1. Seals with antennas helped solve Antarctic mystery  KoamNewsNow.com
  2. Mystery of giant Antarctic ice holes solved by robots, tricked-out seals  CNET
  3. We're Starting to Figure Out Why There Are Mysterious Holes in The Antarctic Sea Ice  ScienceAlert
  4. Antarctica’s Mysterious Polynya –“Flipping Over the Entire Ocean”  The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel
  5. Storms, Salty Water Caused Mystery Hole in Antarctic Sea Ice  Scientific American
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Massive holes known as polynyas could appear more often with climate change -- and even contribute to it.Massive holes known as polynyas could appear more often with climate change -- and even contribute to it.

Mystery of giant Antarctic ice holes solved by robots, tricked-out seals - CNET

The crust of floating ice that forms over Antarctica's Weddell Sea every winter is home to a baffling mystery. Every now and again, a huge hole will appear, exposing the dark, icy waters below.The crust of floating ice that forms over Antarctica's Weddell Sea every winter is home to a baffling mystery. Every now and again, a huge hole will appear, exposing the dark, icy waters below.

We're Starting to Figure Out Why There Are Mysterious Holes in The Antarctic Sea Ice

A new study unlocks the mystery of Antarctic polynyas and larger ocean circulation.A new study unlocks the mystery of Antarctic polynyas and larger ocean circulation.

Antarctica's Mysterious Polynya --"Flipping Over the Entire Ocean" | The Daily Galaxy

A new study unlocks the mystery of Antarctic polynyas and larger ocean circulation.

Scientists now have a better idea of why giant holes have been opening up in the ice of the Antarctic, and they were assisted by some unique field partners.Scientists now have a better idea of why giant holes have been opening up in the ice of the Antarctic, and they were assisted by some unique field partners.

Seals with antennas helped solve Antarctic mystery - KOAM

Researchers revealed that the massive Maud Rise Polynya that appeared in Antarctica in 2017 was caused by a cyclone. They warned that more polynyas will appear as the frozen continent is exposed to intense cyclones caused by climate change.Researchers revealed that the massive Maud Rise Polynya that appeared in Antarctica in 2017 was caused by a cyclone. They warned that more polynyas will appear as the frozen continent is exposed to intense cyclones caused by climate change.

Scientists Solve Mystery Of Strange 'Sea' Appearing In Antarctica | Tech Times

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Robotic floats and elephant seals helped solve the mystery of the formation of features called polynyasRobotic floats and elephant seals helped solve the mystery of the formation of features called polynyas

Storms, Salty Water Caused Mystery Hole in Antarctic Sea Ice - Scientific American

Robots, satellites, and seals fitted with head sensors have been used to work out why there’s a hole the size of South Carolina in Antarctica’s sea ice.Some background: Back in 1976, researchers discovered that a huge hole occasionally appears in the floating ice that forms over Antarctica’s Weddell Sea every winter.Robots, satellites, and seals fitted with head sensors have been used to work out why there’s a hole the size of South Carolina in Antarctica’s sea ice.Some background: Back in 1976, researchers discovered that a huge hole occasionally appears in the floating ice that forms over Antarctica’s Weddell Sea every winter.

A strange event occurred off the Antarctic coast in the dark midwinter of 2016. A gaping hole opened in the middle of the sea ice on the Weddell Sea, eventually expanding to nearly 13,000 square miles in size. It was the largest ice break observed in that region for decades.A strange event occurred off the Antarctic coast in the dark midwinter of 2016. A gaping hole opened in the middle of the sea ice on the Weddell Sea, eventually expanding to nearly 13,000 square miles in size. It was the largest ice break observed in that region for decades.

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Elephant seals with antennas attached safely to the tops of their heads have helped scientists understand why giant holes have begun opening up in the ice of the Weddell Sea in Antarctica.Elephant seals with antennas attached safely to the tops of their heads have helped scientists understand why giant holes have begun opening up in the ice of the Weddell Sea in Antarctica.

Seals help scientists solve mystery of giant holes in the Antarctic ice | fox5sandiego.com

Elephant seals with antennas attached safely to the tops of their heads have helped scientists understand why giant holes have begun opening up in the ice of the Weddell Sea in Antarctica.

Seals help scientists solve mystery of giant holes in the Antarctic ice – fox5sandiego.com