19 November 2008
Live krill, direct from the Southern Ocean, are now swimming under the spotlight in the Australian Antarctic Divisions krill aquarium, thanks to the installation of a web cam above their tank.
15 September 2008
Listen in to radio interviews with Australian Antarctic expeditioners during People at the Poles Day on 25 September 2008.
27 August 2008
The Australian Antarctic program continues to be a highly collaborative and internationalised science program during the first year of the International Polar Year, 2007/08.
25 July 2008
Data collected from 83 voyages between 1980 and 2005 have made the first circumpolar map of mean annual sea ice thickness around Antarctica.
14 May 2008
It barely snows, the wind hardly blows, its over 4 km high with 3 of those being ice. Could Dome A really be the coldest place on Earth?
13 May 2008
A new report highlights the significant contribution made by Australian Antarctic scientists to understanding climate change.
18 January 2008
First recorded simultaneous observations of ice clouds at Davis looking up from the ground and looking down from space.
13 January 2008
The continental shelf off the Australian Antarctic Territory is one of the most mysterious environments on our planet.
2 November 2007
Persistent organic pollutants, such as the pesticide DDT, have never been used in polar regions but have been found at surprisingly high levels in both the Arctic and Antarctic.
5 September 2007
Explore the sea ice zone around Antarctica with the international team on board the Aurora Australis. Check daily updates on the SIPEX voyage web site.