Posted by: Michael Ritter PhD | April 3, 2007

Antarctic Ice Yields Student Research Discovery

From the site: ” While researching the “bottom of the world,” Jeffrey Geddes made a discovery about sea ice formation that has the potential to provide scientists with another piece of the climate-change puzzle.

As part of a research project on the St. George campus last summer, Geddes, an undergraduate science student, was analysing data supplied by a NASA satellite when he detected a previously unknown multi-year ice formation cycle in Antarctica’s Cosmonaut Sea.”

Read article at
TPE Link – Climate Change: Global Warming – Evidence from the oceans

Image: Antarctica and its surrounding sea ice. Courtesy NASA GSFC. (Source)


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