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Bruce Luyendyk
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Earth scientist, Avocado grower, writer - I advocate strong action on climate change
Earth scientist, Avocado grower, writer - I advocate strong action on climate change

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Who doesn't like penguins?
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Penguins everywhere! Antarctic populations increasing
Adelie penguins crossing in front of the research icebreaker N.B. Palmer.   Photo © John Diebold. To prove that Antarctica still keeps many secrets and is full of surprises, an enormous penguin colony has been discovered by satellite imagery combined with g...
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An exciting trip in Marie Byrd Land
On the Billboard, MBL, West Antarctica
On the Billboard, MBL, West Antarctica
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What are the consequences of someone clicking the "Follow" button on my blogspot page? I just placed the button (0 Followers) and I'm actually not sure what happens when a reader chooses to follow my blog. Do they get a notice on their Google + page that I posted? What happens ?

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New research shows Antarctic ice sheets can double the sea level rise this century
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Sea level rise: Antarctica doubles the trouble
On the trail in Marie Byrd Land.  Photo © Bruce Luyendyk  Sea level has been rising for decades, now at an increasing rate. Mostly we don’t notice this except in superstorms and hurricanes, or if we have visited the same beach for decades and wonder why it ...
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What is happening to Antarctic ice shelves and why should we care?
Front of Ross Ice Shelf from research icebreaker Palmer. Photo © Bruce Luyendyk Antarctic ice
shelves are thinning. What are ice shelves and are they important in any way? These
massive floating sheets of ice border over a third of the Antarctic coast.  Ice...
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Professor Numb Nuts in Antarctica
Excerpt from Chapter 16 Blizzard in Fosdick Mountains, Marie Byrd Land. Photo © Steve Richard. [Scene: The Team is now at their deep field
site in the Fosdick Mountains, northern Ford Ranges of Marie Byrd Land. Bruce
and Dave are sharing a Scott tent and ri...
Professor Numb Nuts in Antarctica
Professor Numb Nuts in Antarctica
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Two Degrees Global Warming, Geoengineering, West Antarctic Ice Sheet collapse!
A break in the clouds on October 29, 2014, allowed scientists the opportunity to fly over Pine Island Glacier—one of Antarctica’s most rapidly changing areas. The flight was part of NASA’s Operation IceBridge , a mission that makes annual surveys  of Greenl...
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