Bill Fraser, Polar Oceans Research Group, Oregon State University, NSF Palmer Station, Antarctica LTER Site The Western Antarctic Peninsula is among the most rapidly warming regions on Earth. Mid-winter temperatures have increased, on average, by more than six degrees Celsius (10.8ºF) over the last six decades, resulting in melting of sea ice and changes in… Read more »
How does shrinking sea-ice affect ecosystems along the Western Antarctic Peninsula?
Scott Doney (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution), Hugh Ducklow Columbia University
& Palmer Station Antarctica LTER Team (http://pal.lter.edu)
Presnted at the 2017 NSF-LTER symposium, March 21, 2107