This week at Davis

21 January 2011 All on one page
Expeditioner collecting samples A historical look at station life and interview with a 'good igg'.

11 January 2011 All on one page
Small crustacean under microscope With renewed energies after a visit from Santa Claus and his elves, life at Davis came back to normality for a few days, before it was time for New Year's celebrations!

7 January 2011 All on one page
Christmas at Davis A white Christmas was enjoyed by all at Davis.

24 December 2010 All on one page
Drawing of a mouse asking two penguins what a mouse is Twas a coupla nights before Xmas, and all through the House, some Creatures were stirring...

17 December 2010 All on one page
Two penguins walk along the ice, one with its flippers spread wide. Earlier this week wild winds kept us almost literally on our toes, but it settled down by the weekend. Now we await the retreat of the sea ice, particularly so the marine biologists can begin sea urchin collection. Preparations for Christmas are also underway!

10 December 2010 All on one page
Davis summer personnel Summer group photo, visitors, visiting and new works, sea urchin science, aquarium ready for residents, and weekend play.

3 December 2010 All on one page
Timo V showing his support for FC Hansa Rostock on Gardner Island. Penguins unimpressed. German iron lidar installed, Rayleigh lidar continues operation, iceberg alley, wildlife, football, early moult, under the ice and AWI visitors.

26 November 2010 All on one page
Aurora Australis in the sea ice The ship departed on Saturday following five very busy days. We have been moving containers and unpacking boxes ever since.

19 November 2010 All on one page
Aurora Australis in the fast ice Another summer season has begun: with the arrival of Voyage 1 and the start of the resupply. Just before the ship arrived we took a trip out to Gardner Is.

12 November 2010
Wellsy testing the ice thickness  upwards of 1.8 metres at this locality and still rock solid We have had another busy week, cramming in a lot in the space of just seven days. To start with we had the skiway out in front of the station to prepare in anticipation of the CASA 212s arrival from Casey, when it is ready and the weather allows. The finished article looked mighty fine until the wind got up last night and it is now slightly lumpier than this image portrays. I think the groomers will be back out there again before the plane arrives. 12 November 2010

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