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Penguins in a Changing Climate

11.20.2015, by
Antarctica is still home to large populations of Adélie penguins, yet changes to their environment can rapidly render certain areas inhospitable. Since 2010, researchers are closely monitoring the colonies established in the Pointe Géologie Archipelago to detect these modifications and anticipate their impact.

The study presented here is a part of the l'Ammer program (for Adélie Penguins as Monitor of the Marine EnviRonment), supported by the French Polar Institute Paul-Emile Victor (Ipev) and by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).

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