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Ice core provides snapshot of Antarctic climate history
30 July 2018

15 MAY 2018

Scientists will today begin cutting a 300 metre long Antarctic ice core collected from a remote site in East Antarctica to gain new insights into the climate of the region.

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Sea ice role in Antarctic ice shelf collapse
14 June 2018

Storm-driven ocean swells have triggered the catastrophic disintegration of Antarctic ice shelves in recent decades, according to new research published in Nature today.

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Young scientists gain sea ice experience in Japan
1 May 2018

A group of ACE CRC scientists and students recently travelled to the frozen seas of northern Japan, as part of a long-running program aimed at boosting cooperation on sea ice research.

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ACE Researchers Named Among IPCC Authors
1 May 2018

Six ACE CRC researchers are among those selected to contribute to the Sixth Assessment Report (AR6) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

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Spotlight on ecosystems management
1 May 2018

Close to 200 scientists and policy makers from 23 countries came together with representatives from fishing industry and environmental groups in early April, for a major conference focused on Southern Ocean ecosystems.

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GOING SOUTH: The 2017-18 Field Season
1 May 2018

Summer is always a busy time of year for researchers studying Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. Here’s just some of what the ACE CRC’s scientists got up to during the past few months.

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Antarctic sea ice shrinks to second lowest minimum
2 March 2018
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Southern Ocean climate influence under the microscope
1 March 2018
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ACE on the ice in Japan
28 February 2018
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Ice core may unlock secrets of Australia’s wild weather
18 December 2017

Scientists from the ACE CRC and its partner agencies are currently on a deep field mission to recover a 2000 year old Antarctic ice core which they hope will shed light on the long-term influences that impact Australian weather and climate.

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