The Vestfold Hills are an ice-free area of approximately 520 km2 between the coast of Antarctica and the edge of the polar ice cap, located between 68° 22’S and 68°40’S, and 77°49’E and 78°33’E. Davis Station, established in 1957 by the Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition (ANARE), lies on the coast at 68°34’S, 77°58’E. The biology of the area has been summarized by Johnstone et al. (1973).
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- Bacterial Populations of Two Saline Antarctic Lakes
R. M. Hand
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