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Dry Valleys and scientist
4 December 2019

NZ scientists to probe climate threat frozen underground- Jamie Morton NZ Herald

Jamie Morton reports on Antarctic permafrost and its role in emitting greenhouse gasses. Read More

Nick Golledge
30 October 2019

Associate Professor Nick Golledge awarded 2019 Hill Tinsley Medal

Congratulations to Nick Golledge, who has been awarded the 2019 Hill Tinsley Medal for his ice sheet modelling research. Nick manages and facilitates the Antarctic Science Platform modelling hub. Read More

National Insitute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA)
29 August 2019

National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) PhD Scholarship

The Southern Ocean helps regulate the Earth’s climate system and supports unique and biodiverse ecosystems. The microbial communities of the Southern Ocean - bacteria, phytoplankton, and microzooplankton - are the foundation of A… Read More

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3 July 2019

Dramatic loss in Antarctic sea ice concerns NASA

NASA scientists are concerned about a dramatic fall in the extent of sea ice around Antarctica. The frozen area circling the continent has plunged from a record high to a record low in just three years. (Newshub) Read More

Aurora 2019 JONNY HARRISON
25 June 2019

The long, dark and very cold night: Antarctica in photographs

For six months of the year Antarctica doesn't see the sun. However, the sights are amazing — as shown in these photographs from Jonny Harrison who is spending his winter at Scott Base. Read More

Opportunities
7 June 2019

Applications open for four three-year research fellowships

A warmer world, even one consistent with a Paris-Agreement target of 2ºC by 2100, will no doubt look very different from the one we experience today. Higher atmospheric and oceanic temperatures will be accompanied by higher sea l… Read More

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