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Introducing Our New Website - A Hub of Antarctic Knowledge

Published: Thu 1 Sep 2016 04:59 PM
antarcticanz.govt.nz
September 2016
Introducing Our New Website - A Hub of Antarctic Knowledge
Antarctica New Zealand is committed to increasing public awareness of New Zealand’s science and environmental stewardship in Antarctica.
As such we have developed a new website that offers a hub for all things Antarctic – a platform that hosts information to inspire people to connect with Antarctica, while also demonstrating New Zealand’s leadership on the continent over the past 60 years.
The website also brings together our other digital platforms including ADAM (our digital asset platform that now hosts more than 70,000 images) and our social media profiles (Facebook,Twitter and Instagram).
We invite you to explore our new website and encourage your feedback. We committed to raising the profile of New Zealand’s science and our important role in Antarctica, so if you are keen to contribute to our content please contact us directly.
Best wishes,
Antarctica New Zealand
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