Saturday, July 24, 2010

Catlin Arctic group dauntless thin ice and frigid bears to guard poison oceans Environment

Ann Daniels of the Catlin Arctic Survey

Ann Daniels is heading this year"s Catlin Arctic Survey. Photograph: CAS/Martin Hartley

Scientists and explorers will dauntless frigid bears, thin ice and frostbite inside of the subsequent fortnight as they enter upon on an Arctic speed to inspect the stroke of an acidifying sea on the region"s animals and plants.

The Catlin Arctic Survey will set up an "ice base" in northern Canada for the scientists whilst a apart group of adventurers will commence a 500km mass departure opposite sea ice off Greenland. Both will examine the stroke of sea acidification on sea life, whilst the explorers will additionally magnitude variations in sea ice thickness.


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