K065 Divers - Brian Grant ready to get cold
A wider shot of a jellyfish at Cape Armitage
Large jellyfish (Diplulmaris antarctica) at Cape Armitage.
C-17 transporter preparing for return flight
Bulldozer and snow plough heading for Cape Armitage
The sea anemone (Isotealia antarctica) at Cape Armitage
A close up of a Weddell Seal using the dive hole at Cape Armitage (head only)
A Weddell Seal eyes K068 diver, Brian Grant, during dive operations at Cape Armitage.
Sun setting over the TAE Hut
Sea anemone on the sea floor of Cape Armitage
Midnight sun setting on the Summer Lab, Wet Lab and Sea Ice Marine Lab in late October
Hagglund heading away from Scott Base as the sunsets in late October
AFT training: Miles Lamare checking the tent during strong winds
Brian Grant measuring the depth of the annual sea ice at the Cape Armitage dive site
Diver, Professor Michael Lesser descending under the Cape Armitage sea ice with a spectroradiometer
Diver Paul Brewin making a safety stop under the Cape Armitage sea ice after installing spectroradiometers to the sea floor and underside of the sea ice
Angela Kouris and a Weddell seal visitor at the Cape Armitage dive hut
Kate Schimanski preparing Brian Grant for diving at Cape Armitage
A large Weddell seal (Leptonychotes weddelli) examines a freshly drilled dive hole at Cape Armitage
USARP drill rig preparing the Cape Armitage dive site on 21 October 2003
The seafloor immediately below the Cape Armitage dive hut.