Australian Antarctic Magazine - Issue 1: Autumn 2001
The Australian Antarctic Magazine [ISSN 2652-3027 – online version] seeks to inform the Australian and international Antarctic community about the activities of the Australian Antarctic program. Opinions expressed in the magazine do not necessarily represent the position of the Australian Government.
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- Cool Science for the Third Millennium
- Sea ice, circulation and the East Antarctic ecosystem
- Antarctic pack-ice seals count
- Can albatrosses and longline fisheries co-exist?
- Heard Island's seabirds under scrutiny
- Minimising the disturbance to Antarctic wildlife
- RiSCCY business
- Getting a handle on Antarctic species
- Maps are more than just a pretty picture: science and the new mapping technologies
- The Australian Antarctic Division map catalogue
- Peephole through the ice: the AMISOR project
- Volcanic eruptions and solar activity detected in ice core
- Do buoys have all the fun? The Mertz Glacier polynya experiment
- An iceberg the size of Jamaica!
- Effect of ozone depletion on Antarctic marine microbes
- TIGER eyes look south for space weather
- Davis LIDAR commences atmospheric observations
- Recent advances in medical research
- Space Ship Earth: monitoring space weather
- Australian Antarctic Science Grants for 2001-2002
- Making things happen: supporting our Antarctic program
- Reducing energy use at Antarctic stations
- Antarctic air transport link investigated
- Harnessing the power of the windiest continent
- Safe and waterproof on Heard Island
- Australian Antarctic shipping program 2000-01
Environment and heritage
- Human impacts in Antarctica: what are we doing?
- Australia priorities environment protection
- Every Australian needs a shed!
- World Heritage listed Heard Island
- Marine debris in the Southern Ocean
- The conservation of Mawson's Huts
- Flies discovered at Casey station
- Antarctic Treaty focuses on environment and liability
- Antarctic Treaty to celebrate 40 years
- CCAMLR continues efforts to protect toothfish
- CCAMLR: the first twenty years
- Increased diversity of private expeditions poses challenge
- The International Antarctic Weather Forecasting Handbook
- The Australian Antarctic Foundation Subantarctic Plant House
- Station Leaders for 2001
- Visitors to the Australian Antarctic Division
- Antarctic policy studies developed
- Antarctic Dictionary launch
Fifty years ago
Australia's Antarctic Program starts the new millennium seeking to understand the role of Antarctica in the global climate system and to protect Antarctica and all of its special qualities.
Front cover, clockwise
Andrew Klekociuk, Steve Nicol, Wayne Papps, Doug Thost, Gavin Johnston, Wayne Papps, Diana Calder
Back cover, clockwise
Wayne Papps, Pauline deVox, Kim Pitt, Stephen Brooks, Clive McMahon and Anna McEldowney, Steve Nicol, Australian Antarctic Data Centre, Wayne Papps; Iceberg in background: Diana Calder