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25.06.2018 00:00 Il y a: 3 yrs

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Categorie: Odatis, Revue de Presse

Losing Ice in Svalbard (Earth Observatory, 25/06/2018)

Goélette scientifique Tara, journal de bord n° 2 : les défis d’une navigation scientifique « propre » (Le Monde, 24/06/2018)

Marine plastic: Hundreds of fragments in dead seabirds (BBC news, 23/06/2018)

10 raisons pour lesquelles le changement climatique nous passe au-dessus de la tête (Slate, 22/06/2018)

Plastic Odyssey, ce bateau avance grâce aux déchets plastiques (Science Post, 22/06/2018)

Une nouvelle étude révèle que les îles Britanniques étaient recouvertes d’une calotte glaciaire il y a 2,5 millions d’années (Science Post, 22/06/2018)

Here are 4 ways we can adapt to the growing danger of climate change (World Economic Forum, 21/06/2018)

Antarctic ice sheet is melting, but rising bedrock below could slow it down (Science Daily, 21/06/2018)

OMG, the Water's Warm! NASA Study Solves Glacier Puzzle (Nasa, 21/06/2018)

What will Antarctica look like in 2070? (World Economic Forum, 19/06/2018)

Sentinel-3 flies tandem (ESA, 19/06/2018)

Ocean's heat cycle shows that atmospheric carbon may be headed elsewhere (Science Daily, 19/06/2018)

New model for gauging ice sheet movement may improve sea-level-rise predictions (Science Daily, 19/06/2018)

We now know how much ice Antarctica has lost in the last 25 years - three trillion tonnes (World Economic Forum, 14/06/2018)

Climate change is moving fish around faster than laws can handle, study says (The Washington Post, 14/06/2018)

Fonte des glaces : comment a-t-on pesé l’Antarctique? (Science Presse, 14/06/2018)

Fonte accélérée des glaces de l'Antarctique (Le Figaro, 14/06/2018)

Ocean waves following sea ice loss trigger Antarctic ice shelf collapse (Science Daily, 14/06/2018)

Quand les sources hydrothermales fertilisent l’océan de surface dans le Pacifique Sud-Ouest (CNRS, 13/06/2018)

Underwater Robots Give Unique Insight into Arctic Climate Change (Ocean News & Technology, 11/06/2018)

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