Crew members of the Chilean navy scientific research ship Cabo de Hornos take pictures at the glacier Fouque in the Chile’s Magallanes region on November 30. Photo: AFP
Crew members of the Chilean navy scientific research ship Cabo de Hornos take pictures at the glacier Fouque in the Chile’s Magallanes region on November 30. Photo: AFP

To study climate change, scientists head to the ‘end of the world’

  • An expedition to Chile’s Magallanes region seeks to investigate melting glaciers and ‘red tides’ that may hold clues to the fate of the globe in coming decades

Topic |   Climate change
Crew members of the Chilean navy scientific research ship Cabo de Hornos take pictures at the glacier Fouque in the Chile’s Magallanes region on November 30. Photo: AFP
Crew members of the Chilean navy scientific research ship Cabo de Hornos take pictures at the glacier Fouque in the Chile’s Magallanes region on November 30. Photo: AFP
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