With the UN climate talks getting underway in Paris, the Herald's science reporter Jamie Morton is talking to a range of experts on climate-related issues. Here he talks to Professor Tim Naish, director of Victoria University's Antarctic Research Centre, about the major part the frozen continent has in the picture of climate change.
Award-winning science writer Dr Rebecca Priestley's new anthology of Antarctic science, Dispatches from Continent Seven, starts out with her own experience on the ice.
Herald science reporter and fellow Antarctican Jamie Morton chats with her about her new book.
What's going on in the big frozen continent below us? Dr Nancy Bertler of GNS Science and Victoria University, a plenary speaker in the 2015 Antarctic Science Conference opening in Christchurch tomorrow, answered these questions from the Herald.
It’s vast, frozen and 4000km away at the very bottom of the world. But what’s happening there could affect us all. Science reporter Jamie Morton explains