Climate researchers petition Congress to keep Antarctic research funded

10/16/2013 | USA Today

Climate researchers are petitioning Congress to fund work in Antarctica by either ending the federal shutdown or by exempting the $350 million U.S. Antarctic Program from closure. "The consequences of shutting down are devastating to advancing science and research," said McMurdo Station contractor Richard Jeong, who started the petition. Nearly 4,000 people have signed on so far.

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