conducting NSF-funded research at the time of the accident. “The University of Maine has lost one of its leading scientists,” says UMaine President Susan J. Hunter. “Gordon’s glaciology research around the world — from Antarctica to Greenland — was second to none. He leaves a legacy as an outstanding scientist, and a caring mentor and well-known teacher to undergraduate and graduate students.
23 October
IAED 311
Fall 2004- 2005. Theme: A Shelter in the Antarctica. Project "STATION". Design: Selcuk Findik.
15 March
Definitions for Antarctica
Definitions for Antarctica. Print out Definitions. 1. Iceberg- a mass of floating ice which has broken off a glacier. 2. Penguin- flightless birds found in Antarctica and near by areas. 3. Snow- flakes of frozen water. 4. Antarctica- fifth largest continent in the world. 5. Desert- a dry region that receives little to no rainfall per year. 6. Krill- a popular food source for animals that surround Antarctica. 7. Parka- heavy winter jacket. 8. Climate- the usual weather a place has all year.
8 December
Project Hieroglyph
An Anthology of stories set in the future, from some of today’s leading writers, thinkers, and visionaries that reignites the iconic and optimistic visions of the golden age of science fiction. Get the book.
12 February
28 August
Expedition to Antarctica
1 October
Fairmont State /All Locations
CORPORATE AUTHOR: National Research Council (U.S.) Title: Future science opportunities in Antarctica and the southern ocean [electronic resource] / National Re.
11 January
CIA - The World Factbook -- Antarctica
Antarctica :: Antarctica.
14 October
A Positive Test of East AntarcticaLaurentia
New geologic, age, and isotopic data provide a positive test of the juxtaposition with East Antarctica: Neodymium isotopes of Neoproterozoic rift-margin strata are similar; hafnium isotopes of ~1.4-billion-year-old Antarctic-margin detrital zircons match those in Laurentian granites of similar age; and a glacial clast of A-type granite has a uraniun-lead zircon age of ~1440 million years
terms & themes
Erik Enstrom, Grace (1918 photograph). Oxford English Dictionary Etymology: Anglo-Norman grase = favor, benevolence.
7 December
Etymology of "goal"
"Of difficult etymology. "After the solitary (but app. unquestionable) occurrence in Shoreham's Poems c1315 the word first appears in 1531, and soon afterwards is very common; prob. it had survived only as a technical term of some rustic sport, and so failed to be recorded in literature. "Shoreham's form gol, riming with y-hol, suggests (though it does not necessarily imply) descent from an OE. *gal.
9 February
The degradation of glacial deposits in the McMurdo Dry...
Exposure dating with cosmogenic nuclides is a method for understanding the processes and rates at which glacial deposits change through time so that we can correctly interpret the paleoclimate information that they contain. One such place that the application of cosmogenic-nuclide exposure dating has greatly increased our knowledge of environmental change is Antarctica.
8 November
WordNet Search - 3.1
Key: "S:" = Show Synset (semantic) relations, "W:" = Show Word (lexical) relations. Display options for sense: (gloss) "an example sentence".
12 March
Going the distance–in Antarctica – Wheaton Quarterly
Google the word Antarctica and this is what you get: “Antarctica is the coldest, highest, windiest, driest and iciest continent on Earth.” Can you imagine running a marathon there? Kiersten Pfeifer has envisioned it since 2006. That’s the year she graduated from Wheaton with a degree in anthropology and the year she signed up for the Antarctica Marathon, organized by Marathon Tours & Travel.
24 June
NATS 1005 Meteorology Topic 15: Antarctica
Earth from Space Nova program. 27:00 to 49:00. Questions to consider --Why is Antarctica so cold? So much colder than the north polar regions? - -Why does saltier water sink? - -How do ocean circulations around Antarctica affect the rest of the world?
1 May
Party CAUCUS: The word and its history
History and Etymology. In the winter of each year the eyes and ears of the country become focused on the Iowa Democratic "caucus", and the word is current in every TV commentary, newspaper and all political conversation at the grass roots level. But we know that a caucus count is not the same as the party voting process, which will be coming along later.
1 October
Transcriptomics of iron limitation in Phaeocystis antarctica
P. antarctica is ecologically important due to its contribution in global sulfur gases emissions. Thus, P. antarctica fits as an ideal model organism in understanding phytoplankton adaptation to iron limitation and functional changes following iron addition. Here the results of a transcriptomic study assessing the effect of iron repletion on P. antarctica in a time-series manner are firstly reported. A Ross Sea-endemic P. antarctica clone was acclimated under iron limitation and iron was supplemented to the cultures.
21 November
2007 Antarctica Marathon, Sponsored by Capella University
Two expedition vessels will ferry the runners from Ushuaia, Argentina, through the Beagle Channel, across Drake Passage, through the South Shetland Islands and along the Antarctic Peninsula to King George Island. Runners will take Zodiac boats from the ship to the shore to run the race. Stay tuned to this site to follow the Capella runners' progress as they prepare for the race. Quick facts about the Antarctica Marathon.
10 April
How to do internet research
The more exactly you know what you are looking for, the easier it will be to find it. Rule 2 - Use multiple-word searches. This is related to Rule 1. Let's say you have to find out about Shackleton's third journey to Antarctica. Do not just type in Shackleton.
30 December
Paleobotany in Antarctica
Geographic and Stratigraphic Distribution of Antarctic Fossil Plants. Plant fossils are found at many places throughout Antarctica in areas where rocks are not covered by ice. In the Transantarctic Mountains of Southern Victoria Land these fossils are characteristically Permian, Triassic and Jurassic in age. In the collecting areas to be sampled in 1998 we are focusing on Jurassic, and to a lesser extent, Triassic vegetation.
1 October
CL58 Etymology Links Scripts and languages. General Etymology Sites. E. L. Easton - English - Etymology. Etymologically Speaking... Etymology : the science of Word Histories. Home Page. Take Our Word For It. Etymologic - the brain-twisting etymology game. The Author's Almanac Website.
11 November
Miss Fife's Webmix - Symbaloo embedded webmix›embed/missfifeswebmix
AR BookFinder. Etymology Quizzes Ed-TED education Advanced Etymology Quiz.
9 April
Benthic Lab » Antarctica
Antarctica. SCINI-Penguin is an NSF funded project to study food web interactions of Adelie penguins, minke and killer whales, crystal krill and silver fish. ... ICEAGED is an NSF funded project to study long term ecological change in Antarctic seafloor communities. Using an ROV and SCUBA, we will be collating research initiated 47 years ago by our collaborator Paul Dayton at Scripps.
10 July
School and Group Catalog | OMSI
Antarctica: On The Edge. Program: Field Trip @ OMSI Format: Films Grade Level: 4-12, Adult Topic: Earth + Space, Life. Despite a reputation as cold, forbidding and remote, Antarctica is fragile place, home to an incredible variety of life along its edges.
7 February
Antarctica– WashLaw Web
Antarctica law resource page with links to Antarctica environmental law, antarctica constitution, antarctic treaties, and more. ... Antarctica Treaty Online From the Australian Antarctic Division (AAD). Antarctica Protection of the Environment Laws and regulations from the Ministry of the Environment, Government of Japan.
29 September
Wang Center for Global Education, Programs
Request a Study Away Advising Appointment. Wang Center for Global Education Homepage. PLU Global Scholar Award. System > Message. Our records indicate that privileges to the area you are attempting to access have not been granted to you.
2 October
Etymology. With particular thanks to Jack Lyons, MD. Anatomy is the science of the morphology and structure of organisms. The word is derived from the Greek ana-, up; and tome-, a cutting. As might be suspected from its etymology, anatomy depends heavily on dissection. In fact, the words anatomy and dissection, from the Greek and Latin respectively, have virtually identical meanings.
13 December
Sasan Rahmatian's Homepage
5 October
Expedition Antarctica - USF College of Marine Science
ANTARCTICA - The only shipboard analysis we are doing for the JPCs on this particular cruise is for magnetic susceptibility (MS). MS gives us clues as to the geologic provenance of the sediments and entrained coarse material, which serves as a proxy for the depositional environment: a high MS indicates the presence of terrigenous material likely to have fallen out of the bottom of. ... ANTARCTICA - The past week has been full of quintessential Antarctic experiences.
2 May
HTML Practice 5 - Using Images and Color
Swallowtail butterflies, being large, colorful, and attractive, have been the target of butterfly collectors in earlier times. The adults are often tailed like the forked tail of some swallows, giving the insect its name. There are at least 550 species, and though the majority are tropical, members of the family are found on all continents except Antarctica. The Zebra Swallowtail has triangular wings with long tails.
18 February
27 August
ITU Kutuphaneleri - Say?sal Koleksiyon
Add or remove other collections to your search: Harita ve Cografi Materyal Say?sal Koleksiyonu. ITU Nadir Eserler Say?sal Koleksiyonu. ITU TMDK Say?sal Muzik Koleksiyonu.
28 October
ANTARCTICA. Home Image Map Search References Links.
19 July
The Antarctic Polar Vortex
We study the flow near the Antarctic polar vortex via dynamical systems methods. The meandering jet configuration of the flow suggests that a chaotic advection mechanism may be at work. However, the finite-time nature of the system and the flow complexity make it difficult to apply the previously developed theory directly.
18 April
Once again on the etymology of turkish cocuk ‘Child’
Abstract: This paper offers a discussion of a paper published by M. Adamovic in this journal in 2008 (issue 1, p. 3-7). The conclusion arrived at here is that at least one element of Adamovic’s etymology can be used for modifying some earlier suggestions. A possible combination of this element with an old etymology by Stachowski seems to somewhat expedite the establishing of the correct, albeit entangled, etymology of this extremely interestingTurkish word. Keywords: Turkish, etymology, lexis, dialectology.
What is research?
Function: noun, verb transitive Etymology: Middle French recerche, from recerchier to investigate thoroughly, from Old French, from re- + cerchier to search Date: 1577 1. to search or investigate exhaustively 2. studious inquiry or examination; especially : investigation or experimentation aimed at the discovery and interpretation of facts, revision of accepted theories or laws in the light of new facts, or practical application of such.
27 September
Prefix (etymology)
Prefix (etymology). yotta (Lat. “eight” [( ) ]) zetta (Lat. “seven” [( ) ]) exa (Gr. “six” [( ) ]) peta (Gr. “five” [( ) ]) tera (Gr. “monster”) giga (Gr. “giant”) mega (Gr. “big”) kilo (Gr. “thousand”) hecto (Gr. “hundred”) deka (Gr. “ten”). Symbol.
Nicknames for Santa + the Origin... | CISL English School Blog
Etymology of the word “nickname”. Watch McWhorter’s video to understand how this word came to be.
7 December
State University of New York at New Paltz
WOM319 Feminist Art and Culture. A history of North American feminist art and culture from the 1960s to the present that explores the major trends in feminist thinking as expressed aesthetically in the visual arts, literature, performance and some fi...
9 October
Etymology of an Embrace
The Etymology of an Embrace. From ember, a flame dying in a cancer ward of the common cold. from brace, to hold or support oneself against an opposing force ... 10 from bra, the clasp of a boy’s lewd eyes, from ace, on the crown of a cloud shooting stuff down. The etymology of an embrace.
Botanical Name: Dicksonia antarctica. Sounds like ... Dicksonia. species. antarctica. Name Derivation. G: Dickson - English botanist.
1 January
Montane Plants
Cercocarpus betuloides var. betuloides birch-leaf mountain-mahogany Rosaceae Etymology: Gr. kerkos "tail" + karpos "fruit" / "like Betula, birch" Note cuneate leaves with apically dentate margins and straight, parallel (on each side) secondary veins. Flowers have long hypanthial tube. Pronunciation.
29 September
What's in a Name? Etymology and As I Lay Dying
Generally she flaunts convention and seeks to know by doing. However hard it might have been to have been her child, is it altogether farfetched to find in her the basic ingredients of "adal," short for "noble," and "heid," meaning "sort" (Dictionary of First Names)? It is possibly with Anse that the etymology of names is most revealing. The OED defines "anserous" as goose-like, stupid, and silly.
4 December
2 March
eThemes - Continent: Antarctica
Continent: Antarctica Discuss this eTheme. Learn about life in Antarctica including the climate, explorers, animals, geographic features, and current scientific expeditions. Take a virtual tour of this cold continent and view 360-degree images. ... PBS: Antarctic Odyssey Report this link as broken? Click on "Shackleton's Expedition" to play "Escape from Antarctica," a short sailing game that demonstrates how explorers navigated before modern technology.
1998 Antarctic LDB Pictures
Flight. BOOMERANG was launched on December 29, 1998. For the next 10.5 days it floated slowly around the Antarctica at an altitude of 120,000 feet. We kept track of its status via a satellite link, and refined our observations as we analyzed the data that came through the link. Finally, after a complete circle, the payload was dropped by parachute to a spot about 50 km from the launch pad, for an easy recovery.
4 September
index | Classics 22: Etymology
Classics 22: Etymology. GREEK: Lesson 1.
17 March
Photos tagged with antarctica
Polar Station Installation in Antarctica. Views: 1135. By: Rob Woolley. ... Available RSS feeds. Tag feed for antarctica.
27 May
The Little Prince: Antarctica
Little Prince Africa Antarctica Asia Australia Europe North America South America Dance Conclusion.
3 December
Index of /models/Antarctica
Index of /models/Antarctica. Name Last modified Size Description.
5 February
Vostok, Antarctica
The location of Vostok Station and other research stations in Antarctica. Vostok was chosen by the Soviet Union in 1980 for deep ice drilling. The site is now cooperatively operated by Russian, American, and French scientists.
27 December
Explore Antarctica!
The unit accompanies the exhibit Antarctica – Pioneering American Explorations of the Frozen Continent at the Museum of Texas Tech University open January 30th to December 20th. The exhibition highlights expeditions into the unknown of Antarctica and Texas Tech University’s own Dr. F. Alton Wade. ... Give each student an “Exploring Antarctica” handout. Have students read the timeline to learn about the history of Antarctic exploration and answer the questions.
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16 September
In Antarctica
In Antarctica. It’s 3:15 p.m. and the sun is setting at Anvers Island. Just off the Antarctic Peninsula, surrounded by 300-foot cliffs of ice, Jeannette Yen pauses outside Palmer Station to watch. ... Numerous scientific discoveries of global significance have been made in Antarctica, and the U.S. Antarctic Program, part of the National Science Foundation (NSF), supports research on the continent, including Yen’s, to make sure that these discoveries continue.
11 July
2013 Antarctic Blog
Day 10: What kind of church did the Russians build in Antarctica? Day 11: Industrial pollution and metalloid-resistant bacteria. Day 12: Volcanic ash bands on Collins Glacier and Extremophiles isolated in Antarctica reduce tellurite to elemental tellurium. ... 2/17–2/18/2013. Punta Arenas, Chile. Chilean Antarctic Institute training. 2/19–2/24/2013. Antarctica/King George Island/Aquiles. Environmental sampling on islands in Antarctic Ocean.
16 July
Enantioselective Transesterification by Candida antarctica...
We have recently reported on a novel immobilization method for Candida antarctica Lipase B on fumed silica to improve the enzymatic activity in hexane. This research is extended here to study the enantioselective transesterification of (RS)-1-phenylethanol with vinyl acetate. The maximum catalytic activity for this preparation exceeded the activity (on an equal enzyme amount basis) of the commercial Novozyme 435® significantly.
22 February
Newsroom | Georgetown University
MBA Student Runs Marathon in Antarctica to Promote the Healing Power of Music. After months of early-morning runs during Washington, D.C.’s relatively mild winter, Nick Stukel (MED/MBA ’18) traveled to King George Island, Antarctica, in March to compete in his fifth marathon...
3 December
Online Etymology Dictionary — HCC Learning Web
Online Etymology Dictionary. This dictionary provides word histories and origins.
30 August
Etymology a key to word recognition. Prefixes meaning example. Ab, a away from absent, amoral.
Diposit Digital de la Universitat de Barcelona: Study of...
Titol: Study of Johnsons Glacier (Livingston Island, Antarctica) by means of shallow ice cores and their tephra and by analysis of 137Cs content. Autor: Furdada i Bellavista, Gloria Pourchet, M. Vilaplana, Joan Manuel. Materia: Glaceres Geomorfologia glacial Livingston (Shetland del Sud : Illa) Antartida Glaciers Glacial landforms Livingston Island (South Shetland Islands) Antarctica. Data de publicacio
24 December
Centennial home | Centennial
UAF scientists used antennas on campus to create the first complete, detailed radar map of Antarctica. Click to read full story. UAF100: George Polk.
14 June
The first, Grahn (1984), searches for celebratory "etymological"myths for gaywords and claims that dikemay come from "Dike ('natural justice') ... a goddess of Greece whose female companion was Truth, Alethia" (306) or, alternately, that bulldikemay derive from an ancient Celtic Queen, Boadicea (136-46). Dynes (1987) rightly calls Grahn's etymology an "ab-surd derivation."
No. 12: Some Etymology
No. 12: SOME ETYMOLOGY. by John H. Lienhard. ... For more on the etymology of the words with which we talk about science, engineering and technology, see Episode 718.
10 August
mike glier
Mike Glier. Forests of Antarctica: Panel. about. artworks.
3 July
Folklore of Mount Shasta: Origin of the name "Shasta"
A few common or twice-told etymologies about place names include names supposedly taken from the side of a box of food, names created from randomly opening a book such as the Bible, names formed by accidentally spelling a word backwards, or names occurring due to post office error. Whatever the reason, it's quite common for the folk imagination, especially when they have no idea about the real etymology, to concoct an interesting story about a place name--including the naming of Mt. Shasta.
3 October
V61.0076 Etymology
Students are currently engaged in a unit on penguins that includes locating the Polar Regions on a world map to identify where in the world penguins live. Students are learning that all known species of penguins live naturally in the southern hemisphere, but of the 17 penguin species, only two, the Emperor and Adelie, can be found on the frozen Antarctica continent.
Working at the Pole | Employment in Antarctica
Living and working in Antarctica. Photo by: H. Kaiser/ NSF. Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, New York City—these are monster cities with amazing work opportunities. So why would anyone choose to work in Antarctica instead of a place like the Big Apple? It is because Antarctica is the perfect place for biologists, glaciologists, geologists, oceanographers, atmospheric physicists, chemists, and meteorologists to conduct their research.
31 July
Photos from Ross Sea, Antarctica
Photos From the Ross Sea. Taken November-December 1997 on a cruise on RV/IB Nathaniel B. Palmer.
29 December
Admiral Byrd and Antarctica
Born into an aristocratic Virginia family in 1888, Richard E. Byrd served in and worked with the Navy for nearly 45 yeras to become one of the most active explorers of the Antarctic. Byrd began his career after graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1912, when he learned to fly and explored the world. Byrd went on to gain international fame and recognition for his dedication to researching and preserving the unique environment in Antarctica.
19 May
13 February
Mission Antarctica Home - DRI Desert Research Institute
Currently working at Palmer Station, Antarctica, Joseph Grzymski and his colleagues are investigating how the Antarctic marine phytoplankton evolves, adapts functions from a cold dark winter to a warmer, brighter spring. The National Science Foundation is sponsoring the project titled "Collaborative Research: Functional Genomics and Physiological Ecology of Seasonal Succession in Antarctic Phytoplankton: Adaptations to Light and Temperature."
7 August
Future Science Opportunities in Antarctica and the Southern...
The Committee highlighted several areas that will be important in discovery-driven scientific research in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean over the next two decades. These include understanding what records preserved in the Antarctic region reveal about past and future climate, learning how life adapted to the Antarctic and Southern Ocean environments, using the Antarctic platform to reveal interactions between the Earth and the space environment...
4 January
A Study on Chinese Folk-etymology from the Dimension of...
Central South University of Forestry and Technology Changsha 410200 China As to Chinese folk-etymology study formal linguistic dimension only analyzes language phenomenon itself social cultural di-mension breaks through the limitation of language form and leads language study into human life Based on past research this ar-ticle preliminarily attempts to interpret the phenomenon of Chinese folk-etymology by introducing thoughts of.
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1 March
Fullscreen - Neal A. Maxwell Institute for Religious Scholarship
The views expressed in Maxwell Institute publications are those of the individual authors and do not necessarily represent the position of the Maxwell Institute, Brigham Young University, or The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
19 October
Parliamentary electorates and elections act...
154AE Votes from Antarctica not to be disclosed. Any person who becomes aware of how an elector, voting in accordance with procedures approved under section 154AA, voted is not to disclose this information to any other person except in accordance with an approved procedure.
10 January
Graphic Etymology and Heritage of Fundamental Concepts
Mots cle: etymologie, cle culturelle. L’etymologie graphique et l’heritage des concepts fondamentaux de la culture chinoise. Graphic Etymology and Heritage of Fundamental Concepts of the Chinese Culture. Shun-chiu Yau. ... This article disproves the ideologically motivated etymology of the character he ? “harmony” as publicized in the Chinese press, according to which the character is regarded as consisting of two parts, he ? “grains on stalk”, foodstuffs, and kou ? “mouth”, the populace.
Mike's Antarctic Blog 2010-11
Mike is in Antarctica, check out his blog in the "Notes from the Field" section. November 19, 2009. "The Antarctic Sun" profiles Dr. Emslie's Antarctic research project in two online articles. ... Today I visited three second and third grade classes at Gregory Elementary School in Wilmington, NC. These students will be following along with this blog and sending me questions about penguins and Antarctica while I am on my research trip!
20 February
The Antarctic Continent
Geography. Antarctica is a continental landmass of around 14,000,000 kilometers, or roughly one and a half times the size of the United States. It is located in the Southern hemisphere and contains the South Pole. Antarctica is buried under an ice cap that is up to 4.7 kilometers thick, and surrounded by an ice shelf that grows and shrinks with the seasons.
30 April
Request Brochure | Alumni Travel Site
Holiday Markets. Expedition to Antarctica. JAN. 4-17, 2018. Expedition to Antarctica. Journey through Vietnam. JAN.
13 August
New York University, United States
Antartica Scenes
We arrived in Antarctica in the middle of summer. On Aitcho Island, one of the South Shetland Islands near the northernmost part of the Antarctic Peninsula, the winter snow had melted and luxuriant grass was covering the ground. ... Adelie Penguin and chick. This pair was photographed on Peterman Island in the Antarctic Peninsula. At 65 degrees, 10 minutes south latitude, this was the farthest south we could go on this tour.
30 March
Antarctica or bust: Clark's southernmost research
Those are the coordinates for the Clark Mountains of Antarctica, named by Siple for his alma mater. He also mapped and named the peaks for his Clark geography professors: Mount Wallace Atwood, a double peak for the University’s geographer-president and his son, also on the geography faculty; Mount Burnham; Mount Ekblaw; Mount Clarence Jones; and Mount Van Valkenburg.
3 June
Future Science Opportunities in Antarctica and the Southern...
National Research Council; Division on Earth and Life Studies; Polar Research Board; Committee on Future Science Opportunities in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. Antarctica and the surrounding Southern Ocean remains one of the world's last fr...
20 November
Scientists find evidence for groundwater in Antarctica's Dry...
The team found evidence that brines flow towards the Antarctic coast from roughly 18 kilometers (11 miles) inland, eventually discharging into the Southern Ocean. It is possible that nutrients from microbial weathering in these deep brines are released into the ocean and affect near-shore biological productivity. However, the vast majority of Antarctica's coastal margins remain unexplored.
29 April
The spring & summer ozone levels over Antarctica decreased steeply through late 1990’s, then show slow recovery. Movie link. Tropospheric CFC levels.
P10041 / Antarctica - Directory contents
Antarctica - Directory contents. Files. Casey.
9 October
Polar desert: Antarctic desert
Antarctica Desert. Know more of this placemark? Find out more about the Antarctic desert.
12 May
Arama Sonuçları Antarctica -- Discovery and...
10 March
MLIS 7570_Bonnie Lord
I am a second year student in the MLIS program at VSU. I spend most of my time with school work and my job at a law firm, but in my time off I practice my hobbies. Online Etymology Dictionary. My Favorite Things To Do.
13 December
UCSB Science Line
If you looked at Antarctica without the ice, it would look quite a bit like a normal rocky land mass. Since it was previously covered by ice, there would be little vegetation on the ground - it would probably look pretty barren. This land mass is almost the same size as the ice that covers Antarctica. This is important, because most of that ice is NOT floating in the water, like in some other icy regions. If the Antarctic ice would melt, scientists predict that the sea levels around the world would rise about 200 feet.
1 December
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8 October
A Celto-Germanic Etymology for Flora and Fauna which will...
This paper will suggest a new etymology for this word, tying it to words found in related Celtic languages. To the South and West, Celtic-speaking peoples seem to have held the boar in the same regard as their neighbors, yet their words for ‘boar’ are unrelated to their Germanic counterparts. There is, however, a Celtic word similar in form to the Germanic one, attested in Welsh yfwr and Ir. ibar, both of which refer to the yew tree.
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