This week at Macquarie Island

This week at Macquarie Island 18 June 2010
This week at Macquarie Island 18 June 2010

This week at Macquarie Island 11 June 2010
This week at Macquarie Island 11 June 2010

4 June 2010
This week at Macquarie Island 4 June 2010

This week at Macquarie Island station 28 May 2010
This week at Macquarie Island station 28 May 2010

This week at Macquarie Island station 21 May 2010
This week at Macquarie Island station 21 May 2010

This week at Macquarie Island station 14 May 2010
Wildlife proof fencing, cliff rescue exercise, flu vaccinations and darts.

May
Work progresses well in the lead up to the arrival of two ships: concrete pouring, pest eradication and communications technology.

This week at Macquarie Island station 30 April 2010
One thing we have an abundance of on Macca is wind. This week saw the installation of the new axial wind turbine on Mt Elder to run the radio repeater.

This week at Macquarie Island station 23 April 2010
The pest eradication crew continued to construct four helicopter landing pads for the baiting period commencing in May.

This week at Macquarie Island station 16 April 2010
Scientists Roger and Lars were delighted to have obtained a 3.5 metre core of peat which they believed would allow them to measure cosmic dust inputs to the Earth's atmosphere over a period of at least ten thousand years.

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