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Poster snapshots - Observing systems

On display Monday and Tuesday

Poster #1 - Graham Simpkins
Tropical connections to climatic change in the southern hemisphere extratropics: Constraining the impact of Atlantic SST
Poster #2 - Robert Johnson
Three improved satellite chlorophyll algorithms for the Southern Ocean
Poster #3 - John Storey
Astronomy and astrophysics from Antarctica: a SCAR scientific research program
Poster #4 - Monika A Kusiak
Looking for the oldest crust on earth: new results from the Australian Antarctic Territory
Poster #5 - Beatriz Pena-Molino
The partition between barotropic and baroclinic motions in the Antarctic Circumpolar Current
Poster #6 - Ben Raymond
The CAML / SCAR-MarBIN biogeographic atlas of the Southern Ocean
Poster #7 - Matthew Jacobs
Comprehensive multidimensional GC for environmental analysis
Poster #8 - Philip O'Brien
Extending the Vestfold Hills palaeoenvironmental archive
Poster #9 - David Etheridge
The CSIRO-BoM-AAD Antarctic and Southern Ocean atmospheric monitoring network
Poster #10 - Daniel Dunkley
Geology on the edge of the Australian Antarctic Territory: a history of frontier science in Enderby Land
Poster #11 - Adrian McDonald
A new generation of meteorological monitoring stations
Poster #12 - Elizabeth Ebert
Plans for Antarctic numerical weather prediction incorporating sea ice analysis and forecasting
Poster #18 - Taylor Benny
Fine scale analysis of changes in bryophyte community structure over a decade long study in East Antarctica

Latest news

  • Conference prize winners
    27 Jun 2013

    The Strategic Science in Antarctica conference concluded yesterday and two days of workshops have commenced. Congratulations to those who were awarded prizes for their contributions to the conference.

  • Watch the welcome message from Australia's Environment Minister
    24 Jun 2013

    In a welcome message via video from Canberra, Australia’s Environment Minister, Tony Burke, reflected on the foresight of earlier decision-makers who agreed to set aside an entire continent for scientific research.

  • Last minute information for attendees
    20 Jun 2013

    There's not too long to wait until the start of the Strategic Science in Antarctica conference, and we hope you’re as excited as we are! Read on for more information about the final program, registration, Twitter, presenters, posters and social functions.

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Key dates

  • 11th June 2013
    Registrations close
  • 21st June 2013
    Registrations at the AAD open for staff
  • 24th June 2013
    Registrations at the venue open
  • 24th June 2013
    Conference commences
  • 26th June 2013
    Conference concludes

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