Australian Antarctic Magazine Issue 30: June 2016
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- DNA reveals three populations of Antarctic blue whales
- Krill 'super-swarm' surprises scientists
- Volcanic hotspot may fortify ocean life
- Climate models to benefit from subantarctic cloud watch
- Focus on the East Antarctic fast ice
- Drones take ICECAP flights to new heights
- Antarctic ice cores enhance Australian water management
- Lights, camera - Macquarie Island
- Career challenges shape new Chief Scientist
- Icebreaker Master retires
- Australian Antarctic Strategy and 20 Year Action Plan
- New icebreaker contract signed
- Rare Antarctic artefacts on display
- Australia-China talks
- HMS Protector visit
- Tributes flow for helicopter pilot
- Correcting the record
Supervising Communications Technical Officer, Stuart Shaw, took this photo of Lake Druzhby in the Vestfold Hills (near Davis research station) during a field trip to Trajer Ridge in June 2014. The photo was taken at about midday, with the winter twilight providing a colourful backdrop to the glassy surface of the frozen freshwater lake. Stuart used a flash to highlight the bubbles trapped in the ice as the water froze.