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Antarctica: Southern Ocean floor mapped in greatest ever detail
by Jonathan Amos, BBC Science Correspondent
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10 June 2022
On 10 June 2022 BBC News reported:
Scientists have made the most precise map yet of the mountains, canyons, and plains that make up the floor of Antarctica's encircling Southern Ocean. Knowledge of the shape of the ocean's bottom is essential to safe navigation, marine conservation, and understanding Earth's climate and geological history. The International Bathymetric Chart of the Southern Ocean (IBCSO) has taken five years to compile and updates the first attempt at a comprehensive map, which was published in 2013. Better seafloor maps are needed for a host of reasons.
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