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Congratulations to ACE CRC glaciologist, Dr Ian Allison, who has been announced as a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science.Discover More
The Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre currently has a vacancy for a Southern Ocean Acoustician, based at our headquarters in the University of Tasmania's Waterfront Building in Hobart.Discover More
In a world first, Australian scientists have used Antarctic ice core samples to reconstruct rainfall records for a specific water catchment.
The research identifies areas in Eastern Australia where Antarctic ice core data, while collected thousands of kilometres away, can provide proxy climate records for Australia for the last 1000 years.Discover More
The Antarctic Climate & Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre (ACE CRC) has today welcomed the commitments outlined in the Federal Government’s Australian Antarctic Strategy and 20 Year Action Plan.Discover More
More than 100 humpback whales feeding on a rare super-swarm of krill was a highlight of the Australian Antarctic programme’s major marine science voyage on the Aurora Australis.Discover More
More than 200 climate scientists from around the world are gathering in Hobart this week to attend a major conference focusing on ice core science.
The International Partnerships in Ice Core Sciences (IPICS) Second Open Science Conference will bring scientists from 22 countries to Tasmania; the home of Australia’s Antarctic programme and gateway to Antarctica.Discover More
Congratulations to ACE CRC student, Mana Inoue, who recently completed her PhD with the University of Tasmania’s Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies.Discover More
As climate change reshapes the Earth's polar regions, scientists turn to drone-mounted cameras to measure sea ice.
One expedition found out that flying drones near Antarctica isn't easy.Discover More