United States Antarctic Program, 2003-2004


º U.S. Antarctic Program, 2003-2004

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º Aeronomy and Astrophysics

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º Biology and Medicine

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    º Long-Term Ecological Research

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º Ocean and Climate Studies

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º Geology and Geophysics

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    º Beardmore Glacier Region Projects

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º Glaciology

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º Artists and Writers Program

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º U.S. Antarctic Program: Summary and Background, 2003-2004 season PDF (428 KB)

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Aerial photo of the old station building and the new station building.

Side by side--the new Station building, the arches housing fuel storage and the power plant, and the geodesic dome that houses the old station.

USAP photo by SSGT Lee Harshman

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