Expeditions:

During the International Polar Year 2007/08 numerous expeditions in the Arctic and Antarctic with scientists from Germany took place . Expedition reports ...

Stations:

Neumayer-Station:

The Neumayer-Station of the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) in Germany is one of the few Antarctic research stations that are operated year-round. It provides excellent research conditions for scientists in the fields of meteorology and other related sciences. More about Neumayer-Station...

 

Kohnen-Station:

More than 700 km south of Neumayer-Station, Kohnen-Station's main objective was to serve the European Drilling Project EPICA (only German). The station is operated only during the summer months. More about Kohnen-Station...

 

Dallmann-Laboratory:

Build on King George Island, the laboratory is operated together with the Argentine Station Jubany. Especially biologists are provided with excellent prerequisites for their investigations. More about Dallmann-Laborator...

 

McMurdo:

Hosting up to 1200 inhabitants during summer, the American station McMurdo must almost be considered as a small town. Even during winter there are about 200 working persons present. In the frame work of the International Polar Year 2007/08 it serves as the logistic center of the ANDRILL project in which Germany is invoved as well. More about ANDRILL...

 

Gondwana-Station:

The German Gondwana-Station is situated close to McMurdo Station in the Bay of Terra Nova. The station is operated by the German Federal Agency for Geosciences and natural Resources (BGR), hence it mostly serves geological surveys in the frame work of the GANOVEX expeditions. More about Gondwana-Station...