56-Year-Old Grandmother Heads to Antarctica to Run Her Seventh Worldwide Marathon in Under a Year
Compassionate Runner, Linda Quirk, Nationally Known for Her Quest to Raise One Million Dollars for Charity, Makes a Request for More Donations on www.Run7on7.com
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., March 3 /PRNewswire/ -- At 56, Linda Quirk has undergone an amazing journey - seven marathons across seven co...
Remote Medicine: GWU Medical Faculty Treat Antarctica Personnel
Telemedicine Program Allows Doctors to Diagnose and Advise Patients from Thousands of Miles Away
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A telemedicine program for researchers and scientists working in Antarctica
became fully operational this week as the GW Medical Faculty Associates...
Patrick Rummerfield Teams with Eric Westacott Foundation and Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation to Help Young Quadriplegic Boy
...rick regained function to his limbs, and went on to race marathons all over the world, including the Ironman Triathlon, the Gobi Desert march, and the antarctica
marathon, and to establish the FIA World Land Speed record on an electric car, along with 34 World Firsts. Today Patrick works with the International ...
AIBS honors outstanding contributions to biology
...e Emperor of Japan, and the 2006 National Medal of Science awarded by the President of the United States. Colwell has been recognized for her work in antarctica
with a mountain named the "Colwell Massif". She has authored/co-authored 17 books, more than 700 scientific publications, and produced the award-winn...
InPlace Medical Solutions Announces Advanced Medical Services for Offshore and Remote Locations
...eloped by the University of Texas Medical Branch, which created and developed the remote medical system through 13 years of use in locations such as antarctica
- the South Pole.
Caldwell added, "InPlace Medical Solutions also provides services previously not easily available on rigs - voluntary health r...
Old-Growth Forests Dying Off in U.S. West
... almost two days earlier.
And the other study found that temperatures in antarctica
have increased about half a degree in the past 50 years. The warming of antarctica
is related to changes in atmospheric circulation and declines in sea ice in...
Medical research on ice
...itoring device, taking into account that the majority of Concordia crewmembers have no medical background. The first prototype was recently shipped to antarctica
and is now being evaluated by the Concordia crew.
Other interesting medical and psychological research is still ongoing at the station. For exampl...
American Chemical Society's Weekly PressPac -- May 21, 2008
...DDT are released into coastal waters annually along the Western Antarctic Ice Sheet from glacial meltwater. The researchers point out that DDT reaches antarctica
by long-range atmospheric transport in snow, and then gets concentrated in the food chain. DDT has been banned in the northern hemisphere and has been...
Small sea creatures may be the 'canaries in the coal mine' of climate change
... of California, Santa Barbara, has just returned from a research mission to antarctica
where she collected pteropods, tiny marine snails the size of a lentil, tha...shells from the seawater they live in. She characterized her recent trip to antarctica
as an urgent research mission.
She has performed extensive studies of t...
Climate change, gender differences, health among EurekAlert! 10 Most Popular Stories in 2007
...State University study that showed temperatures in antarctica
during the late 20th century did not climb as had ...h precipitation and temperature will increase over antarctica
with a warming of the planet.
The NASA weather m...o see a global warming signal from the mainland of antarctica
Bromwich said the best we can say rig...
Antarctica in Medical Dictionary
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Antarctica in Biological News
Massive dinosaur discovered in Antarctica sheds light on life, distribution of sauropodomorphs
CHICAGOA new genus and species of dinosaur from the Early Jurassic has been discovered in Antarctica. The massive plant-eating primitive sauropodomorph is called Glacialisaurus hammeri and lived about 190 million years ago.
The recently published description of the new dinosaur is based on part...
First comprehensive 'inventory' of life in Antarctica
The first comprehensive "inventory" of sea and land animals around a group of Antarctic islands reveals a region that is rich in biodiversity and has more species than the Galapagos. The study provides an important benchmark to monitor how they will respond to future environmental change.
Scientists find 245 million-year-old burrows of land vertebrates in Antarctica
For the first time paleontologists have found fossilized burrows of tetrapods any land vertebrates with four legs or leglike appendages in Antarctica
dating from the Early Triassic epoch, about 245 million years ago.
The fossils were created when fine sand from an overflowing river poured i...
Explorers marvel at 'Brittlestar City' on seamount in powerful current swirling around Antarctica
Census of Marine Life-affiliated scientists, plumbing the secrets of a vast underwater mountain range south of New Zealand, captured the first images of a novel Brittlestar City established against daunting odds on the peak of a seamount an underwater summit taller than the worlds tallest buildin...
Observing sustainable tourism in Antarctica Antarctica
is the ultimate destination for anyone interested in natural history but it also challenges those people who visit to think broadly about our responsibilities to all life on Earth. Thats the view of Dr Robert Lambert, a lecturer on Tourism and the Environment at The University of Nottin...
Texas researchers and educators head for Antarctica
(San Antonio)Its been more than 100 years since anyone has journeyed to this section of Antarcticas Amundsen Sea, but that is about to change. Next month five UTSA researchers and a Boerne High School science teacher will join a crew of 22 researchers from several countries to set sail on a two m...
AGU journal highlights -- Aug. 6, 2009
10. How ocean mass flows around antarctica
Understanding the dynamics of how ocean masses ...em. To study mass flows in the Southern Ocean near antarctica
and how they relate to wind stress, Ponte and Quin...riations.
Bottom pressure changes around antarctica
and wind-driven meridional flows
Early initiation of Arctic sea-ice formation
...old for sea-ice formation was first crossed in the Arctic, which, say the authors, is "a hypothesis opposite to that modelled for glacial ice, whereby antarctica
is shown to glaciate much earlier (that is, at higher levels of carbon dioxide) than circum-Arctic continents."
Breakthrough made in assessing marine phytoplankton health
...more frequent basis.
Some surprises are already in.
It was known, for instance, that parts of the equatorial Pacific Ocean, some regions around antarctica
and parts of the sub-Artic Pacific Ocean below Alaska were limited in production by the poor availability of iron. The newest data, however, show that...
Unlikely life thriving at Antarctica's Blood Falls
... unexpected setting to be teeming with life.
The McMurdo Dry Valleys of antarctica
are devoid of animals and complex plants and scientists consider them to be...dying life in other hostile environments, including the subglacial lakes of antarctica
and perhaps even on other icy planets in the solar system such as below the...
Antarctica in Biological Technology
Antarctica in Biological Definition
...ll climates. Within the last few decades, humans have been able to explore antarctica
, the ocean depths, and space , although long-term habitation of these e...man habitation within closed ecological systems in hostile environments ( antarctica
, outer space ) is expensive, typically limited in duration, and restricte...
Search for extraterrestrial life
As of 2005 , there is no definite evidence of extraterrestrial life. However examination of meteors from antarctica
which are presumed to have originated from the planet Mars have provided what some scientists believe to be microfossils of extraterrestrial life, ...
Antarctica in Biological Dictionary
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