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Now an assistant area manager with more than a dozen Antarctic deployments behind him, Salom has grown accustomed to the ebb and flow of life on the ice.
The water then swings back southward and travels all the way to the Southern Hemisphere, submerged, where it makes its way to the Antarctic as part of a global system of ocean currents.
Those considerations are complicated by extreme logistics challenges, including the sub-Antarctic storage temperatures the vaccine requires.
Cathy Geiger is a professor at the University of Delaware, and has studied the behavior of sea ice at both the arctic and Antarctic poles for more than three decades.
Riverside Health System in Virginia has ordered a specialized freezer for each of its five hospitals to keep precious vials of coronavirus vaccine as cold as a deep Antarctic freeze.
This compound from an Antarctic sponge was the first chemical that had activity against MRSA under a biofilm.
Whole networks of seismic sensors could be deployed in places currently difficult or impossible to monitor — at the ocean bottom, atop Antarctic glaciers, on other planets.
The initial Starlink mega-constellation is not expected to operate above 60 degrees latitude, meaning that residents of Helsinki might miss out on its benefits, as would soldiers in any future disputed Arctic or Antarctic regions.
The merchant would no longer expose his cargoes to the mountainous billows and capricious gales of the Antarctic seas.
They strung out and started for the Antarctic Ocean, with a big old wicker-worked demijohn in the lead.
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