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Antarctic Sun editor Peter Rejcek shoots a photo of scientist David Ainley and field assistant Jean Pennycook. So Long, and Thanks For All the Fine Memories
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Monday July 06, 2015

Outgoing Antarctic Sun editor Peter Rejcek reflects on his tenure with the U.S. Antarctic Program, which started more than a decade ago at the South Pole Station. Until then, the former Texan had never really driven in snow before.
Glaciated mountains along the Antarctic Peninsula. Firsthand Account
Features / Perspectives
Monday June 08, 2015

Amanda Biederman is a scientist at Palmer Station, located in one of the most rapidly warming areas on Earth, the West side of the Antarctica peninsula. Amanda offers her perspective on Antarctic climate change, ice shelf loss, and the dangers of taking the stability of Antarctic ice for granted.

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