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The Source: Global Climate Change At The South Pole

Jonathan E. Shaw http://bit.ly/1G0EG0c
Katabatic wind, Lemaire Channel, Antarctica

Nowhere in the world is the impact of climate change more profound than the world's polar ends. Antarctica may not get the kind of media attention that polar bears of the Arctic do, but the impact of climate change to the biology of the South Pole is increasingly harsh, and that doesn't account for the vast changes in  ice levels and geography.

What do the changes down there mean for us up here?


  • James McClintock, professor of polar and marine biology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham and author of the book "Lost Antarctica: Adventures in a Disappearing Land"

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