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Instrumentation and structures in Antarctica
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Instrumentation in the polar environment. The harsh Antarctic environment imposes conditions on the instruments that can be used. The most southerly locations are inaccessible during the winter and the number of aircraft flights are limited. BAS have designed instrumentation so that literally anyone with the right training can service them. No specialist scientific knowledge is needed.
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