For the first time, we can measure the human footprint on Antarctica
People have been living in Antarctica for decades. Image: REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
Julia JabourLeader, Ocean and Antarctic Governance Research Program, University of Tasmania
Shaun BrooksPhD Candidate, , University of Tasmania
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