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Potential for redistribution of post‐moult habitat for Eudyptes penguins in the Southern Ocean under future climate conditions

1 February, 2023 by Norman Ratcliffe

Anthropogenic climate change is resulting in spatial redistributions of many species. We assessed the potential effects of climate change on an abundant and widely distributed group of diving birds, Eudyptes…

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Antarctica as a ‘natural laboratory’ for the critical assessment of the archaeological validity of early stone tool sites

31 January, 2023 by Teal Riley

Lithic technologies dominate understanding of early humans, yet natural processes can fracture rock in ways that resemble artefacts made by Homo sapiens and other primates. Differentiating between fractures made by…

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Plasma-neutral interactions in the lower thermosphere-ionosphere: The need for in situ measurements to address focused questions

30 January, 2023 by Mark Clilverd

The lower thermosphere-ionosphere (LTI) is a key transition region between Earth’s atmosphere and space. Interactions between ions and neutrals maximize within the LTI and in particular at altitudes from 100…

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Solar Cycle and Long‐Term Trends in the Observed Peak of the Meteor Altitude Distributions by Meteor Radars

25 January, 2023 by Neil Cobbett, Tracy Moffat-Griffin

The mesosphere/lower thermosphere (MLT, 80–100 km) region is an important boundary between Earth's atmosphere below and space above and may act as a sensitive indicator for anthropogenic climate change. Existing…

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Ecological consequences of a single introduced species to the Antarctic: Terrestrial impacts of the invasive midge Eretmoptera murphyi on Signy Island

23 January, 2023 by Kevin Newsham, Peter Convey

The nutrient-poor soils of Antarctica are sensitive to change. Recent increases in the number of anthropogenic introductions mean that understanding the impact of non-native species on Antarctic soils is pertinent,…

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Advancing Antarctic climate change policy: Upcoming opportunities for scientists and policymakers to work together [Editorial]

16 January, 2023 by Kevin Hughes, Peter Convey, Rachel Cavanagh

Climate change is increasingly affecting Antarctica and the rest of the world. Urgent policy responses are needed to mitigate its associated impacts. Engagement of the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting (ATCM),…

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