Podcast: Under The Ice: Studying One of the Last Unexplored Aquatic Environments on Earth: Overview

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The Podcast: Under The Ice: Studying One of the Last Unexplored Aquatic Environments on Earth: Overview is a segment of the Web Seminar: Under The Ice: Studying One of the Last Unexplored Aquatic Environments on Earth, May 27, 2010. The podcast is 2 minutes 15 seconds in duration.

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The source Web Seminar is the fourth and final installment of a Web Seminar series sponsored by NASA, NOAA, and NSF as an extension of the last IPY. In this program, Dr. Slawek Tulaczyk and Dr. Brent Christner talked about the liquid water that is formed under the nearly two-mile thick Antarctic ice sheet and ways scientist are exploring what this water contains and how it is formed. Additionally, they presented information about life in the cold, how the liquid water is a habitat for microbial life and how the work done by scientists in Antarctica has icy implications for astrobiology.

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