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Accelerating Antarctic research amid rapid changes

We must prioritize diversity, scientific communication and team-based science to keep up with rapid Antarctic ice and climate change.

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Roach, L.A. Accelerating Antarctic research amid rapid changes. Nat Water 2, 604–605 (2024).

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