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Anthropogenic impacts on the Sea & Soils of Antarctica
Every thing we do creates an impact. Everything we do influence those things around us at least some way. Even the act of observing in some way influences the object we are observing. Physicists doing sub atomic particle ...
Brood reduction in penguins
(University of Canterbury, 2000)
Clutch size in animals has evolved to enable the largest number of offspring to be raised by the parent(s) that can survive the resources available to them in their environment. This has to be balanced with the fitness of ...
Antarctica: Phantom of the Past or Canary in the Cage?
"A bridge to our future and a window on our past." This was a phrase used by President Clinton to describe Antarctica when he spoke at the International Antarctic Centre recently. It sums up the view that, in essence, ...