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Scarcer snow?

Picture copyright EPA Cities throughout Europe have been hit by a Siberian snow blast this week – also referred to as “the Beast from the East”. Even Mediterranean islands reminiscent of Corsica and Capri have not escaped; parts of Spain and Italy have seen their first snowfall in years; and within the UK, there was widespread disruption to move and colleges. However regardless of this wintry climate, in some locations

Scarcer snow?

Picture copyright EPA Cities throughout Europe have been hit by a Siberian snow blast this week – also called “the Beast from the East”. Even Mediterranean islands akin to Corsica and Capri have not escaped; parts of Spain and Italy have seen their first snowfall in years; and within the UK, there was widespread disruption to move and faculties. However regardless of this wintry climate, in some locations snow is

Scarcer snow?

Picture copyright EPA Cities throughout Europe have been hit by a Siberian snow blast this week – often known as “the Beast from the East”. Even Mediterranean islands resembling Corsica and Capri have not escaped; parts of Spain and Italy have seen their first snowfall in years; and within the UK, there was widespread disruption to move and faculties. However regardless of this wintry climate, in some locations snow is

Antarctic expedition hopes for Ernest Shackleton bonus

Media playback is unsupported in your machine Media captionProf Julian Dowdeswell: “Sea-ice situations imply we can not assure to get the place we need to” A scientific expedition will subsequent 12 months attempt to discover the Endurance, the ill-fated ship of Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton. The vessel sank in 1915, crushed by sea-ice within the Weddell Sea and misplaced in three,000m of water. Shackleton and his crew have been

Scarcer snow?

Picture copyright EPA Cities throughout Europe have been hit by a Siberian snow blast this week – also referred to as “the Beast from the East”. Even Mediterranean islands similar to Corsica and Capri have not escaped; parts of Spain and Italy have seen their first snowfall in years; and within the UK, there was widespread disruption to move and colleges. However regardless of this wintry climate, in some locations

Antarctic expedition hopes for Ernest Shackleton bonus

Media playback is unsupported in your system Media captionProf Julian Dowdeswell: “Sea-ice circumstances imply we can not assure to get the place we need to” A scientific expedition will subsequent 12 months attempt to discover the Endurance, the ill-fated ship of Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton. The vessel sank in 1915, crushed by sea-ice within the Weddell Sea and misplaced in three,000m of water. Shackleton and his crew had been

Scarcer snow?

Picture copyright EPA Cities throughout Europe have been hit by a Siberian snow blast this week – often known as “the Beast from the East”. Even Mediterranean islands akin to Corsica and Capri have not escaped; parts of Spain and Italy have seen their first snowfall in years; and within the UK, there was widespread disruption to move and colleges. However regardless of this wintry climate, in some locations snow

Antarctic expedition hopes for Ernest Shackleton bonus

Media playback is unsupported in your machine Media captionProf Julian Dowdeswell: “Sea-ice situations imply we can’t assure to get the place we wish to” A scientific expedition will subsequent 12 months attempt to discover the Endurance, the ill-fated ship of Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton. The vessel sank in 1915, crushed by sea-ice within the Weddell Sea and misplaced in three,000m of water. Shackleton and his crew had been pressured

Scarcer snow?

Picture copyright EPA Cities throughout Europe have been hit by a Siberian snow blast this week – also referred to as “the Beast from the East”. Even Mediterranean islands akin to Corsica and Capri have not escaped; parts of Spain and Italy have seen their first snowfall in years; and within the UK, there was widespread disruption to move and faculties. However regardless of this wintry climate, in some locations

Antarctic expedition hopes for Ernest Shackleton bonus

Media playback is unsupported in your system Media captionProf Julian Dowdeswell: “Sea-ice situations imply we can not assure to get the place we need to” A scientific expedition will subsequent 12 months attempt to discover the Endurance, the ill-fated ship of Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton. The vessel sank in 1915, crushed by sea-ice within the Weddell Sea and misplaced in three,000m of water. Shackleton and his crew had been