Results from the newly-discovered Nunatak
AG zone, 3 kilometers for the current resource base, included hole CMR17-92, which returned 17.
Hare and Hill decided to take all this on by themselves, sailing double-handed in the J120 Nunatak
as team 'Hare Hill' and completing all the mountain stages together.
is named after Samuel Warren Carey AO, the founding professor of geology at the University of Tasmania who was awarded the Officer of the Order of Australia for his services to the field of geology.
Comments: PhytoCellTec nunatak
is based on stem cells, which come from the high alpine plant Saponaria pumila.
Neve, Moraine, Nunatak
, Ablation Zone and Terminus are the sections that model the narrative as well as any glacier according to an accumulation of stories/sediments, and their fragmentation; Nunatak
implies an observation vantage point, Ablation narrates the death of an explorer and Terminus proclaims both narrative culmination and the end of the glacier (Omhovere 2005: 46).
Asked later what was on his mind when he heard the word nunatak
, his winning word, he said: "Me and Vanya are going to be champions.
The well, called Nunatak
, was highly anticipated as it was the first of several wells to be drilled to further establish the field's size.
2008--One century of vegetation change on Isla Persa, a nunatak
in the Bernina massif in the Swiss Alps --J.
In the eastern Baltic area nunatak
refugia are hard to imagine and spruce as a continental species (Giesecke et al.
THE smallest Live Earth show was in Antarctica - where the band Nunatak
were the only group to perform.
Gigs on every continent saw Nunatak
playing before penguins at a research station in Antarctica.
The five members of indie band Nunatak
work at the British Antarctic Survey base.