Australian Antarctic Magazine - Issue 15: 2008
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- Ocean acidification: Australian impacts in the global context
- Developing ocean acidification policy
- Krill business unusual under 'business as usual'
- The ocean in a high CO2 world
- Carbon dioxide raises the dead zone
- Coral reef history books
- The acid test: responses of benthic invertebrates to climate change.
- Krill mix up the ocean
- Next step for CAML
- Young emperor penguins: where do they go?
- A virus amongst the penguins
- Whale research and conservation becomes cooperative
- Blue genes
Science season ahead
- Evolution of the Antarctic cryosphere
- Mysterious mountains under scrutiny
- Australian Antarctic Science Season 2008-09
- Vulnerable marine ecosystems in Antarctica
- Scientific meeting focuses on the International Polar Year
- Celebrating 50 years of cooperation
- Treaty Parties meet in Ukraine
- Planning for protection