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Australian Scientists

Study the Antarctic

Geoscience Australia’s Antarctic Geosci- ence program, which carries out marine and onshore research for the Australian government, has completed three Antarctic surveys during the 2016-2017 ? eld season in hopes of helping to increase understand- ing of these environments to better manage and protect them.

http://www.marinetechnologynews.com/ news/australian-scientists-study-antarc- tic-547192

Photo: Marine National Facility/CSIRO 3D UNDERWATER

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