Taken from sections of the report:
The aim of the survey and mapping program on V5.1 was to carry out various surveying tasks at Mawson and Casey as listed later in this report. The vessel used in Voyage 5.1 was The Polar Queen.
Voyage 5.1 left Capetown on Thursday 18th February and arrived Fremantle Friday 19th. March.
Depart Capetown Thursday 18th February
Arrive Mawson ... Sunday 28th February
Depart Mawson Tuesday 2nd March
Arrive Davis Thursday 4th March
Depart Davis Thursday 4th March
Arrive Casey Monday 8th March
Depart Casey Thursday 11th March
Arrive Fremantle Thursday 18th March
The survey team was:
Henk Brolsma Australian Antarctic Division - surveyor.
John Hyslop Australian Antarctic Division - volunteer surveyor.
Features surveyed at Casey included the quarry, some buildings, a mast and other structures. This data is included in data available for download in GIS format (shapefiles) from the Related URL below. This data has a Dataset_id of 15. The data is formatted according to the SCAR Feature Catalogue. For data quality information about a particular feature use the Qinfo number of the feature to search for information using the 'Search datasets and quality' tab at a Related URL below.
Matt King, Rachel Manson and Lee Palfrey assisted with survey work at Casey. They carried out GPS surveys for aerial photo control, Casey and Wilkes, tide gauge bench marks at Casey, buildings detail at Wilkes and route markers around the station. Their work is not covered in this report.