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NOAA At The Ends of the Earth Collection
Catalog of Images

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The old entrance to Scott Polar Research Institute in Cambridge, England.
1997 April
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The old entrance to Scott Polar Research Institute in Cambridge, England.
1997 April
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The old entrance to Scott Polar Research Institute in Cambridge, England. The bust of Robert Falcon Scott is evident in this picture.
1997 April
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Mount Erebus in the distance from the top of Observation Hill.
1990 December
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A view of the Royal Society Range from Observation Hill. 78 10 S Latitude 162 40 E Longitude.
1990 December
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Preparing a meteorological balloon for launching at McMurdo Station.
1990 December
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Meteorological balloon with instrument package swinging below at McMurdo Station.
1990 December
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Installing a satellite data receiving antenna on top of the weather building at McMurdo Station. This antenna receiving station is still collecting AVHRR data for analysis of ice and other Antarctic research needs.
1990 December
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A Greenpeace vessel on an Antarctic expedition.
1991 January
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Crepuscular rays illuminate half the sky - Antarctic sunset
1991 January
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Iceberg
1991 January
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The POLAR DUKE, a vessel that crushes ice with a strengthened hull. This was a leased Norwegian vessel.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1991 January
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Iceberg
1991 January
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Brash ice near Palmer Station at the end of the Antarctic Peninsula.
1989 May
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The POLAR DUKE, a vessel that crushes ice with a strengthened hull. This was a leased Norwegian vessel.
1989 May
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Cruising along the Antarctic Peninsula on the POLAR DUKE.
1989 May
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Scientific equipment at Palmer Station with a glacier front in the background. 64 33 S Latitude 643 35 W Longitude.
1989 May
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Bad weather approaching Palmer Station. 64 33 S Latitude 643 35 W Longitude.
1989 May
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Cruising back to Punta Arenas, Chile, from Palmer Station.
1989 May
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Cruising back to Punta Arenas, Chile, from Palmer Station.
1989 May
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Cruising back to Punta Arenas, Chile, from Palmer Station.
1989 May
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Geodesic dome erected to shelter AHVRR satellite data receiver at Palmer Station
1989 May
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Bow shot of National Science Foundation, Research Ice Breaker NATHANIEL B. PALMER during a stop in the sea ice for sea ice sampling.
1998 February
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Bow shot of National Science Foundation, Research Ice Breaker NATHANIEL B. PALMER during a stop in the sea ice for sea ice sampling.
1998 February
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Bow shot of National Science Foundation, Research Ice Breaker NATHANIEL B. PALMER during a stop in the sea ice for sea ice sampling.
1998 February
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The National Science Foundation, Research Ice Breaker NATHANIEL B. PALMER during a stop in the sea ice for sea ice sampling.
1998 February
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Drifting bits of sea ice. Ross Ice Shelf in the background.
1998 February
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Drifting bits of sea ice. Ross Ice Shelf in the background
1998 February
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Drifting bits of sea ice. Ross Ice Shelf in the background
1998 February
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Drifting bits of sea ice. Ross Ice Shelf in the background
1998 February
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Broken sea ice
1998 February
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Sorting through the spoils of a bottom trawl on the continental shelf of the Ross Sea.
1998 February
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CTD rosette visible in crystal clear waters.
1998 February
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CTD rosette visible in crystal clear waters.
1998 February
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CTD rosette visible in crystal clear waters.
1998 February
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Looking over broken sea ice to open water.
1998 February
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Looking north from Coulman Island in the northwest Ross Sea. 73 28 S Latitude 169 45 E Longitude.
1998 February
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Looking south from Coulman Island in the northwest Ross Sea. 73 28 S Latitude 169 45 E Longitude. Mount Melbourne is seen over 100 miles away to the southwest. It is just to the left of the end of the island.
1998 February
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CTD rosette visible in crystal clear waters.
1998 February
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Looking over broken sea ice to the Ross Ice Shelf.
1998 February
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Looking over broken sea ice to the Ross Ice Shelf.
1998 February
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Sorting a dredge haul of holothurians on the deck of the NATHANIEL PALMER.
1998 February
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The National Science Foundation, Research Ice Breaker, NATHANIEL B. PALMER, in "heavy" sea ice offshore of Coleman Island
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1998 February
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Scientists photographing Adelie penguins
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1998 February
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Ice-covered Coulman island. 73 28 S Latitude 169 45 E Longitude.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1998 February
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The National Science Foundation, Research Ice Breaker, NATHANIEL B. PALMER, in "heavy" sea ice
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1998 February
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Sculpted sea ice
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1998 February
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Glove for scale on sea ice. Coulman Island is the backdrop. 73 28 S Latitude 169 45 E Longitude.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1998 February
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What caused these tracks? Tobogganing penguins. Note the flipper marks in snow. Penguin tracks produced by sliding across the ice on their bellies.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1998 February
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Coulman Island with clouds forming at the top edge as cold air spills down off the island top.
Ross Sea, Antarctica 1998 February

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