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Field camp at Cape Evans Emperor penguins investigate the HMNZS EndeavourH1 in front of Barne Glacier with Mt ErebusBlack-browed Albatross in flight over Southern OceanEmperor Penguin CrecheLenticular cloud formations over Mount ErebusRoyal Penguin RookeryWeddell Seal near Barne GlacierWho Says Penguins Can't Fly?Lake Vanda ice formationsAlbums: Aurora selfiesFull moon behind Castle Rock Scott Base under the full moon, from the top of Observation HillScott Base and the pouwhenuaThe Three StoogesWeddell Seal UnderwaterSpring Sledging on Sea Ice Scott Base from the sea iceEmperor PenguinAlbum - 14 images of the Aurora Australis taken in August of 2010Dog line and midnight red sky Iceberg at HallettAdelie penguins on ice and waterWright Valley looking toward Bull PassSkua atop Rocks1990 Pre-season sea ice reconnaissance trip. Warming up every half hour
 
 

Welcome to ADAM - Antarctica New Zealand's Digital Asset Management system

Antarctica New Zealand is the Crown Entity responsible for developing, managing and executing New Zealand Government activities in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean. We also manage Scott Base, New Zealand’s Antarctic research station which supports science in the Ross Sea region.

New Zealand has had a permanent presence on the ice since 1957. As a result, Antarctica New Zealand has an extensive media collection with thousands of amazing images supported by background and location information dating back almost 60 years. ADAM brings together more than 40,000 digitised historical and scientific images on a multimedia platform – one of the largest Antarctic focussed image collections on the planet!

Antarctica New Zealand is proud to share with the people of New Zealand and across the world, the rich history of New Zealand's presence on the ice.

SCOTT BASE WEBCAM

Please refresh your page to see the latest image - the webcam updates every 15 minutes.

The Scott Base camera looks out over the base entrance and hitching rail.

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