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We are proud of our vegetables and their heavenly flavours. Most Definitely! That is why we subject every harvest to the strictest controls and the most stringent requirements. This approach has been rewarded with three quality certificates. It is a logical consequence of our daily efforts. Did you not find what you are looking for? Call or email us. Antarctic Foods has more variety than you...
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Alexandra Isern Appointed Acting Head of OPP's Antarctic Sciences Section Alexandra Isern, OPP's Program Director for Antarctic Research and Logistics Integration, will serve as acting Head of OPP's Antarctic Sciences Section. Her 120-day appointment began on September 22, 2017. Isern has been with NSF for sixteen years, eight of which have been in Polar Programs. Educators affiliated with the...
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The art expedition has started in Ushuaia, the southernmost city of our planet, where approximately 100 participants have boarded the Akademik Sergey Vavilov research ship. Alexander Ponomarev says that for this hundred the journey is ‘a revolution that changes the vector. ‘Instead of the usual...
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Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones are valuable scientific instruments in Antarctica but are not toys for tourists. That’s the ruling from the latest meeting of the International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators (IAATO). For the upcoming 2015-2016 season, the IAATO members have...
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The respondents primarily had an Earth Observation background, however 6 responses were also received from ‘decision makers with interest in Cryosphere and its changes,’ indicating that Antarctic Ice Sheet products are required to help make informed policy decisions. Mass balance, ice velocity,...
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SCAR initiates, develops and coordinates scientific research in the Antarctic region and provides objective independent scientific advice to the Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings. The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR) is an inter-disciplinary committee of the International Council for Science (ICSU), and was created in 1958. SCAR is charged with initiating, developing and...
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This is the most common question I hear. I asked myself the same thing in 2001 when I bought the book titled “Shackleton’s Way.” What I discovered is that Antarctic history stories are some of the most engaging, compelling and effective ways to illustrate business and selling principles for many reasons. The showcase story that my programs are built around is the Endurance story. In 1914, a...
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The Antarctic Fire Department is proudly supporting the advancement of world science through fire/rescue support services on the highest, driest, windiest, coldest, and ultimately harshest continent on the planet - Antarctica. The department offers the unique opportunity to go where few people have gone before, or ever will go. Antarctica is one of the few places on earth that remain unscathed...
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Working with commercial and government logistics, we are an international multidisciplinary team of scientists dedicated to tackling the most time-critical research questions in the Antarctic. The great unknown Antarctic holds around 90 percent of our planet’s ice and 70 percent of its freshwater. There’s so much water that if all the ice melted we would be left with a large landmass in the...
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Antarctic Animals, discover some of the most challenged animals by extreme Antarctica weather. Also find facts about Antarctica and whole Antarctic Region. More than seven hundred species of algae and phytoplankton are found to live in the Antarctic Region apart from whales, seals and other animals in Antarctica. On account of the heavy presence of whale species of different sizes and varieties...
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The polar regions are especially sensitive to pollution. Conditions can also be hazardous, increasing the chances of accidents. As ship traffic increases in the Arctic and Antarctic, it is therefore extremely important that vessels are adequately regulated to protect the safety of humans and the environment. ASOC urges the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to institute a strong...
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The Trust’s team on the Ice spent three months this summer working to restore Hillary’s Hut and the artefacts inside. Thanks to a successful public fundraising campaign and support from the New Zealand Government the Hut was restored and artefacts conserved in time for Scott Base’s 60th anniversary celebrations in January 2017 . Now painted with its original colours this important piece of...
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The 36th annual Meetings of the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living... This week the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR... The CCAMLR tag-return lottery, sponsored by the Coalition of Legal Toothfish Operators (... CCAMLR to create world's largest Marine Protected Area. CCAMLR tag-return lottery 2017 – winners announced. Schedule...
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The four-day 2017 itinerary will see competitors fly by private jet from Punta Arenas, Chile, on 23 November to the marathon location at Union Glacier, Antarctica. A marked course of 42.2km (26.2 miles) will have been prepared in advance and snowmobile support, aid stations and medical personnel will be at hand for the duration of the race. Competitors are scheduled to return to Punta Arenas on...
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This site is dedicated to the stamps, postal history and heroic explorers of the great White Continent. Inside you will find extensive biographical data on the early explorers in addition to significant statistics and examples of the philately of Antarctica and the sub-Antarctic islands.
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Photos, video, time-lapse video, 360 VR video from Antarctica. A unique inside view of the continent from Anthony Powell, who has spent years working there. Extensive range of stock footage available on request. I've been working in Antarctica for many years, and am the creator of the multi-award winning feature film Antarctica: A Year On Ice. Click on the link at the left of this page for more...
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The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Club is a membership organisation for past and present staff of the British Antarctic Survey and its predecessors. The British Antarctic Survey (BAS) Club brings together past and present staff of the British Antarctic Survey and its predecessors the Falkland Islands Dependencies Survey (Fids) and Operation Tabarin and others who have been closely associated...
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Here you can find everything you wish to know about Antarctica from experts who have been working there for decades. We hope you find the site easy to navigate. To keep it simple we have put basic points on the front page of each heading but, on most, you’ll find a “more info” tab to click that will take you to detailed information about the topic. If you have any problems, please let us know....
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COMNAP consists of 30 National Antarctic Program Members. Each Member program is represented by the Manager of that National Antarctic Program and/or the Deputy Manager of that program. National Antarctic Programs collectively have the greatest first-hand experience of living and working in the Antarctic. Many of the National Antarctic Programs have operated in the Antarctic since the...
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The First Zero Emission Antarctic Research Station. For decades, Antarctica has been the home of science and an example for preservation governance. The International Polar Foundation signed the return of Belgium on the continent with the first ever “zero emission” station: Princess Elisabeth Antarctica. A new station in a vastly unexplored region of Antarctica, Princess Elisabeth Antarctica...
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