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ANT1159-02
© B&C Alexander
ANT1159-02
Icicles hang from the edge of a small blue iceberg as the summer thaw sets in. Antarctica
MR.0024-00
© M. Ryan
MR.0024-00
22 sun halo, with sun pillar, sun streak, Lowitz arcs, Upper Tangent Arc and Parry Arc at the top of the halo, all caused by diamond dust in the air above Halley Research Station, Brunt Ice Shelf. Antarctica.
AH.0193-00
© A. Hawthorne
AH.0193-00
Taking Ice core samples to study snow accumulation. South Pole, Antarctica.
AH.0205-00
© A. Hawthorne
AH.0205-00
Meteorological Balloon released at Amundsen-Scott S.Pole Station by woman scientist. Antarctica.
CH.0003-00
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CH.0003-00
The shrine to Our Lady of the Snows and type 2 Polar Stratospheric or Nacreous Cloud. Believed to be ice and Nitric acid, these react to produce clorine & bromine, from CFCs, which directly destroy ozone molecules. McMurdo Antarctica
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CH.0004-00
Radar satellite dish and type 2 Polar Stratospheric or Nacreous Cloud. Believed to be ice and Nitric acid, these react to produce clorine & bromine, from CFCs, which directly destroy ozone molecules. McMurdo Antarctica
CH.0001-00
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CH.0001-00
Very complex patterns of Polar Stratospheric or Nacreous Cloud. Believed to be ice and Nitric acid, these react to produce clorine & bromine, from CFCs, which directly destroy ozone molecules. McMurdo Antarctica
CH.0002-00
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CH.0002-00
The setting sun and type 2 Polar Stratospheric or Nacreous Cloud. Believed to be ice and Nitric acid, these react to produce clorine & bromine, from CFCs, which directly destroy ozone molecules. McMurdo Antarctica
ANT0791-21
© B&C Alexander
ANT0791-21
Network of icicles on the side of an iceberg indicate thaw. Antarctic Peninsula.
TJ.0758-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0758-00
Heavily eroded iceberg, the grooves are cut when below the water, by ancient air bubbles released from the melting ice. Antarctica
ANT1941-01
© B&C Alexander
ANT1941-01
Distincive icicle fronted caves in an iceberg look like eyes. Antarctica
ANT1941-04
© B&C Alexander
ANT1941-04
Icicles fringe a blue carvern in a small iceberg. Antarctica
ANT1941-05
© B&C Alexander
ANT1941-05
Icicles fringe a blue carvern in a small iceberg. Antarctica
ANT1938-36
© B&C Alexander
ANT1938-36
Drygalski Glacier, which has receded 300 metres between Nov 2008 and Nov 2009. South Georgia. Sub Antarctic
ANT1938-37
© B&C Alexander
ANT1938-37
Drygalski Glacier, which has receded 300 metres between Nov 2008 and Nov 2009. South Georgia. Sub Antarctic
ANT1938-38
© B&C Alexander
ANT1938-38
Drygalski Glacier, which has receded 300 metres between Nov 2008 and Nov 2009. South Georgia. Sub Antarctic
ANT1938-32
© B&C Alexander
ANT1938-32
Drygalski Glacier, which receded 300 metres between November 2008 & 2009. South Georgia.
ANT1938-33
© B&C Alexander
ANT1938-33
Terns feed by the Drygalski Glacier, South Georgia. Sub Antarctic
ANT1938-34
© B&C Alexander
ANT1938-34
Terns feed by the Drygalski Glacier, South Georgia. Sub Antarctic
ANT1938-35
© B&C Alexander
ANT1938-35
Drygalski Glacier, which has receded 300 metres between Nov 2008 and Nov 2009. South Georgia. Sub Antarctic
ANT1916-11
© B&C Alexander
ANT1916-11
Ukrainian scientist Igor Gvozdovskyy adjusts the Ozone Spectrometer before taking an Ozone reading at Vernadsky Research Station. Antarctica
ANT1916-12
© B&C Alexander
ANT1916-12
Ukrainian scientist Igor Gvozdovskyy adjusts the Ozone Spectrometer before taking an Ozone reading at Vernadsky Research Station. Antarctica
ANT1916-13
© B&C Alexander
ANT1916-13
Ozone Spectrometer for taking an Ozone reading at Vernadsky Research Station. It is called Virginia. Antarctica
ANT1916-14
© B&C Alexander
ANT1916-14
Ukrainian scientist Igor Gvozdovskyy enters the Ozone Spectrometer readings into his computer. Vernadsky Research Station. Antarctica

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