What is the aim of The Journey to, Antarctica?
The study of our past is possible in Antarctica through_________.
What caused disturbance to the silence of the continent?
What is the figure of speech used in the line, “It’s like walking into a giant ping-pong ball”?
Antarctica has been described as ___________.
How does the geographical phenomena help us?
Where is the world’s geological history trapped?
How old are the records trapped in the layers of ice on Antarctica?
What does the author compare the running and stretching of crabs to?
Why was the programme ‘Students on Ice ‘ a great success?
Name the program which aimed to take high school students to the end of the world?
The lesson Journey to the end of the Earth revolve around_______
When do you know that the threat of global warming is very real?
‘And for humans, the prognosis isn’t good.’ This line means__________.
The author’s first emotion on facing Antarctica’s expansive white landscape was ____________.
If we want to know our earth, the human race and its past, present, and future where should we go?
Which program was a life changing program?
Where does 90% of earth’s total ice exist?
What are the reasons for increasing global temperatures?
What is phytoplankton?