Located 4,000 km south west of Australia in the freezing waters of the sub-Antarctic is an active volcanic island sheathed in massive glaciers.
Join a team of scientists on a rare expedition to the island as they work on a range of projects, from documenting the wildlife to studying the widespread effects of global warming and climate change. Find out what makes world heritage-listed Heard Island unique, and how the scientific studies will contribute to answering some of the fundamental problems facing the world today.
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