Over the polar ice

  • 208 Pages
  • 2.52 MB
  • English
Grosset & Dunlap , New York
Statementby Eustace L. Adams ....
LC ClassificationsPZ7.A211 Ov
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 208 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6718221M
LC Control Number28020220

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Based on five decades of research and observation, a haunting and unsparing look at the melting ice caps, and what their disappearance will mean.

Peter Wadhams has been studying ice first-hand sincecompleting 50 trips to the world's poles and observing for himself the changes over the course of nearly five s:   Written by Dr Michael Salla on Posted in Exoarcheology, Featured, science and technology.

A declassified CIA document called The Adam and Eve Story has generated much controversy over predictions of an upcoming pole shift (aka crustal displacement) and catastrophic events that may sweep the planet in the not distant future.

In his books The Earth's Shifting Crust () (which includes a foreword by Albert Einstein) and Path of the Pole (), Hapgood speculated that accumulated polar ice mass destabilizes the Earth's rotation, causing crustal displacement but not disturbing the Earth's axial orientation.

Hapgood argued that shifts (of no more than 40 degrees. Every summer, the Arctic ice cap melts to what scientists call its "minimum" before colder weather begins to cause ice cover to increase. This visualization shows the expanse of the annual minimum Arctic sea ice for each year from throughwith a graph overlay.

Over the Polar Ice. by Adams, Eustace L. Seller Abracadabra Books 30% Off Sale. Published Condition Very good tight bright condition in like dustjacket light edgewr. Your first book is The First Crossing of Greenland, by Nobel Peace Prize winner Fridtjof Nansen. The reason I chose this book is that it was the beginning of modern polar exploration.

Nansen devised a technique using skis, and – by devising specialised equipment – particularly the broad-runnered sledge. A new book claims the number of polar bears may have quadrupled in the last 50 years despite melting Arctic sea ice.

Scientists predicted massive polar bear population declines as sea ice retreated, but that hasn’t happened, the book says. “It’s a wonderful conservation success story,” said zoologist and author Susan Crockford. A polar route is an aircraft route across the uninhabited polar ice cap regions.

The term "polar route" was originally applied to great circle navigation routes between Europe and the west coast of North America in the s. As the climate has warmed, Antarctica and Greenland have lost enough ice in the last 16 years to fill Lake Michigan, according to results from a new.

Fromthis is a rare first edition, In the Air with Andy Lane, Over the Polar Ice, by Eustace L. Adams. Published by Grosset & Dunlap, New York, a firm that often did reprints but not in this case. 1ST EDITION IN THE AIR WITH ANDY LANE OVER THE End date:   From polar explorers to frozen dystopias: the best books about ice As the winter approaches the northern hemisphere, novelist Amy Sackville shares her favourite books about one of.

Polar bears could become nearly extinct by the end of the century as a result of shrinking sea ice in the Arctic if global warming continues unabated, scientists said Monday. Climate Change Is Melting The Polar Ice Cap And The Navy Is Looking North The Pentagon has long acknowledged climate change has broad implications for national security.

That is especially clear. A polar ice cap or polar cap is a high-latitude region of a planet, dwarf planet, or natural satellite that is covered in ice.

There are no requirements with respect to size or composition for a body of ice to be termed a polar ice cap, nor any geological requirement for it to be over land, but only that it must be a body of solid phase matter in the polar region.

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namely melt the ice in a wax figure’s beaten heart that was chopped off and hidden 50 meters under the polar ice caps in. over the polar ice sheets. This paper provides an overview of what is known about "recent" precipitation changes over the ice sheets covering Greenland and Antarctica.

Here, recent is defined as extending from the mid 's or early 's to today. This period. At the north and south poles of Mars lie thick stacks of flat-lying sheets of dust and water ice: the ice caps.

These are called Planum Boreum (north) and Planum Australe (south). Both were laid down like pages in a book during countless cycles of climate changes. Scientists hope to read this book of Mars climate history using the layers.

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An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Fighting the polar ice by Fiala, Anthony. Get this from a library. Fighting the polar ice. [Anthony Fiala] -- Narrative of the Ziegler Polar Expedition,on which a thirty-five man party aboard the ship America proceeded to Rudolph Island, northernmost Franz Josef Land, where the ship was lost in the.

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'We know they aren't feeding': fears for polar bears over shrinking Arctic ice This article is more than 9 months old Expert Steven Amstrup says ‘the longer the sea ice is gone from the. The polar ice caps are melting six times faster than in the s, according to the most complete analysis to date.

The ice loss from Greenland and Antarctica is. FIGHTING THE POLAR ICE. FIALA, Anthony. Fighting the Polar Ice.

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Knowles Hare, including a color frontispiece. Polar bears fish for seals and other food sources on the ice. Without as much ice, polar bears are losing hunting grounds (Rosing ). Polar bears are also having to swim greater distances to get to ice floes and are drowning (The Consequences 1).

Because of this, it is estimated that two-thirds of the population will be extinct by Polar. With their selective diet of ice-dependent seals, specialized sea-ice habitat and low reproductive rate, polar bears already live on the edge.

Climate change is pushing them over it. Polar bears in the Arctic refuge are particularly susceptible to changes related to shrinking multi-year sea ice.Today, the white continent poses new challenges, as scientists race to uncover Earth’s climate history, which is recorded in the south polar ice and ocean floor, and to monitor the increasing instability of the Antarctic ice cap, which threatens to inundate coastal cities worldwide.