An increase in dead or starving common murres has expanded beyond coastal communities and into urban areas in recent weeks. An Anchorage bird rehabilitation center that usually sees one or two murres a year has gotten 20 this month — all were starving.
Oceanites’ Antarctic Site Inventory 2015 Annual Report is now available :
Happy Holidays & Best of Happy and Healthy New Year’s Greetings to everyone!
Please enjoy the 2015 Antarctic Site Inventory ANNUAL Report . . .
And looking forward to keeping the penguin counting going in the years ahead!
Thanks for all your support, Ron
THE PENGUIN COUNTERS successfully screened yesterday at COP 21 in Paris. The screening was followed by Q & A session that generated many questions, mostly focusing on the status of krill populations and carbon sequestration. Happy to see such extensive interest in penguins and the Southern Ocean, and how Antarctica is the epicenter for solving the ‘krill-penguin-climate change puzzle.’
Exciting news, just in . . .
On December 5, THE PENGUIN COUNTERS will be screened at the Oceans & Climate Pavilion during the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, which, for the first time in over 20 years of UN negotiations, aims to achieve a legally binding and universal agreement on climate.
Check out the schedule:
The issue can be overwhelming. The science is complicated. We get it. This is your cheat sheet.
A new study just published in the Journal of Glaciology is causing some buzz in climate circles, because it appears to claim that Antarctica—long thought t
The population of little penguins on an island in Australia has bounced back thanks to the vigilance of a few sheepdogs.