Antarctic Journal
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Antarctic Journal

Of Pontoons and Penguin Poop: Landing in Antarctica

An extract from the journals of Graham Knuckey, Mawson Station 1958/59

11th. January

What a day! Reveille 0530 and it was snowing gently as we cruised about Davis Bay looking for Lewis Islet. The cloud lifted and we found it amongst…




The frozen land of ice and science. Exploring the latest news, stories from Antarctic expeditions past, thoughts about the continent’s future. From the Antarctic Treaty to Climate Science.

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Dej Knuckey

Dej Knuckey

Prefer sun over shale, clean over coal, forks over knives, words over wars, wit over waffle. Climate communicator. Aussie in US. MBA, MS Sustainability, LEED.

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