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La Rue Scott Base Lucy Howell

Spying on seals from space

Date: 2021
Type: Press Release
Authors: Antarctic Science Platform
Summary: A first-of-its-kind research project will use data collected from high-resolution satellite images to help scientists gain insights into Weddell Seal populations in Antarctica’s Ross Sea region.
Kyle Clem Custom

Contestable Funding Round “life changing” for early career researcher

Date: 2021
Type: Science
Authors: ASP
Summary: The Antarctic Science Platform is delighted to share some great feedback from the recipient of the Early Career Research Development, Dr Kyle Clem.
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Past is prologue – Antarctica in a warming world

Date: 2021
Type: Learn
Authors: Olivia Truax
Summary: Check out Olivia's Fullbright NZ public talk
James Renwick

Antarctica records its highest ever temperature

Date: 2021
Type: In the media
Authors: TVNZ
Summary: Antarctica has reached a new record high temperature of 18.3 degrees Celcius, new data has confirmed
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June Update

Date: 2021
Authors: Antarctic Science Platform
Summary: Monthly Antarctic Science Platform update
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May Update

Date: 2021
Authors: Antarctic Science Platform
Summary: Monthly Antarctic Science Platform update
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April Update

Date: 2021
Authors: Antarctic Science Platform
Summary: Monthly Antarctic Science Platform update
Tim Naish Breakfast

World can expect 50cm sea-level rise by 2100, even if warming stays under 2°C

Date: 2021
Type: In the media
Authors: Breakfast
Summary: Climate scientist Tim Naish estimates 267 million people worldwide live on land that’s at risk of severe storms and flooding.

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