Alan Hemmings

Appointee, Australia's Antarctic Science Advisory Committee

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Adjunct Associate Professor in Antarctic governance and environmental management at Canterbury University in New Zealand and appointee to Australia's Antarctic Science Advisory Committee

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Last year, a cruise ship hit an iceberg and sank, leaving 154 people in lifeboats for hours in the waters of Antarctica's Weddell Sea.  Remarkably, nobody died.  Other ships touch land…

The High Cost of Visiting Penguins in Antarctica

Last year, a cruise ship hit an iceberg and sank, leaving 154 people in lifeboats for hours in the waters of Antarctica's Weddell Sea.  Remarkably, nobody died.  Other ships touch land…

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