Australian Antarctic Magazine - Issue 1: Autumn 2001

The Australian Antarctic Magazine 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.

The magazine is produced twice a year (June, December) in hard copy and made available online. All text and images published in the magazine are copyright of the Commonwealth of Australia, unless otherwise stated. Editorial enquiries, including requests to reproduce material, or contributions, should be addressed to the Editor at magazine@aad.gov.au.

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Contents

Introduction

Science

Operations

Environment and heritage

International

Weather

In brief...

Fifty years ago

Freeze Frame

Cover

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.

Photograph credits

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