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Responses of Antarctic Penguins to the Effects of Climate Change
(University of Canterbury, 2010)
Penguins have adapted to their environment through millenia of great climate changes. This makes them more susceptible to climate change as their size, morphology and other cold weather adaptations restricts their ability ...
A typical season in Ryder Bay,West Antarctic Peninsula
The purpose of this report is to describe an average season (in terms of sea ice, temperature and chlorophyll a levels) in Ryder Bay, near the Rothera research station on the West Antarctic Peninsula. The data has been ...
Cessation of Whaling in Antarctic Waters - A Case for Regulation under the Antarctic Treaty
The group’s investigations were to determine if the Cessation of whaling in Antarctic waters is a case for regulation under the Antarctic treaty. It was found that the treaty is an apolitical document with no exclusive ...