In 1968 the Australian Antarctic Division had a group of four men spend over a year on the Amery Ice Shelf. As part of their program of work, they drilled a number of boreholes on the shelf and took temperature readings at various depths down the hole. Stratigraphy notes and density measurements were also made on the holes drilled.
The records of the recorded temperatures, notes on the ... temperature probes used, stratigraphy and density measurements, and a few notes on the work carried out, have been archived at the Australian Antarctic Division.
Glaciology Borehole Measurements, Amery 1968 - Borehole tempurature readings Glaciology Borehole Logs, Amery 1968 - Stratigraphy and density measurements
AMERY ICE SHELF PARTY - February 1968 to February 1969 all IN on V2(67-68) all OUT on V2(68-69)
Officer-in-Charge: Maxwell John Corry
Medical Officer: Julian R Sansom
Engineer(Electronics): Alan H F Nickols Senior Diesel Mechanic: Neville Joseph Collins
Conducted a glaciological program including ice drilling and surveying the Lambert Glacier