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  • Date Submitted: 05/21/2014 03:21 AM
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CoveredWelcome to AntarcticaOverview of ResourcesMetalsFossil FuelsInvestmentSourcesWelcome to AntarcticaAntarctica is a frozen desert continent located south of the Antarctic Circle. It is a mostly uninhabitable region with a total land area of 14 million km2 out of which only 280,000 km2 is ice-free. The continent experiences extremely low temperatures that vary according to elevation, latitude, and distance from the ocean. It is considered to be the coldest and driest continent in the world.There are no indigenous inhabitants in Antarctica; however this continent is host to about 4000 scientists and ship crew from a number of countries working in both permanent and summer-only research stations.Although there is no formal government, Antarctica is governed by the Antarctic Treaty System (ATS), which has been in force since 1961. As of April 2010, there are 48 treaty member countries. The GDP (PPP) per capita in this region is $1.12346. This continent is dominated by scientific activities rather than commercial undertakings at the moment.The map of Antarctica. Image Credit: CIA FactbookOverview of ResourcesExperts believe that mineral and metal resources are likely to be available in Antarctica as known metalliferous fold belts that are found in Australia, Africa, and South America seem to have continuations in this continent according to general principles of plate tectonics.The possible resources include silver, copper, gold, nickel, platinum, iron ore, chromium, cobalt, molybdenum, zinc, manganese lead, titanium, nickel, and...


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