Antarctic warming

June 1994
New Scientist;6/25/94, Vol. 142 Issue 1931, p11
Focuses on the increase in the average winter temperatures in the Antarctic. Support for claims of global warming; Data from the British Antarctic Survey's Faraday research station in Antarctica.


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