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Recent Blog Post

Science from the poles: Penguins and microbes

Published 2019-07-29

Photo: Australian Antarctic Division, Kristin Raw Polar ecosystems of the earth have significant influence on the climate of our planet and are important habitats for organisms uniquely adapted to survive in harsh conditions. Although the regions are vastly different from each other, Arctic and Antarctic systems are among the most impacted by global climate change. However, the remote nature of these areas makes scientific study of organisms and the environment difficult and expensive. Recently, two studies provide further insight into the biology and ecology of organisms in these extreme... (more)