Airstrip plans on ice

Ewing, T.
July 1990
Nature;7/5/1990, Vol. 346 Issue 6279, p4
Academic Journal
Reports that Australia has been forced to abandon plans to build an environmentally safe airstrip close to its Casey Base in Antarctica. Runway was built on ice that has been proven unsafe.


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