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  • These data were collected as part of project 4112 - Status and trends of Macquarie Island Albatrosses and Giant Petrels: management and conservation of threatened seabirds. These data constitute the data for nesting sites for the 2012-2013 season. The waypoints are provided for all accessible nests of albatross and northern giant petrels that form part of the long term population and demographic study on Macquarie Island. Refer to accompanying annual report for further context and details. For Southern Giant Petrels (which are susceptible to disturbance) the waypoint refers to the location used to census the colony remotely and approximates their actual position.

  • This log contains notes and observations of Giant Petrels at Mawson, collected between 1985 and 1988. The hard copy of the log has been archived by the Australian Antarctic Division library.

  • This file contains a log of biological observations made in the Davis region during 1960. It includes information on Elephant Seals, Leopard Seals, Crabeater Seals, Adelie Penguins, Emperor Penguins, Skuas, Silver-Grey Petrels, Antarctic Petrels, Cape Pigeons, Snow Petrels, Wilson's Storm Petrels, Giant Petrels and Whales The hard copy of the log has been archived by the Australian Antarctic Division library.

  • This file contains biological observations collected in the Wilkes region during the 1968-1969 season. Observations were made of giant petrels, skuas, penguins, snow petrels, seals, wilson's storm petrels, Antarctic petrels, and whales. A number of photographs are also included in the file. The hard copy of the log has been archived by the Australian Antarctic Division library.

  • This file contains a log of biological observations made in the Davis region during 1957. It includes information on Elephant Seals, Leopard Seals, Crabeater Seals, Adelie Penguins, Emperor Penguins, Skuas, Silver-Grey Petrels, Antarctic Petrels, Cape Pigeons, Snow Petrels, Wilson's Storm Petrels, Giant Petrels and Whales The hard copy of the log has been archived by the Australian Antarctic Division library.

  • This file contains a report and a log of biological observations made in the Davis region during 1962. It includes information on Elephant Seals, Leopard Seals, Crabeater Seals, Adelie Penguins, Emperor Penguins, Skuas, Silver-Grey Petrels, Antarctic Petrels, Cape Pigeons, Snow Petrels, Wilson's Storm Petrels, Giant Petrels and Whales The hard copy of the log has been archived by the Australian Antarctic Division library.

  • This file contains a log of biological observations undertaken at Mawson station between 1977 and 1978. The observed animals include: Weddell Seals, Skuas, Snow Petrels, Wilson's Storm Petrels, Pintado Petrels, Giant Petrels, Crabeater Seals, Elephant Seals, Leopard Seals and Adelie Penguins. The log also includes a number of sea ice observations made at Mawson Station. The hard copy of the log has been archived by the Australian Antarctic Division library.

  • This file contains a report on biological observations collected in the Casey region during 1972. Observations were made of giant petrels, skuas, penguins, snow petrels, leopard seals, elephant seals, wilson's storm petrels, Antarctic petrels, and whales. The hard copy of the log has been archived by the Australian Antarctic Division library.

  • This file contains a log of biological observations made in the Davis region during 1961. It includes information on Elephant Seals, Leopard Seals, Crabeater Seals, Adelie Penguins, Emperor Penguins, Skuas, Silver-Grey Petrels, Antarctic Petrels, Cape Pigeons, Snow Petrels, Wilson's Storm Petrels, Giant Petrels and Whales The hard copy of the log has been archived by the Australian Antarctic Division library.

  • This file contains biological observations collected in the Casey region during 1972. Observations were made of giant petrels, skuas, penguins, snow petrels, leopard seals, elephant seals, wilson's storm petrels, Antarctic petrels, and whales. A number of photographs are also included in the file. The hard copy of the log has been archived by the Australian Antarctic Division library.