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4 December 2019

NZ scientists to probe climate threat frozen underground- Jamie Morton NZ Herald

Jamie Morton reports on Antarctic permafrost and its role in emitting greenhouse gasses. Read More

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2 December 2019

Antarctica to London

“One of the biggest, most urgent questions is how Antarctica is responding to climate change, and what are its impacts on humanity”. Professor Tim Naish, from Victoria University of Wellington, isn’t one to shy away from the big … Read More

Scientists studying in Dry Valleys
21 November 2019

Ten million dollar plan

It’s the driest, coldest, windiest, place on Earth ... yet millions of critters still flourish in Antarctica. And now, thanks to 10 million dollars of multi-year funding, we’re going to know more about them and how they’ll adapt … Read More

Nick Golledge
30 October 2019

Associate Professor Nick Golledge awarded 2019 Hill Tinsley Medal

Congratulations to Nick Golledge, who has been awarded the 2019 Hill Tinsley Medal for his ice sheet modelling research. Nick manages and facilitates the Antarctic Science Platform modelling hub. Read More

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