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Adelie penguins at Ross Island, where high-resolution satellite imagery is refining the study of wildlife in the Antarctic. Finding Nemo
Science / The Biological World
Thursday August 07, 2014

High-resolution satellite imagery is refining and reinventing the way scientists track and study wildlife populations, particularly in the Antarctic, where researchers have made headline-grabbing discoveries about Adelie and emperor penguins in recent months.
A Smith-McIntyre grab sampler is lowered into the water to scoop up samples from the seafloor. Pristine Protection
Science / The Biological World
Thursday July 31, 2014

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.

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