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British Antarctic Survey Research Stations • BAS has five research stations in and around British Antarctic Survey Research Stations • BAS has five research stations in and around Antarctica • Four are year-round and one is summer-only • BAS runs the NERC Arctic research facility at Ny Ålesund, Svalbard More info available at: http: //basweb. nerc-bas. ac. uk/ppre/information-leaflets. php

British Antarctic Survey Antarctic Research Stations British Antarctic Survey Antarctic Research Stations

British Antarctic Survey Arctic Research Station British Antarctic Survey Arctic Research Station

Rothera Research Station • Location: 67° 34’S, 68° 08’W, Rothera Point, Adelaide Island, Antarctic Rothera Research Station • Location: 67° 34’S, 68° 08’W, Rothera Point, Adelaide Island, Antarctic Peninsula • Established: 1975 • Personnel: 100+ in summer, 22 in winter • Science: Marine and terrestrial biology, geology, glaciology, meteorology and atmospheric science. Logistics centre for field science. • Living: Bransfield House (kitchen, library, bar, offices, laboratories, operations control tower), Admirals House and Giants House (accommodation) • Facilities: Boatshed, wharf, dive store, laboratories, 900 m crushed gravel runway, hangar, fuel farm, workshops, garage, generator shed, water plant, sewage plant • Wildlife: Penguins, seals, whales, birds • Temperatures: 0 to +5°C in summer, -5 to -20°C in winter

Rothera Research Station Rothera Research Station

Bonner Laboratory and RRS Ernest Shackleton Bonner Laboratory and RRS Ernest Shackleton

Twin Otter over Rothera Research Station Twin Otter over Rothera Research Station

Halley V Research Station • Location: 75° 35’S, 26° 34’W, Brunt Ice Shelf, Antarctica Halley V Research Station • Location: 75° 35’S, 26° 34’W, Brunt Ice Shelf, Antarctica • Established: 1956 • Personnel: 90+ in summer, 16 in winter • Science: Primarily atmospheric sciences, but also survey, geology and glaciology • Facilities: Laws Building (living & accommodation, kitchen, library, bar, offices, laboratories), Drewry Building (accommodation), Piggott Building (offices), Simpson Building (science), Clean Air Sector Laboratory (science), Garage • Wildlife: Penguins (including emperor colony), seals, whales, birds • Temperatures: -10 to 0°C in summer, -20 to -55°C in winter

Halley V Research Station Halley V Research Station

Laws Platform Laws Platform

Piggott Platform Piggott Platform

Clear Air Sector Laboratory Clear Air Sector Laboratory

Halley VI Research Station concept art Halley VI Research Station concept art

Halley VI construction Halley VI construction

Halley VI construction Halley VI construction

Halley VI module and aurora Halley VI module and aurora

Signy Research Station • Location: 60° 43’S, 45° 36’W, Factory Cove, Borge Bay, Signy Signy Research Station • Location: 60° 43’S, 45° 36’W, Factory Cove, Borge Bay, Signy Islands, South Orkney Islands • Established: 1947 year-round, 1996+ summer-only • Personnel: 8 in summer, 0 in winter (closed) • Science: Penguin, seabird and seal biology, terrestrial biology related to the southern ocean ecosystems and climate change, long-term monitoring • Facilities: Sorlle House (accommodation, laboratories, living), other buildings provide storage and power and water. In addition there are four small huts around the Island • Wildlife: Penguins, seals, whales, birds • Temperatures: 0 to +20°C in summer, 0 to -40°C in winter

Signy Research Station Signy Research Station

King Edward Point Research Station • Location: 54° 17’S, 36° 30’W, King Edward Point, King Edward Point Research Station • Location: 54° 17’S, 36° 30’W, King Edward Point, Cumberland East Bay, South Georgia • Established: 1909 (BAS 1969 -1982 & 2001 -present) • Personnel: 18 in summer, 10 in winter • Administration: BAS runs KEP on behalf of the Government of South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands • Science: Applied fisheries research • Facilities: James Cook Laboratory (laboratories, communications room, offices, library). Everson House (living, accommodation), Larsen House (accommodation, offices, kitchen, dining room, medical centre). Carse House (Government Officer accommodation). Boatshed (5 inshore boats, workshops, generators, net store). Electrical power is supplied from a hydro-electric power station commissioned in December 2008. • Wildlife: Penguins, seals, whales, birds, reindeer, rats(!) • Temperatures: -15°C to +20°C throughout the year

King Edward Point Research Station King Edward Point Research Station

Bird Island Research Station • Location: 54° 00’S, 38° 03’W, Bird Island, South Georgia Bird Island Research Station • Location: 54° 00’S, 38° 03’W, Bird Island, South Georgia • Established: 1957 (1957 -1982 intermittent, continuous from 1982 -present) • Personnel: 10 in summer, 4 in winter • Science: Seabird and seal biological research, southern ocean ecosystem dynamics, long-term monitoring • Facilities: Prince House (living, accommodation, offices, laboratories), Generator shed (generators, battery bank, fire pumps). Beck House (workshop, storage, waste management) • Wildlife: Penguins, seals, birds (albatross breeding sites) • Temperatures: -10°C to +10°C throughout the year

Bird Island Research Station Bird Island Research Station