Czech scientists on their way to Czech polar station

In Education & Science, Winter on January 2, 2010 by Petr Bokuvka Tagged: , , ,

Czech scientists from Masaryk University in Brno are on their way to Mendel Polar Station (Johann Gregor Mendel Czech Polar Station) on the coast of James Ross Island near the Antartic Peninsula. Every year as summer begins in the region, a team of three to six experts in geology, climate changes and biology arrive at the research base and stay for several weeks, the news server wrote.

The experts simulate conditions that are expected to occur in the region, should the current trends in climate changes and global warming persist for the next ten to fifteen years. In other words, they try to prove or dismiss the claims normally associated with the loss of ice layer – and similar processes.


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