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  SCIENTISTS THINK THEY’VE SOLVED AN ANCIENT ANTARCTIC MYSTERY
About 2.6 million-to-5.6 million years ago, during the Pliocene epoch, a geologic mystery transpired. Somehow, fossils from tiny algae with hard shells called diatoms ended up spread over rock formations in the Transantarctic Mountains. Flash forward millions of years later, and human geologists are still struggling to figure out just what happened on the Southernmost Continent.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1873    2016-10-25 09:07:11
  International Symposium on Polar Environmental Change and Public Governance
Wuhan University and Beijing Normal University would like to invite you to Wuhan, China from Oct. 21 to Oct. 22, 2016 for the International Symposium on Polar Environmental Change and Public Governance. The symposium will focus on the latest result and development in theory, technology and application of polar environmental change and public governance, promoting the participants to exchange their innovative thoughts.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1843    2016-08-02 11:46:32
  China begins 7th Arctic expedition
"Xuelong" (Snow Dragon), China's research vessel, left a Shanghai port on Monday for the Arctic, the country's seventh expedition to the polar region.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1831    2016-07-12 16:25:27
  Spotlight: China ready to work with stakeholders to foster Sustainable Arctic
Chinese representatives attending an ongoing symposium in northern Finland has delivered a clear message that they are prepared to work with stakeholders to achieve the goal of building a sustainable Arctic region.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1821    2016-06-13 10:31:04
  A new website of journal Advances in Polar Science is available
Polar Research Institute of China (PRIC) announces the launch of the new website for journal Advances in Polar Science(APS), which are informative, and convenient for international readers.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1812    2016-05-26 17:55:44
  Northern invaders threaten Antarctic marine life
An international study led by The Australian National University (ANU) has found evidence that marine life can easily invade Antarctic waters from the north, and could be poised to colonise the rapidly-warming Antarctic marine ecosystems.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1810    2016-05-26 10:20:36
  2015 National Annual Report on Polar Program
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1808    2016-05-20 17:44:33
  International meeting to be held in Chile to boost cooperation on Antarctic affairs
The 39th Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting, set to take place in Chile from May 23 to June 1, is expected to help enhance cooperation on Antarctic affairs.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1801    2016-05-05 11:34:47
  China charting a new course
China announced plans on Tuesday to help ships under its flag navigate the Arctic via a Northwest Passage route that will be 30 percent shorter than the ocean passages traditionally used to connect the northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans through the Panama Canal.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1800    2016-04-22 11:33:29
  China's 32nd expedition team returns home from Antarctica
Chinese icebreaker "Xuelong", meaning Snow Dragon in English, is anchored in the dock in Shanghai, east China, April 12, 2016, after conducting the country's 32nd scientific expedition to Antarctica. The icebreaker, carrying a 277-member expedition team, covered about 30,000 nautical miles in the 158-day expedition.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1790    2016-04-13 09:22:36
  Scientists debate impact of rising sea levels on country's coastal environment
Average sea levels are rising faster in China's coastal region than most other places in the world, affecting the coastal environment in various ways, the national marine authority said. Instead of only threatening the relocation of communities and homes in the short term, rising seas are also causing damage to coastal soil and vegetation.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1792    2016-03-30 10:32:33
  Chinese icebreaker Xuelong left Zhongshan Station On March 5
Chinese icebreaker Xuelong, carrying 140 researchers who completed the scientific expedition tasks left Zhongshan Station On March 5, 2016. In the coming winter of the Antarctica, 19 researchers will continue to stay at the Zhongshan Station for routine wintering observation tasks as well as station opreation and maintenance.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1755    2016-03-08 16:55:30
  Australian icebreaker Aurora Australis successfully refloated near Mawson station
The Australian Antarctic Division has commended maritime rescue crews for successfully refloating Australian icebreaker Aurora Australis, two days after it ran aground in Antarctica.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1748    2016-02-29 09:55:23
  China to further explore Antarctic, deep sea this year
China will explore the Antarctic and the deep sea with newly-developed equipment this year, the State Oceanic Administration (SOA) said.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1741    2016-02-11 10:35:03
  Chinese icebreaker “Xuelong” reaches Ross Sea in Antarctica
On Feb. 6, 2016, the Chinese icebreaker "Xuelong", or Snow Dragon, stops on the Ross Sea in Antarctica. Team members of Chinese scientific research of the 32nd Antarctic expedition on the icebreaker reached the Ross Sea for scientific research.
gb_news.php?modid=13001&id=1740    2016-02-09 09:53:17
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