Antarctic Geography For Kids and Teens in the Best of the Web Directory

Antarctic Geography For Kids and Teens

  • Antarctic History

    Includes early exploration, seal hunters, heroic age, mechanized age, territorial claims, and population.

  • Antarctic Research Trust

    Conducts and supports scientific research on Antarctic and sub-Antarctic animals to provide baseline data for adequate conservation measures.

  • British Antarctic Survey

    Undertakes scientific research on and around the Antarctic continent.

  • Classroom Antarctica

    Contains a comprehensive scheme of work teaching students about Antarctic history, life, work, nature and stewardship, with activities and discussion ideas.

  • National Geographic: Antarctica

    Presents a photo of an iceberg from the waters of the region. Provides details about the team, its mission, the ship, and the place.

  • Nova Online: Warnings from the Ice

    Presents an article about nature’s time machine. Includes an almanac of the Antarctic.

  • Nova: Mountain of Ice

    Articles include the life cycle of a glacier and the expedition’s story. Discusses the pros and cons if and when the ice melts in the Polar Regions.

  • Pole Souls

    Narrates life at the south pole dome as seen, in 1977, by a group of 21 scientists - before many modern inventions made life there much eaiser and more pleasant.

  • South Pole Live Camera

    Presents a live view and an archived view of the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, as well as time lapse sequences.

  • Zoom School: Antarctic

    Contains a satellite feed on the region and presents a map and geographical details about the area.

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