Australian Antarctic Magazine - Issue 3: Autumn 2002
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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- Antarctica, Planet Earth
- Antarctic ice and the global climate system
- What happened to our ozone?
- Resource exploitation in the Antarctic region
- Whaling: unfinished business
- More than just having a good idea
- Building knowledge to reduce human impacts
- Stop press: aliens invade Antarctica!
- Collecting the data
- Stopping the aliens: what are we doing about it?
- 10 years on - why is the Protocol important?
- When can we go mining in Antarctica?
- Madrid Protocol: what do the critics say?
- The Committee for Environmental Protection
- Antarctic protected areas: layer upon layer
- Study to identify places important for birds
- Cairns and cans, plaques and plates
- Australia's subantarctic World Heritage
- What's happening on Heard and McDonald Islands
- What's happening on Macquarie Island
- Boil, or just SIMR?
- The laws of the Australian Antarctic Territory
- Assessing the impact of Australian activities
- Permits: essential environmental safeguards
- Putting environmental policy into action
- New policy raises bar for environmental practices
- Protecting Antarctica from intruders
- Reducing packaging for cleaning and household goods
- Managing human waste in the Antarctic
- Collex provides containers for waste cleanup
- Managing oil to cut pollution risks
- Learning to tread lightly
- A season of notable successes despite obstacles
- CLIVAR gathers evidence for global climate studies
- Amery Ice Shelf: home of the Troglodytes
- Why are we so interested in the Amery Ice Shelf?
- The AMISOR mooring hunt
- Hunkering down: albatross research on the edge
- GPS system: remote data breakthrough
- The A factor hits summer logistics
- Abnormal low pressure system brings extreme weather to Australian stations
- Christmas in the Prydz Bay pack ice
- More of those big bergs: where are they now?
- Hard times for Ross Sea penguins
- Sydney company chosen to progress Antarctic air link
- Making sure clean-ups don't add to problems
- Contaminants in freezing ground conference
- Penguin deaths under investigation
- 2002-2003 Antarctic research grants announced
- Cooking up a voyage schedule
- German and Australian scientists collaborate in the Prince Charles Mountains 2002-03
- Illegal fishing dominates 20th CCAMLR
- Environmentally-friendly Swedish station minimises impact on Antarctica
- Australian Antarctic weather records: Casey
- International visitors check out Antarctica