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(PDF) Advances in seismic monitoring at Deception Island

ANNALS OF GEOPHYSICS, 57, 3, 2014, SS0321; doi:10.4401/ag-6378 Special section:Geophysical monitorings at the Earths polar regions Advances in seismic monitoring at Deception Island volcano (Antarctica) since the International Polar Year Enrique Carmona1, Javier Almendros1,2,*, Rosa Martín1, Guillermo Cortés1, Gerardo Alguacil1,2, Javier Moreno1, José Benito Martín1, Antonio Martos1 Comparison of elastic moduli from seismic diving-wave and Comparison of elastic moduli from seismic diving-wave and ice-core microstructure analysis in Antarctic polar firn Volume 60, Issue 79 Rebecca Schlegel (a1) , Anja Diez (a2) , Henning Löwe (a3) , Christoph Mayer (a4) , Astrid Lambrecht (a4) , Johannes Freitag (a1) , Heinrich Miller (a1) , Coen Hofstede (a1) and Olaf Eisen (a1) (a5)

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The Antarctic Polar Vortex - Brown University

The Antarctic Polar Vortex. We study the flow near the Antarctic polar vortex via dynamical systems methods. The meandering jet configuration of the flow suggests that a chaotic advection mechanism may be at work. However, the finite-time nature of the system and the flow complexity make it difficult to apply the previously developed theory Top 10 Most Famous and Intriguing Polar Explorers

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    What it's Like to Take the Polar Plunge in Antarctica

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