[Parameters: Topic='HUMAN DIMENSIONS', Term='ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS', Variable_Level_1='OIL SPILLS']
Development of Fluvioglacial Landforms in the Larsemann Hills, Eastern AntarcticaEntry ID: ASAC_570
Abstract: Metadata record for data from ASAC Project 570
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From the abstracts of the referenced papers:
The Larsemann Hills, Princess Elizabeth Land, Antarctica, has been the site for large winter bases built by the People's Republic of China and the USSR and a small summer base built by Australia. The three bases are located within 3 km of one ... another. Station development has occurred since 1986 and consequently environmental changes have been very sudden. Associated with station development has been the establishment of a road network on one peninsula. Visitors to the area have risen in number from 71 in 1987 to a conservative estimate of 445 in 1991. The increased number of human visitors has resulted in rubbish and other evidence of visitation being observed over almost 10 square kilometres. This paper attempts to outline environmental impacts observed by the authors since 1986.
Data Set Citation
Dataset Originator/Creator: Burgess, J.
Dataset Title: Development of Fluvioglacial Landforms in the Larsemann Hills, Eastern Antarctica
Dataset Series Name: CAASM Metadata
Dataset Publisher: Australian Antarctic Data CentreOnline Resource: https://data.aad.gov.au/aadc/metadata/metadata_redirect.cfm?md=/AMD...
Start Date: 1992-09-30Stop Date: 1994-03-31
HUMAN DIMENSIONS > BOUNDARIES > POLITICAL DIVISIONS
HUMAN DIMENSIONS > ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS > CONTAMINANT LEVELS/SPILLS
HUMAN DIMENSIONS > ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS > OIL SPILLS
HUMAN DIMENSIONS > HABITAT CONVERSION/FRAGMENTATION > URBANIZATION/URBAN SPRAWL
HUMAN DIMENSIONS > INFRASTRUCTURE > BUILDINGS
HUMAN DIMENSIONS > INFRASTRUCTURE > CULTURAL FEATURES
HUMAN DIMENSIONS > INFRASTRUCTURE > TRANSPORTATION
HUMAN DIMENSIONS > ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE/MANAGEMENT > LAND MANAGEMENT
HUMAN DIMENSIONS > POPULATION > POPULATION DISTRIBUTION
HUMAN DIMENSIONS > POPULATION > POPULATION SIZE
LAND SURFACE > GEOMORPHIC LANDFORMS/PROCESSES
HUMAN DIMENSIONS > ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE/MANAGEMENT > ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS
HUMAN DIMENSIONS > ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS > CONSERVATION
Quality Values provided in temporal and spatial coverage are approximate only.
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This record has been updated by staff at the Australian Antarctic Data Centre, and not the listed personnel, therefore its accuracy cannot be guaranteed.
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Please follow instructions listed in the citation reference provided at http://data.aad.gov.au/aadc/metadata/citation.cfm?entry_id=ASAC_570 when using these data.
Data Set Progress
Distribution Media: HTTP
Distribution Size: 912 kb
Distribution Format: pdf
Role: DIF AUTHOR
Phone: +61 3 6232 3244
Fax: +61 3 6232 3351
Email: dave.connell at aad.gov.au
Australian Antarctic Division 203 Channel Highway
Province or State: Tasmania
Postal Code: 7050
Spate A.P., Burgess J.S., Shevlin J. (1995), Rates of rock surface lowering, Princess Elizabeth Land, eastern Antarctica., Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 20, 567-573
Burgess J.S., Spate A.P., Norman F.I. (1992), Environmental impacts of station development in the Larsemann Hills, Princess Elizabeth Land, Antarctica., Journal of Environmental Management, 26, 287-299
Olvmo M. (1992), Glaciofluvial canyons and their relation to the late Weichselian deglaciation in Fennoscandia., Zeitschrift fur Geomorphologie, 36, 343
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Creation and Review Dates
DIF Creation Date: 2000-08-02
Last DIF Revision Date: 2016-12-02