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The warming at the South Pole is linked to accelerating ice melt elsewhere in Antarctica, which could fuel more rapid rises in sea levels worldwide.The warming at the South Pole is linked to accelerating ice melt elsewhere in Antarctica, which could fuel more rapid rises in sea levels worldwide.

Climate change: South Pole has warmed at three times the global rate

The South Pole has warmed three times faster than the rest of the planet in the last 30 years due to warmer tropical ocean temperatures, new research showed Monday.

South Pole warming three times faster than rest of Earth: study

Over the past 30 years, the South Pole has been one of the fastest changing places on Earth, warming more than three times quicker than the rest of the world.Over the past 30 years, the South Pole has been one of the fastest changing places on Earth, warming more than three times quicker than the rest of the world.

New research shows the South Pole is warming faster than the rest of the world

New research shows the South Pole is warming faster than the rest of the world

At the South Pole, considered the coldest point on Earth, temperatures are rising fast.At the South Pole, considered the coldest point on Earth, temperatures are rising fast.

South Pole warmed three times the global rate in last 30 years: study - Reuters

A 'double whammy' of increase in greenhouse gasses and weather shifts explain why Antarctica is bearing the brunt of climate change, Victoria University researchers claim.A 'double whammy' of increase in greenhouse gasses and weather shifts explain why Antarctica is bearing the brunt of climate change, Victoria University researchers claim.

South Pole is warming THREE TIMES faster than rest of world | Daily Mail Online

Surface air temperatures at the bottom of the world have risen three times faster than the global average since the 1990s.Surface air temperatures at the bottom of the world have risen three times faster than the global average since the 1990s.

Warm air doesn’t reach Antarctica as easily as the rest of the globe, but a new study has found that not even the South Pole is safe from the influences of human-driven climate change. Warm air doesn’t reach Antarctica as easily as the rest of the globe, but a new study has found that not even the South Pole is safe from the influences of human-driven climate change.

The South Pole Is Warming Three Times Faster Than the Rest of Earth

The world’s southernmost weather station has seen record-high temperatures over the past three decades, a new study says.The Amundsen-Scott station, located at Antarctica’s south pole, recorded warming that was three times higher than the global average from 1989 to 2018, according to the research.The world’s southernmost weather station has seen record-high temperatures over the past three decades, a new study says.The Amundsen-Scott station, located at Antarctica’s south pole, recorded warming that was three times higher than the global average from 1989 to 2018, according to the research.

South pole warmed ‘three times faster’ than global average over past 30 years

The South Pole has warmed more than three times the global rate for the past three decades, a new study reports.The South Pole has warmed more than three times the global rate for the past three decades, a new study reports.

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The South Pole, the most remote part of the planet, has been warming at triple the global average, as natural variability joins with climate change to produce an abrupt shift in temperature trends.The South Pole, the most remote part of the planet, has been warming at triple the global average, as natural variability joins with climate change to produce an abrupt shift in temperature trends.

At the South Pole, considered the coldest point on Earth, temperatures are rising fast, which scientists say is a cause for concern.At the South Pole, considered the coldest point on Earth, temperatures are rising fast, which scientists say is a cause for concern.

Victoria University's Dr Kyle Clem says they used to think the Antarctic plateau was safe from the warming.Victoria University's Dr Kyle Clem says they used to think the Antarctic plateau was safe from the warming.

'No place isolated from warming' - South Pole heating up three times faster than rest of world, study finds | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

At the South Pole, considered the coldest point on Earth, temperatures are rising fast. At the South Pole, considered the coldest point on Earth, temperatures are rising fast.

South Pole warmed 3 times the global rate in last 30 years: study | ABS-CBN News

The South Pole has warmed three times faster than the rest of the planet in the last 30 years due to warmer tropical ocean temperatures, new research showed Monday.The South Pole has warmed three times faster than the rest of the planet in the last 30 years due to warmer tropical ocean temperatures, new research showed Monday.

Scientists Discover The South Pole Is Warming 3x Faster Than The Rest of The Planet