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Photos appear here each day from the Diaries of the Antarctica field trip in November 2017.
Other pages with photos:
Gavin and Christian from the Ross Ice Shelf Programm and Shelley talk to St Heliers School and Ilam School during today's web conference. Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley sets out on a walk from Scott Base. Image: LEARNZ.
Observation Hill is a great place to go to get spectacular views over McMurdo Sound. Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley makes it to the summit of Ob Hill. Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley and the ambassadors enjoy the views from Ob Hill. The cross is a memorial to which famous explorers? Image: LEARNZ.
Looking down at the American McMurdo Station from Ob Hill. How many people do you think can stay at this base? Image: LEARNZ.
A skua came to say hello while you were on the top of Ob Hill. What do you think these birds eat? Image: LEARNZ.
Scott Base is a great place to meet new friends. Fiona is Shelley's roomie and her job is to support scientists in their work. Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley and Christina talk about climate change on the beach in Antarctica. Image: LEARNZ.
Looking out over Scott Base and McMurdo Sound on your last night in Antarctica. Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley and the ambassadors talk to Christian about setting up a remote field camp on the Ross Ice Shelf. Image: LEARNZ.
This is where water from the sea is pumped up to Scott Base to turn into drinking water. Image: LEARNZ.
This pipeline transports sea water up to the reverse osmosis plant at Scott Base where it is turned into drinkable water. Image: LEARNZ.
This is where seawater goes through a process of reverse osmosis to remove the salt. The water is heated from -2 degrees to 10 degrees and pressurised. Image: LEARNZ.
Welcome to the pooh plant. Scott Base has its own sewage treatment plant where microbes clean the sewage and solids are removed. What happens to the solid waste? Image: LEARNZ
Jason shows Shelley around the waste treatment plant at Scott Base. Image: LEARNZ.
Looking up towards Scott Base from the sea ice where you can see wind turbines which help power the base. Image: LEARNZ.
Meet some local Weddell Seals lying on the sea ice close to Scott Base. Image: LEARNZ.
You can become a citizen scientist and help scientists to better understand how Weddell seals could be affected by climate change. Take part in the Weddell Seal Count Image: LEARNZ.
The ambassadors have settled in and enjoyed their first night at Scott Base. Image: LEARNZ.
It was a spectacular day at Scott Base today. How much colder do you think it was at Scott Base today compared with where you live? Image: LEARNZ
Shelley shows you how insulated the doors are at Scott Base. They look just like fridge doors but keep the cold out and the warmth in. Image: LEARNZ.
Christina and Shelley talk to students from Alexandra Primary School during the web conference today. Image: LEARNZ.
You could clearly see Mount Erebus from Scott Base today. Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley and the ambassadors take shelter from the wind in the tent that they pitched during Antarctic Field Training. Image: LEARNZ.
You watched another Hercules aircraft flying into McMurdo Sound today. Image: LEARNZ.
Christina talks to Shelley and the ambassadors about the Ross Ice Shelf and shows on the map how large this area of ice is. What is the difference between an ice sheet and an ice shelf? Image: LEARNZ
A Hagglunds vehicle travels across the sea ice near Scott Base. Image: LEARNZ.
You checked in at the United States Antarctic Passenger Terminal in Christchurch this morning. Image: LEARNZ.
You had to present your passport and have your bags screened. What do you think your bags are checked for? Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley gets ready to board the C130 Hercules aircraft. Image: LEARNZ.
The ambassadors make themselves comfortable on the plane. Image: LEARNZ.
After all the delays Shelley is relieved to finally be on her way to Antarctica. Image: LEARNZ.
Your first glimpse of sea ice came after six hours of flying south. Image: LEARNZ.
Looking through one of the small side windows of the Hercules. Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley finally arrives in Antarctica and the weather is glorious. Image: LEARNZ.
Ivan the Terra Bus is ready to take you to Scott Base. Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley celebrates arriving at Scott Base in Antarctica. Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley and the ambassadors are all kitted out with nowhere to go after hearing that today's flight to the ice has been cancelled. Image: LEARNZ.
This image was taken from the Scott Base web cam this morning and it shows why the flight has been cancelled. Image: Antarctica New Zealand
Shelley and the ambassadors talk to Simon Trotter the Operations Manager at Antarctica New Zealand about why your flight was delayed today. Image: LEARNZ.
Shelley and the ambassadors reach the latitude of 44 degrees south on their journey from Dunedin to Christchurch. What latitude is Scott Base? Image: LEARNZ.
Simon Trotter and Shelley talk to Red Beach School and Belfast School during the web conference. Image: LEARNZ.
You had to report to the Antarctica New Zealand clothing warehouse to get your Extreme Cold Weather clothing. Image: LEARNZ.
The ambassadors check out a model of Scott Base, New Zealand's research base in Antarctica. Image: LEARNZ.
Amanda shows off the Extreme Cold Weather (ECW) jacket that will keep you warm down in Antarctica. Image: LEARNZ.
Amanda Shelley and the ambassadors talk about what to expect down in Antarctica. Image: LEARNZ.