Our mission is to better understand Antarctic climate history and processes, and their influence on the global climate system, especially in New Zealand and the southwest Pacific region.
We believe this research opens up exciting opportunities and challenges for young scientists, as well as providing a sound basis for international debate and policy development on global change issues.
There is something for everyone in this newsletter. We report on some exciting fieldwork conducted by our staff and students this past summer in New Zealand and Antarctica, as well as profile some outreach and communication activities. Read more»
After a recommendation from an ARC graduate, Lauren Vargo moved from New Mexico, USA to Wellington, NZ to begin her PhD research investigating annual to decadal variability of glaciers in the Southern Alps. More »