This week at Davis

  • An orange work boat, called the Wyatt Earp, with four people out on deck, in front of an iceberg.

    24 February 2017

    This week at Davis we're wrapping up science projects and the ship has arrived.

  • A metalwork clock, shaped like a spider's web, with a swinging spider on the pendulum.

    17 February 2017

    This week at Davis we've been finishing off our search and rescue training, having a good time with our Indian neighbours and we held an art show.

  • A zodiac travels near an enormous iceberg. The boat looks very small. The iceberg is curvy having rolled over in its history.

    10 February 2017

    This week at Davis we have the ABC in town, we're doing deep field work on the Sørsdal Glacier and Amery Ice Shelf, and successfully replacing Trajer Hut.

  • A photo from ground level of the corrugations in the skiway surface, from being groomed.

    3 February 2017

    This week at Davis we've been very aviation focused with a Hercules coming in and some deep field projects having been achieved. However, we did still manage to combine fire training with washing the vehicles.

  • The Antarctic plateau meets the ocean. A large iceberg, recently broken off from the iceshelf is visible.

    27 January 2017

    It has been another big week at Davis with trips out into the deep field, a visit to the neighbours, more seabird work and everyone out on recreational jollies.

  • An aerial view of several lakes within the Vestfold Hills. The land is brown and rocky while the lakes are a beautiful blue. The sun is also shining.

    20 January 2017

    This week at Davis we've hauled cable for infrasound, been out studying geophysics, removed the hut from Trajer Ridge and continued our search and rescue training.

  • Three Zodiacs and the Wyatt Earp boat, are seen cruising off-shore, Icebergs line the horizon.

    13 January 2017

    This week we celebrate 60 years of Davis, opening of the boating season and a hut upgrade.

  • Three people are in the hot tub. In the background you can see sea-ice in the bay.

    6 January 2017

    It's been a busy two weeks. This included an appearance from Father Christmas, a delicious feast, a hot tub on New Year's Day and a visit from the neighbours.

  • In the foreground is sea-ice, in the middle ground is open water, and in the distance is a line of large, white, icebergs.

    23 December 2016

    This week we've been busy with a number of projects achieving some great milestones...

  • Aaron is standing outside the met building, dressed in safety gear. He

    16 December 2016

    As we approach mid-summer, things are getting busy on station: the Met team are finally all here, the aircraft ground support officers are working out of Woop Woop and the physical scientists are finishing data collection while the sea ice is still present.

  • Three people are standing on the sea ice enjoying the view. Behind them is a row of quad bikes and an island.

    9 December 2016

    This week has been busy: conducting fieldwork on the Sørsdal Glacier, winterers undergoing quad training out on the sea ice, and our first party for the summer!

  • This is an aerial view of the icebergs trapped in the frozen ocean. Beyond them you can see the plateau from which they calved from.

    2 December 2016

    It's been a busy week of field training, seabird ecology and spring cleaning.

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