Tasmania to host key Antarctic meetings in 2020
Tasmania will host two major Antarctic meetings in 2020, bringing together the world’s foremost experts in Antarctic research and operations and further cementing the state’s role as a key Antarctic Gateway.
Scientists pinpoint beginning of current global warming trend
New research using climate data from ice cores, corals, sediment layers and tree rings has found human-induced global warming began about 180 years ago, much earlier than previously thought.
Seals help solve Antarctic bottom water mystery
Oceanographic instruments attached to Antarctic elephant seals have helped scientists better understand the role melting ice shelves are having in regulating global ocean temperatures.