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Antarctic Drivers: What Motivates New Zealand’s Involvement in the Antarctic?
"lhs report seeks to identify and assess the drivers motivating New /xaland's involvement in the Antarctic region. For the purpose of this report drivers are defined as 'underlying motivations or stimuli that instigate an ...
Resources in Antarctica: With the World’s dwindling natural resources, is there a chance for exploitation in Antarctica?
Pressure on global resources increases daily as the worlds human population and its demand for energy, raw materials, food, water and health care increases almost exponentially. Naturally such growth puts pressure on ...
Historic Huts; Remove, Repair or Restore?
The Antarctic, and in particular the Ross Sea region, contains some irreplaceable Heritage sites that include Scott and Shackleton's huts at Cape Evans and Cape Royds. The huts are visited by many people each year both ...
The South Pole Route; a Necessity or a Scar on the Landscape?
Controversy surrounds the United State's National Science Foundation's (NSF) current construction Of a route between McMurdo Station, Ross Island, and Amunsden-Scott South Pole Station. Attitudes to the Route cover a wide ...