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Which of these 19 Australian ecosystems will succumb to climate change first?
See 19 Australian ecosystems already collapsing
RRS James Clark Ross departs Antarctica for final time
Glaciers accelerate in Getz region of West Antarctica
Environmental evaluations of station proposals from Turkey and New Zealand 23 February 2021
Potential for life in lakes isolated beneath Antarctic ice
How Pfizer COVID vaccine gets from freezer into your arm
Bacterial hitchhikers tell tales of Antarctic krill dispersal 18 February 2021
Lakes isolated beneath Antarctic ice could be more amenable to life than thought
Robotic gliders deployed on giant iceberg mission
UB scientists Anna Ferré Mateu and Katharina Heil, chosen in an international project on leadership for women
Discovery of life beneath Antarctica’s ice shelves
Hats off to headstrong Antarctic artist 14 February 2021
New ways to ‘see’ under melting Antarctic ice shelves for more accurate climate modelling
Ozone-depleting gas emissions back on decline
Seafarers let down by government inaction to have local crew on MPV Everest for upcoming Antarctic mission
“It’s a people job for me”: new Station Leader bound for Davis 10 February 2021
“It’s very exciting”: new Mawson station leader ready for challenge 9 February 2021
RRS Sir David Attenborough heads to open sea for trials
Explore Antarctica 5 February 2021
Could new theory answer what causes landslides on Mars?
Good news on ozone: world scientists make global assessment 5 February 2021
Using unique markings to positively identify humpback whales
‘Leaky’ noble gas behavior could provide missing link in predicting climate change
Antarctica’s ice melt isn’t consistent, new analysis shows
A stargazer’s guide to 2021
Minor incident on board MPV Everest 29 January 2021
Getting measure of krill 28 January 2021
World-first technologies to study Antarctic krill
Low temperature science: past, present, and future
RRS Sir David Attenborough workboat wins international award
Global ice loss increases at record rate
Sea Secrets lectures focus on innovative research
‘Hi buddy’: story of one emperor penguin and an Antarctic expeditioner 22 January 2021
Evaluation concludes BAS research is ‘world leading’
From Queenstown to Macca for top Tassie doctor 21 January 2021
6 cases of COVID-19 in 2 days in managed isolation
Gentoo poo and satellite tracking shows way to sustainable krill fishery 20 January 2021
10 COVID-19 cases in 2 days at border
To Predict Future of Polar Ice, Environmental Scientists Are Looking to Past
Penguins benefit from extended maritime zone
18 COVID-19 cases in 2 days in managed isolation
To Moon and back: AAD leads 30 years of plankton surveys in Southern Ocean 14 January 2021
NASA selects astrophysics mission to detect ultrahigh-energy neutrinos
Melting icebergs key to sequence of an ice age, scientists find
Alum leads legal team for Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine
Opportunities for Antarctic research – Apply now
New Hub to service BOM operations across Tasmania and Antarctica