Antarctic

The Southern Ocean, also known as the Antarctic Ocean, comprises the southernmost waters of the world ocean, generally taken to be south of 60° S latitude and encircling Antarctica.

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Researchers have solved a 140-year-old puzzle about the parenting skills of giant Antarctic sea spiders

Barriers against Antarctic ice melt disappearing at the double

Ice cores provide first documentation of rapid Antarctic ice loss in the past

Vitamin B12 adaptability in Antarctic algae has implications for climate change, life in the Southern Ocean

Zoom through a 'spectacular' chain of ancient underwater volcanoes on Antarctic ocean floor

This Antarctic penguin sleeps 11 hours a day—a few seconds at a time

This Antarctic glacier dramatically retreated. Then, its ice shelf totally collapsed (satellite image)

Deep dive on sea level rise: New modelling gives better predictions on Antarctic ice sheet melt

Climate engineering could slow Antarctic ice loss

Bird Flu Reaches the Antarctic for the First Time

Meltwater flowing beneath Antarctic glaciers may be accelerating their retreat

Lethal Form of Bird Flu Found in The Antarctic For The First Time

Ancient river valleys discovered beneath Antarctic ice sheet

Satellites show Antarctic ice shelves have lost 74 trillion tons of water in 25 years

New threat to Antarctic fur seals

Antarctic sea ice hits 'record-smashing' low this year, satellite data shows

Arctic Sea Ice 6th Lowest on Record; Antarctic Sees Record Low Growth

Next stop, Europa? Nano subs to get test beneath Antarctic ice in 2026

Antarctic sea-ice at mind-blowing low alarms experts

Polar experiments reveal seasonal cycle in Antarctic sea ice algae