12 December 2018
A mobile air chemistry lab called AIRBOX is hitching a ride on Australia’s icebreaker.
6 November 2018
The Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) traps plankton swimming in the ocean between moving sheets of silk.
23 October 2018
A world-first international mission will build a temporary lab on the Antarctic ice sheet to reveal how much a natural ‘atmospheric detergent’ cleans the air of harmful trace gases.
21 August 2018
Antarctica came to Hobart in August with Australian Antarctic Program science and operations on display at the Antarctic Festival and the Festival of Bright Ideas.
28 May 2018
Expeditioners and crew onboard the Aurora Australis can now get the ‘DiRT’ on what’s happening on the ship, from the comfort of their own bunks.
14 May 2018
Six hundred weather balloons and 64 atmospheric instruments helped scientists to collect vast amounts of information on clouds, aerosols and precipitation across the Southern Ocean.
8 December 2017
Geoscience Australia is taking the history of Australia's Antarctic science online, with the digital publication of field notebooks documenting the work of our pioneering Antarctic geoscientists from as early as the 1960s.
13 June 2017
Competition for food in the sea ice zone in autumn drives large variations in the Antarctic krill population.
29 May 2017
Radioactive radon gas is helping scientists understand the mixing and movement of air in the earth’s atmosphere and the fate of airborne pollutants and greenhouse gases.
21 November 2016
Follow scientists working to understand what drives ice shelf thinning, in a new weekly blog from the field – the Sørsdal Glacier – starting today.