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Corporate entry CRC for Antarctica and the Southern Ocean (1997 - c. 2003)

From
1 July 1997
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
To
c. June 2003
Functions
Industrial or Scientific Research, Meteorology, Earth Sciences and Social or Economic Research
Alternative Names
  • Antarctic CRC
  • Cooperative Research Centre for Antarctica and the Southern Ocean
Location
Hobart, Tasmania

Summary

The Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) for Antarctica and the Southern Ocean, also known as the Antarctic CRC, was established in July 1997. It replaced the CRC for the Antarctic and Southern Ocean Environment. The CRC undertook research in oceanography, glaciology, polar atmospheric physics, palaeo-reconstruction, microbiology, politics, law and international relations and remote sensing. On 1 July 2003 the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre (ACE CRC) was formed when it received a seven year grant and took over the role of the CRC for Antarctica and the Southern Ocean.

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Ailie Smith