Christchurch Antarctic Talks - Korean research perspectives in the Ross Sea

Later this month Wednesday 26th October speaker Yeadong Kim will enlighten us about the scientific research perspectives that Korea has in the Ross Sea. Don't miss out!

Doors open from 5.30pm. Refreshments available. Gold coin donation. Bentleys, University of Canterbury, Ilam Road. Don't miss out, we'll see you there!

Korea began Antarctic research in 1987, as a latecomer amongst the Antarctic Treaty Parties. Since then Korea has extended its research capacities in the Antarctic and the Southern Ocean, and recently set up a research station - 'Jang Bogo' - in the western Ross Sea and engaged in cutting edge science utilising the icebreaker 'Araon'. Hear about the scientific perspectives that Korea has in this region.

WEDNESDAY 26 OCTOBER 6.00PM

Doors open from 5.30pm. Refreshments available. Gold coin donation. Bentleys, University of Canterbury, Ilam Road.

Korea began Antarctic research in 1987, as a latecomer amongst the Antarctic Treaty Parties. Since then Korea has extended its research capacities in the Antarctic and the Sounthern Ocean, and recently set up a research station - 'Jang Bogo' - in the western Ross Sea and engaged in cutting edge science utilising the icebreaker 'Araon'. Hear about the scientific perspectives that Korea has in this region.

Don't miss out, we'll see you there!