News

28th AMLR Field Season Kicks Off

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

U.S. Antarctic Marine Living Resources (AMLR) Program scientists completed several key studies during two brief occupations of the Copacabana Field Camp this season. For two weeks in November and three weeks in January, teams of two

'Working on Thin Ice: 25 Years of Research in Antarctica' Opens at the San Diego Natural History Museum on May 14, 2011

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

 A brand new exhibit celebrating 25 years of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) research in the most extreme of continents opens at the San Diego Natural History Museum. Photographs spanning the history of the U.S. Antarctic Marine Living Resources

New Paper Links Antarctic Penguin Population Decline to Krill Population Variability

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

NOAA's Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division recently published a paper linking the decline in some species of Antarctic penguins to the availability of their main prey species, Antarctic krill. Since its release, this reseach has been covered by many periodicals, including National

U.S. AMLR Program Completes Its 25th Field Season

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

The Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division succcessfully completed its 25th year of field research on March 20, 2011. The field season began on October 8, 2010, when scientists opened the Copacabana Field Station on King George Island. The Cape Shirreff Field

25th US AMLR Field Season Commemorated by San Diego's Union Tribune

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

The San Diego Unione Tribune featured the US Antarctic Marine Living Resources (AMLR) Program's 25th anniversary field season with a story in Monday's paper. The field season began in October of 2010 and continues through March 2011. Currently, two field

AMLR 25th Anniversary Featured on ABC News

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

San Diego's ABC 10 News channel highlighted the start of the 25th AMLR oceanographic survey on Wednesday, January 6. The survey will run for 70 days in the vicinity of the South Shetland Islands, and will complement field studies conducted

AERD Begins its 25th AMLR Field Season

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

The Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division is pleased to announce that the 25th field season of AMLR Program research in the South Shetland Islands began October 10, 2010. The 25th year of the AMLR Program continues the tradition of comprehensive ecosystem

AERD responds to 2009 Program Review

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

In early June, the AERD response to its 2009 Program Review was officially finalized. This document highlights the strengths of NOAA's Antarctic Research program while outlining several key short and long term strategies for improvement. For more information, visit the

Live Track of the 2010 Overwinter Movement of Antarctic Predators

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

During the austral summer of 2009 2010, Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division (AERD) scientists tagged 60 Antarctic predators chinstrap penguins, Antarctic fur seals, leopard seals, Weddell seals and gentoo penguins. All of these animals were tagged at Cape Shirreff in the South Shetland

AERD completes the 24th field season of the AMLR Program

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

The AERD completed the 24th field season of the Antarctic Marine Living Resources (AMLR) Program on March 20, 2010. The field season, conducted on and around the South Shetland Islands, began in October of 2009 and had two main components Predator studies, conducted

AERD hosts Workshop on Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

AMLR Program highlighted by the National Science Foundation

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

2009 AMLR Field Season successfully completed

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

Dr. Christopher Jones to appear in National Geographic

Antarctic Ecosystem Research Division,

Previous Next