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Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



A group of scientists takes photos of gentoo penguins in front of Copacabana field camp.
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Mattias Cape Year Taken: 2007Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8889.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



"Miss Skua's" field station, Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Mike GoebelYear Taken: 1999Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8012.jpg

Cape Shirreff field station, Livingston Island



The Cape Shirreff field station, Livingston Island, showing the solar panel(right) that the scientists use to power their camp.
Location: Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Mike GoebelYear Taken: 1999Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8021.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



The Seal Island field camp in 1992.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Mike GoebelYear Taken: 1992Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8038.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



An elephant seal on the front porch of an AMLR field camp.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Mike GoebelYear Taken: 1992Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8046.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



Scientists were building their camp at the Seal Island field station when this photo was taken in 1991. The buildings in the photo are the outhouse and the unfinished food storage building.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Mike GoebelYear Taken: 1991Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8051.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



A penguin colony overlooking the AMLR field station at Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Mike GoebelYear Taken: 1991Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8057.jpg

Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



A remote observation shack must be anchored with heavy stones because of strong katabatic winds.
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Wayne TrivelpieceYear Taken: 1984Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8105.jpg

Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



Lenie station with "cave" attached.
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Wayne Trivelpiece
Year Taken: 1986Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8111.jpg

Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



Krill sorting outside the Copacabana field station.
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Wayne TrivelpieceYear Taken: 1989Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8112.jpg

Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



"The Box" (with picture of basketball coach Bobby Knight).
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Wayne TrivelpieceYear Taken: 1989Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8113.jpg

Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



Shoveling snow in front of Copacabana field station.
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Wayne Trivelpiece
Year Taken:Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8135.jpg

Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



Copacabana field station, King George Island.
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Wayne Trivelpiece
Year Taken:Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8150.jpg

Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



Another day at the office, entering data.
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Wayne TrivelpieceYear Taken: 1988Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8153.jpg

Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



Constructing the Copacabana field station at King George Island.
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Wayne Trivelpiece
Year Taken:Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8157.jpg

Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



The pantry of the Copacabana field station.
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Wayne Trivelpiece
Year Taken: 1987Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8186.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



The penguin observation blind, where AMLR scientists can watch penguins without disturbing their activities, was built in 1989.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Mike GoebelYear Taken: 1992 Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8264.jpg

Cape Shirreff Field Station, Livingston Island



The Cape Shirreff field station on Livingston Island. The blue barrels are used for collecting and storing fresh water.
Location: Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Mike Goebel
Year Taken: 2001Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8296.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



The Seal Island field camp and Beaker Bay on a clear, sunny day.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Lisa Hiruki-Raring
Year Taken: 1995Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8323.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



 Penguin crossing at the Seal Island field station.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Lisa Hiruki-RaringYear Taken: 1994Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8334.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



The Weatherport living structure at Beaker Bay, Seal Island,  with a chinstrap penguin colony in the foreground.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Lisa Hiruki-Raring
Year Taken: 1994Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8335.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



The field camp at Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1991Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8347.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



AMLR scientists construct the Seal Island field station during their first field season.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken:Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8350.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



A chinstrap penguin investigates the prefab field camp at Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1991Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8351.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



The Seal Island field camp.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1991Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8365.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



A young Antarctic fur seal explores  the AMLR field station at Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1995Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8384.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



The AMLR field station at Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1995Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8388.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



Constructing the Weatherport living structure at Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1995Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8390.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



Overlooking the AMLR field station at Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1991Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8414.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



Overlooking a penguin colony and the AMLR field station on the rocky coast of Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1991Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8416.jpg

Cape Shirreff Field Station, Livingston Island



Bringing supplies overland to the Cape Shirreff field camp on Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands.
Location: Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1997Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8463.jpg

Cape Shirreff Field Station, Livingston Island



Building the field station at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island.
Location: Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1997Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8464.jpg

Cape Shirreff Field Station, Livingston Island



Building the field station at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island.
Location: Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1997Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8465.jpg

Cape Shirreff Field Station, Livingston Island



Building the field station at Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island.
Location: Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1997Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8466.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



An AMLR scientist stands in front of the food storage building.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1998Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8467.jpg

Cape Shirreff Field Station



AMLR scientists build the Cape Shirreff field camp.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1997Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8468.jpg

Livingston Island



Whale bones are scattered on the beaches around Cape Shirreff field station. AMLR scientists have also found harpoons from whalers on these beaches.
Location: Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1997Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8469.jpg

Cape Shirreff Field Station, Livingston Island



In its first years, the Cape Shirreff field station was little more than temporary huts.
Location: Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1997Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8471.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



Breaking down the camp at Seal Island.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1996Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8521.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



A elephant seal takes a break on the Seal Island boardwalk.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1996Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8522.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



Breaking down the field station on Seal Island, South Shetland Islands.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Roger HewittYear Taken: 1995Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8523.jpg

Cape Shirreff Field Station, Livingston Island



The Cape Shirreff field station on Livingston Island.
Location: Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Ray BuchheitYear Taken: 2009Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8586.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



In the late 1990s, AMLR scientists dismantled and removed the Seal Island field station. A new field camp in a better location was built at Cape Shirreff field station on Livingston Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Kim DietrichYear Taken: 1999Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8631.tif

Seal Island Field Station



AMLR scientists break down the camp at Seal Island. When the field station was moved to Cape Shirreff, all human traces were removed from Seal Island except a commemorative plaque.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Kim DietrichYear Taken: 1999Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8632.tif

Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



A gentoo penguin stands in front of the Copacabana field station, King George Island.
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Lara AsatoYear Taken: 2006Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8646.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



Southern elephant seals and chinstrap penguins at the Seal Island field camp. Scientists lined blue barrels in front of their camp to keep the elephant seals from regularly crushing the tent.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Yoshihisa MoriYear Taken: 1991Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8698.JPG

Seal Island field station



An observation shack at a chinstrap penguin colony on Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Yoshihisa MoriYear Taken: 1991Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8699.JPG

Seal Island field station



This stove at the Seal Island field station was used for cooking and warmth.
Location: South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Yoshihisa MoriYear Taken: 1991Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8702.JPG

Seal Island Field Station



The AMLR field station at Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: David SandwellYear Taken: 1987Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8789.jpg

Cape Shirreff Field Station



Scientists offload supplies onto the landing beach at Cape Shirreff.
Location: Livingston Island, South Shetland IslandsPhoto Credit: Jessica LipskyYear Taken: 2004Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8830.JPG

Seal Island Field Station



A memorial plaque is the only thing that remains of the field station on Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Jessica LipskyYear Taken: 2004Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8847.JPG

Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



The kitchen at the Copacabana field station, King George Island.
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Jessica LipskyYear Taken: 2005Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8853.jpg

Cape Shirreff Field Station, Livingston Island



Terry Carten helps with camp opening at the beginning to the field season.
Location: Livingston Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit:Year Taken:Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8882.jpg

Copacabana Field Station, King George Island



Scientists move milk and fresh supplies to Copacabana field camp.
Location: King George Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Mattias CapeYear Taken: 2007Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8888.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



Seal biologist Dr. Mike Goebel at the Seal Island field camp.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Scott ManleyYear Taken: Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8995.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



An observation shack at a chinstrap penguin colony on Seal Island.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Scott ManleyYear Taken: Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8996.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



The AMLR field station at Seal Island, Antarctica.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Scott ManleyYear Taken: Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8997.jpg

Seal Island Field Station



An AMLR biologist, with a molting elephant seal at his doorstep.
Location: Seal Island, South Shetland Islands Photo Credit: Scott ManleyYear Taken: Contact: SWFSC AMLR Programfish8998.jpg