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Antarctica

Antarctica and the Southern Ocean make up the most remote part of our planet—one that few people have experienced. Learn how changes happening in this harsh and distant place matter to us all, and how witnessing these changes firsthand is helping inform our understanding of sea level rise, ocean food webs, and the future of climate change.

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Season 4, Episode 2
Originally aired March 9, 2022
Speakers & Host:
Jamie Coleman

Naturalist, Lindblad Expeditions

Rebecca Gast

Microbiologist, WHOI

Sven Lindblad, Founder/Chairman, Lindblad Expeditions
Sven Lindblad

Founder/Chairman, Lindblad Expeditions

Catherine Walker

Glaciologist, WHOI

Veronique LaCapra, Director of Special Projects for Advancement, WHOI
Veronique LaCapra

Host and Director of Special Projects, WHOI

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