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Antarctic science is often difficult. But for one Canterbury researcher, it's also daring.
New Zealand has a legacy of research in the largest relatively ice-free region of Antarctica, which is being affected by warmer winds and temperatures.
Tagging sharks, catching venomous spiders, walking on volcanoes and burning forests - science is a lot more than being stuck in a lab all day. Jamie Morton finds out how some researchers spend their days.
TVNZ's weatherman looks at the love-hate relationship Scott Base has with the icy winds that whip Antarctica.