This week at Davis

  • Davis expeditioners

    23 April 2010

    Davis helped out with promotion of the Cancer Council's Biggest Morning Tea. Gathering table, chairs, cloth, doilies, cups, saucers and teapot we joined the last of the elephant seals still moulting along the high tide line.

  • Young male elephant seal before the sea froze

    16 April 2010

    Davis this week has gone from cold to colder, Wednesday's temperature hitting a low of minus 22C, enough to make your eyebrows and whiskers freeze as this young elephant seal confirms.

  • Davis station Expeditioner leading the way during field training

    9 April 2010

    Newly arrived Davis winterers, Zupy, Ali, Chris, Roachy and Ben, wandered, I mean navigated, out to Deep Lake for the first night of their survival course. Luckily everyone survived despite clogged stoves and near exploding bladders. (Due to the sensitive …

  • Davis expeditioners on wharf

    26 March 2010

    The helicopters and their crews did an enormous amount of work this summer including local and deep-field flying; assisting with the AMISOR project at the Amery Ice Shelf; installing teams at Law Base in the Larseman Hills, Hop Island and Sorsdall Glacier; flying regularly to and from Woop Whoop Skiway; and visiting the Indian, Chinese and Russian stations.

  • 19 March 2010

    Davis is busy with personnel changeover this week after the arrival of the Aurora Australis...

  • Davis diver ready to go

    12 March 2010

    The dive team has worked extremely hard, heading out just after breaky and back in after dinner. Apart from a few bad starts due to unfortunate weather, most days have been a great success.

  • Davis station forecaster at work in office

    26 February 2010

    Davis, "The Riviera of the South", has had a very balmy summer, so it can come as a surprise when the more usual Antarctic weather sets in and hangs around for a while.

  • Davis expeditioner meets local sea creatures at Davis

    19 February 2010

    With winds consistently blowing around the 30 knot mark and gusting into the 50s, a weekend indoors was assured. Friday drinks, aptly titled "Bugs in the Bar" was hosted by the marine scientists and divers, who showed us many fascinating local sea critters.

  • New faces coming in from the ship and container being craned off the barge

    12 February 2010

    The Aurora Australis arrives and departs with resupply, LIDAR operations and rare night-shining clouds, sewerage science, music bands, darts and muesli.

  • Davis expeditioner working on the walkway

    5 February 2010

    Work programs, building projects, diving and AMISOR field work and socialising continue unabated

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