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ANI Partners with Canada Goose

We're proud to announce Canada Goose as our official downwear partner for the next two seasons. Our staff will be debuting their new down jackets on the ice this year.

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In the Spotlight - Leslie Wicks

As our new Marketing & Sales Specialist, Leslie's task is simple, seek out the most adventurous travelers in the world and convince them to spend their vacation time and money in the coldest, windiest, harshest place on Earth – oh, and love every minute of it!

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Vinson vs. Sidley - How do they compare?

ANI Expedition Manager Steve Jones was recently interviewed by Explorersweb.com, comparing the climbing experience on Mount Vinson - Antarctica's highest peak - to the less frequented and

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Expert Advice - Expedition Essentials

Deciding what equipment to bring on an Antarctic expedition is no easy task. ANI's Expedition Manager, Steve Jones, provides some expert advice for teams heading onto the ice.

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The single greatest hazard

The word ‘Antarctica’ usually brings to mind images of extreme cold and snowstorms, but the single greatest hazard at any Antarctic station is fire.

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In the Spotlight - Malin Hoiseth

Head chef Malin Høiseth has travelled the world from north to south and back again - literally. But despite her wanderlust, something keeps bringing her back to Antarctica. What does Malin love about working in Antarctica? Read on...

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Zooniverse Goes Live!

Love penguins? Want to participate in penguin research? Check out the Zooniverse, a brand new (and very cool) citizen science platform...

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First Weather Images of the Season

The first Automatic Weather Station (AWS) images of the season are in! Upgrades and new weather stations in 2014 will provide flight crews with more and better weather information.

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Roger Easton & The advent of GPS

These days it's hard to imagine navigating around Antarctica - or indeed anywhere in the world - without Global Positioning System (GPS), but it wasn't that long ago that Antarctic expeditions relied on the sun to navigate.

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In the Spotlight - Tom Hart

Penguinologist Tom Hart loves penguins and is working hard to develop conservation strategies for them. So when he got the opportunity to visit an emperor penguin colony with ANI last year he jumped at the chance. We caught up with Tom recently to ask him about that experience and about his ongoing research.

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