Pristine Protection

Pristine Protection

The U.S. Antarctic Program (USAP) will begin monitoring human impacts on the environment around its coastal research station off the Antarctic Peninsula, expanding a program that first began at McMurdo Station about 15 years ago....
Invasive Species

Invasive Species

Large populations of king crabs, first detected less than a decade ago, have scientists concerned that the seafloor organisms along a large swath of the continental shelf may be under threat from the voracious crustaceans....
Invasive Species

Invasive Species

Large populations of king crabs, first detected less than a decade ago, have scientists concerned that the seafloor organisms along a large swath of the continental shelf may be under threat from the voracious crustaceans....
Pristine Protection

Pristine Protection

The U.S. Antarctic Program (USAP) will begin monitoring human impacts on the environment around its coastal research station off the Antarctic Peninsula, expanding a program that first began at McMurdo Station about 15 years ago....
Leaping into New Territory

Leaping into New Territory

Humpback whales were once heavily exploited. Today, they are making a comeback, prompting researchers with the Palmer LTER program to add yet another level of sophistication to the National Science Foundation-funded project....
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