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1. Photographic images of seabird nesting sites in the Antarctic, collected by remote camera [AAS_2722_4088_nest_cameras]
The dataset comprises photographic images of seabird breeding colonies from cameras at multiple breeding sites across east Antarctic. Once deployed, the cameras operate continuously throughout the ...


2. The Breeding Status of Adelie penguins and other birds on the coast of George V Land, Antarctica [AADC-00050]
The following are excerpts from Ensor and Bassett (1987). A census by counts and estimates of Adelie penguin chicks on the George V Land coast of Antarctica between Commonwealth Bay and Buchanan ...


3. A log of biological observations of Pintardo Petrels made at Mawson station between 1972 and 1988 [Biology_Log_Mawson_Pintardo_Petrels_1972_1988]   PARENT DIF
This file contains a log of biological observations of Pintardo Petrels taken at Mawson Station between 1972 and 1988. The hard copy of the log has been archived by the Australian Antarctic Division ...


4. Photographs of Cape Petrels and Snow Petrels taken at Ardery Island in December, 1961 [Biology_Log_Ardery_Island_Cape_Petrels_Snow_Petrels_1961_1962]   PARENT DIF
This log contains photographs of Cape Petrels and Snow Petrels at Ardery Island in the Windmill Islands. The photos were taken in December 1961. The hard copy of the log has been archived by the ...


5. Rauer Group Petrels. Breeding distribution and abundance of surface-nesting petrels in the Rauer Islands, East Antarctica. [ASAC_1219_AAT_Pet_RI]   PARENT DIF
Previous exploration and ornithology in the Rauer Group are reviewed. Estimates of the nesting populations of southern fulmars and Antarctic petrels are compared with censuses conducted in 1983/84 ...


6. Penguin Monitoring in Antarctic Peninsula, South Orkney Islands and South Shetland Islands [CDA_AR_BIO_PENGUIN_MONITORING]   CHILD DIFs
A special long-term research program, the CCAMLR Ecosystem Monitoring Program (EMM), has been adopted by the Scientific Committee of CCAMLR (SC-CAMLR). The aim of this program is to detect and record ...


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