Monthly Archives: April 2009

Cold comfort: Catlin team awaits re-supply

With adverse weather, including at least one blizzard, preventing its scheduled re-supply, the Catlin Arctic Survey expedition on the Arctic Ocean sea ice has slashed food rations by more than 80 percent. On normal sledging days, the team members consume … Continue reading

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Antarctic Ice Growing, Not Shrinking

By Greg Roberts – The Australian April 18, 2009 RUSSIAN sea captain Dimitri Zinchenko has been steering ships through the pack ice of Antarctica for three decades and is waiting to see evidence of the global warming about which he has … Continue reading

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Catlin Arctic Team in Peril?

  The three-person team of British explorers on the Arctic ice cap may or may not be in danger, depending upon which of the team’s representatives back at headquarters in London is doing the talking. Martin Hartley, Pen Hadow, and … Continue reading

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