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Published documents of interest | relating to Antarctica, Heard and McDonald Islands and Macquarie Island
Historical - Australian Antarctic Territory
- Report of Bunger Hills, 1985/86 summer survey season by Brian Murphy.
- Set of 1967 reports by John Manning working in Antarctica from Australia's Mawson base.
- Handwritten, 1967 report by John Manning at the end of his year working in Antarctica from Australia's Mawson base.
- Report of the 1962 Voyage of THALA DAN to Wilkes and Oates Land. Natmap's Syd Kirkby was the expedition's surveyor.
- 1963 paper referenced as Kirkby, Sydney Lorrimar (1963), Airborne Heighting during
Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition (A.N.A.R.E.) 1960, Australian
Surveyor, Vol.19, No.8, pp.439-449.
- Extension of the Australian Antarctic Geodetic Network in Grove Mountains by Gary Johnston, Paul Digney and John Manning on the GA website.
- John Manning's 2012 paper "Mapping Surveys in the Prince Charles Mountains of Antarctica".
Historical - Heard and McDonald Islands
- Expedition to the Australian territory of HEARD & McDONALD ISLANDS , 1980 with photos courtesy Ted Graham (several by John Manning of Walrus aircraft recovery identified individually), plus additional photos.
- The Heard Island Walrus (RAAF Supermarine Walrus 11 HD874 Snow Goose) by Laurie McLean.
- January and February 1962 saw the first use of the electronic distance measuring system, the Tellurometer, in the Australian Antarctic Territory. The Tellurometer, first bought to Australia by Natmap in 1956, had already impacted the speed and accuracy of distance measuring for the geodetic survey of Australia. Bob Goldsworthy accompanied the Tellurometers as an "expert operator". David Carstens compiled this report on the work, the original of which Bob Goldsworthy bought back to Melbourne on the ship along with the Tellurometers and Field Books. David had generated this version from his carbon copy (photocopiers being non-existent then).
Thanks to John Manning and David for making it available).
- Carl McMaster's recollection of his Antarctic 1975/76 summer 36 years on.
- Andrew Turk's recollection of his Antarctic Summer.
Published documents of interest