Climate change in Antarctica

David Barnes from the British Antarctic Survey tells about changes taking place in the Southern Ocean and introduces us to some amazing critters that have come a long way from...
11 August 2010

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David Barnes, British Antarctic Survey

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Sea Spider - Pycnogonid

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Some of the fastest changes due to warming seas are taking place in the Southern Ocean. David Barnes from the British Antarctic Survey tells us about studying in the coldest place on the planet and we meet some amazing critters that have come a long way from home.

Sea Spider - Pycnogonid
Sarah Castor-Perry and David Barnes in the cold room at BAS

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Climate change in Antarctica.
British Antarctic Survey

David Barnes et al (2009).
Geographic range shift responses to climate change by Antarctic benthos: where we should look?. Marine Ecology Progress Series. (PDF)

David Barnes & Lloyd Peck (2008).
Vulnerability of Antarctic shelf biodiversity to predicted regional warming. Climate Research (PDF)

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