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12. Feb 2020 18:43
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^ "Antarctic Tourism

The United States has been a leader in developing Antarctic tourism policies, as well as policies and rules protecting the Antarctic environment. The United States has a major interest in Antarctic tourism because one-third of all tourists visiting Antarctica by ship are American citizens. Furthermore, almost half of all Antarctic tourist expeditions are subject to U.S. regulation because they are organized in or proceed to Antarctica from the United States. The United States has a major interest in promoting the safety of American citizen tourists in Antarctica, in particular, and in minimizing environmental impacts of U.S. tourists and U.S.-based tour operators. The Department of State is responsible for informing other Treaty Parties of non-governmental expeditions to Antarctica organized in or proceeding from the United States. In this connection, the Department of State determines, in consultation with the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Science Foundation, whether expedition organizers are subject to U.S. regulations administered by EPA and NSF related to environmental protection in Antarctica. Information for U.S. citizens traveling to Antarctica is available at travel.state.gov."
Antarctica International Travel Information tinyurl.com/qntwfnq
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"Erderwärmung
Wärmster Tag in Antarktis

Stand: 07.02.2020 13:01 Uhr

Gleich mehrere Messstationen auf der antarktischen Halbinsel haben Temperaturrekorde gemeldet. Auf der argentinischen Forschungsstation "Esperanza" waren es 18,3 Grad. Die Region erwärmt sich seit Jahren am schnellsten."
www.tagesschau.de/ausland/argentinien-antarktis-klima-101.html

unknown 1 week ago

"Studie zum Meeresspiegel
Das größte Risiko liegt in der Antarktis

Stand: 14.02.2020 08:30 Uhr

In den zurückliegenden 100 Jahren ist der Meeresspiegel um 19 Zentimeter gestiegen - unter anderem wegen schmelzender Gebirgsgletscher. Dieser Anstieg könnte sich vervielfachen, warnen Forscher. Der entscheidende Faktor: das Eis der Antarktis."
www.tagesschau.de/ausland/antarktis-studie-103.html