The polar ice caps have expanded, the sea-level has fallen, and a new plant has made its appearance: grass.
Also there are areas at higher elevation on the rim of polar craters that see the Sun more than half of the time.
One species bucked the general trend: the south polar skua, which hunts mainly penguin chicks and eggs.
The offer is open to all parties, but with Labour expected to once again emerge on top, the Tory plan enables the remarkable prospect of the two polar opposites of British politics working together.
To circumvent the problems of interpreting results in an organ with a diverse population of cells, it was decided to study the induction of polar growth in individual cells.
Based on growing evidence that climate shifts in the past have taken place with breathtaking speed, based on the freshening of sea water due to accelerated melting of glaciers and the polar ice caps.
A footprint in polar moss, of which there are some 350 Antarctic varieties, lasts ten years.
Electronegativity can be used to predict whether a bond will be a nonpolar covalent bond, a polar covalent bond, or an ionic bond.
Filmmakers' hours are the exact polar opposite of musician's hours: filmmaking begins early in the morning and ends when the sun goes down.
All electrolytes dissociate to some extent in polar solvents.