This week at Casey
7 December 2012 – All on one page
This week at Casey, ICECAP survey flights give insight into climate change, Adelie penguins remain an attractive sight for visitors and the Casey-Davis rivarly gets an update.
16 November 2012 – All on one page
Even Antarctica isn't safe from the Aussie shed. Expeditioners at Casey clear out some old building materials, remediation continues at a fuel spill site and the Shirley Island Adelie penguins are getting busy.
9 November 2012 – All on one page
Exciting times at Casey meant a slight delay of the news due to an influx of the summer expeditioners! Photos of the planes plus Casey's 'ski school' included. Somehow we managed to slip in a few cute baby Weddell seal pics to boot.
26 October 2012 – All on one page
Expeditioners are out and about this week on a jolly to Peterson Island, the Antarctic Running Club does a hut resupply and Casey celebrates with an end of winter dinner!
12 October 2012 – All on one page
Readying the station for the summer expeditioners is no easy task when dealing with blizzards at Casey. This week the winter crew fixes penguin cams in an extraordinary setting, updates radio communications and does a bit of housekeeping in the 'West Wing'.