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NOAA At The Ends of the Earth Collection
Catalog of Images

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An Antarctic fur seal pup and a Gentoo penguin
Antarctic Peninsula
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Chinstrap penguins and Antarctic fur seals
Antarctic Peninsula
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Chinstrap penguins
Antarctic Peninsula
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Gentoo penguins
Antarctic Peninsula
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Gentoo penguins
Antarctic Peninsula
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Scientist with large whale bone
Antarctic Peninsula
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Not every day is summer great weather. Trudging over a bleak landscape during a snow shower.
Antarctic Peninsula
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Mapping team going to work on foggy grey day
Antarctic Peninsula
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Zodiac pikcing its way through rocky ledges returning from mapping work at low tide.
Antarctic Peninsula
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A base camp for observing penguins and marine mammals as well as other scientific observations.
Antarctic Peninsula 2001-2002 austral summer
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A base camp for observing penguins and marine mammals as well as other scientific observations.
Antarctic Peninsula 2001-2002 austral summer
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A base camp for observing penguins and marine mammals as well as other scientific observations.
Antarctic Peninsula 2001-2002 austral summer
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Scientist studying krill
Antarctic Peninsula
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Krill sorted by size
Antarctic Peninsula
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Live krill in aerated bottle
Antarctic Peninsula
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Live krill in aerated bottle
Antarctic Peninsula
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Mast of oceanographic buoy
Antarctic Peninsula
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Nautically enhanced view of Antarctic coastline
Antarctic Peninsula
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Crepuscular rays illuminating Antarctic Peninsula
Antarctic Peninsula
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Tabular iceberg
Antarctic Peninsula
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Banding of ice clearly seen in this closeup view of a tabular iceberg. The horizontal bands of ice are similar to stratigraphic layers in rock formations and can be dated under certain circumstances when the ice is still in place.
Antarctic Peninsula
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A small tabular iceberg with an ice cave
Antarctic Peninsula
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Ice, rock, snow, and ocean dominate the Antarctic Peninsula landscape.
Antarctic Peninsula
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An angular mountain peak looking like the prow of a ship seemingly cuts through an Antarctic Peninsula ice field.
Antarctic Peninsula
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Report by Charles L. Roberts, Meteorologist in Charge at Cape Hallett, Antarctica Joint United States-New Zealand Station. This station was established in support of the International Geophysical Year and had scientists over-winter from 1957 until 1964. This base was abandoned for good in 1973.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Hallett Station with Mt. Herschel in the background. Sir Edmund Hillary led an expedition to climb Mt. Herschel in the 1967-1968 summer season.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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The welcome image for the report - Adelie penguins on an ice floe with their reflection in calm waters.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Artistic rendering of Charles Roberts by Peter McIntyre. Roberts was meteorology scientific leader. Lew Jones, below, was deputy scientific leader for aurorae, geomagnetism, and seismology.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Portraits of Alex Black, ionosphere, electronics, and communications. Below is Brian Reid, biologist.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Matt Pryor and Don Douglas, summer biology investigators
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Map of the Hallett Glacier region showing Cape Hallett and Seabee Hook.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Map of Seabee Hook, site of the Cape Hallett Station. Latitude 72 17 50 South, Longitude 170 13 30 E.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Dr. Albert Bridgman, station chief, and Dr. William Towles on top. Chief Beavers, the station head mechanic on bottom.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Ken Lawson, Charles Roberts, Bill Slagle, and Frank Davis lined up in front of upper air facility. Chief Smith, cook, below.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Chief Beavers, Mechanic Hendrix, and Electrician Spangler. Below, Hendrix welding.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Wilson, a radio operator, Loveless electronics, and Chedister, a second radio operator. Below is Wilson sending information.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Mechanic Chedister operating a snow plow. Below- John Hauser, driver.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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The Station Keeper - a husky dog named Hal according to an internet posting by . Aerographer's Mate Frank Davis on antarcticmemories.thruhere.net. Brian Reid, biologist, attempting to put the dog to work.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Looking south from the Cape Hallett camp. A damaged R4D aircraft is in the bottom center of the image. Altocumulus clouds at about 10,000 feet.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Looking east at Hallett Bluff. The following photographs progress from east thru south then west to north.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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New communications building with ice fall in the background.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Looking south. The aurorae tower.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Looking southwest - the "Football" (note oval bare rock area to left of antenna ). Football Mountain and Football Glacier are features names for this snow melt pattern.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Looking west. 3335-meter ( 10,942 feet) Mount Herschel is WNW in bottom photo.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Looking northwest and thence to the north across Moubray Bay from the Cape Hallett station. Note the penquins on the ice.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Looking north and thence NNE to Cape Roget from Cape Hallett Station.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Looking NE to east of Cape Roget. A great tabular berg dominates is in the upper right of the upper image. Lower image - an elevated view of Seabee Hook and the Cape Hallett Station.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Main Street of the Cape Hallett Station with the balloon launch facility dominating the scene. Lower image_ Parts storage "leanto" showing improvements made relative to last year.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Upper photo? Lower photo - Enlarged balloon inflation room of the hydrogren shack.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959
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Galley "leanto". Lower photo - Storage jamesways. Theater hut is at left center.
Antarctica, Cape Hallett Station 1959

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