The UK’s role in the Antarctic

The UK’s role in the Antarctic

Details
Venue

Seminar Rooms 1 & 2
Earth Sciences Building
South Parks Road
Oxford
OX3 8LF

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Date
Tue 21st Nov 2017
Cost
Free
Time
18:00
Booking required
No

Rear Admiral Lambert is a former Royal Naval Officer and previous Captain of the icebreaker HMS Endurance. He will share his experiences of Antarctic Operations, including oceanographic surveying, supporting the British Antarctic Survey and providing a strategic presence in the South Atlantic. He will also discuss the replacement of HMS Endurance with HMS Protector. “Stonking pictures guaranteed!”

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