Latest Gamburtsev Mountain Range Stories
Scientists have created a detailed map called BEDMAP of Antarctica's rock bed that lies underneath its icy surface.
Researchers may have finally found how Antarctica’s Gamburtsev Subglacial Mountains were formed, a conundrum that has plagued scientists since they were first discovered in 1958.
An international team of scientists working in the most remote parts of Antarctica have discovered that masses of ice form underneath the ice sheet instead of on top.
New research by scientists in Britain and China reveals evidence of how the East Antarctic ice sheet initially formed.
Scientists said on Tuesday that Antarctica's ice is covering up jagged mountains the size of the Alps, providing new clues about the vast ice sheet that will raise world sea levels if even a fraction of it melts.
Researchers are preparing to explore an Antarctic mountain range that has never been seen before.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.