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Name of the Antarctic Programme

Full address

Phone

Argentina

Antarctic Institute of Argentina Cerrito, 1248, Buenos Aires, C (Programa Antartico Argentino) 54 11 48137807 1010 AAZ, Argentina (ANTAR)

Brazil

Brazilian Antarctic Program (PROANTAR)

Esplanada dos Ministerios, BL N, Anexo B, 3o. Andar, 44 61 3429 1651 Brasilia, DF, 70055-900, Brasil

Chile

Chilean Antarctic Institute (Instituto Antártico Chileno) (INACH)

Plaza Muñoz Gamero #1055 Punta Arenas, Chile

56-61-298100

Ecuador

Antarctic Institute of Ecuador (INAE)

9 de Octubre 416 y Chile, Guayaquil - Ecuador

593 4 2560421/ 593 4 2560521

Perú

Instituto Antartico Peruano (INANPE)

Jr. Ucayali 259 5to piso, Lima 1 - PERÚ

00 51 1 3112595 00 51 1 3112400 ANEXO 3522

Uruguay

Instituto Antartico Uruguayo (IAU)

Uruguayan Antarctic Institute 8 de Octubre 2958 Montevideo, Uruguay. CP 11.600

(598-2) 487-8341

Fax

E-mail

WEB page(s)

54 11 48137807

dna@dna.gov.ar

www.dna.gov.ar

No information

proantar@secirm.mar.mil.br

www.secirm.mar.mil.br

56-61-298149

inach@inach.cl

www.inach.cl

593 4 2560421 ext inae@gye.satnet.net 102

www.inae.gov.ec

00 51 1 00 51 1

4267124 vmurillo@rree.gob.pe 4265199 www. inanpe.gob.pe

(598-2) 487-6004

antartic@iau.gub.uy

www.iau.gub.uy

Subordinated to [Department(s) / Ministry(ies) / etc]

Names of the Leaders and their functions

Support Personnel working directly in the Programme Number:

Director of DNA: Dr. Mariano Arnaldo Memolli No information Director of the ANTAR: Dr. Sergio A. Marenssi No information

Comissão Interministerial para Admiralty José Eduardo (Prime os Recursos do Mar (SECIRM) Secretary)

No information

Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Dr. José Santos Retamales Espinoza, 7 PhD, INACH Director

Ministry of Defense

Hernán Moreano (Executive Director) 5 ( 1 Executive Director, 1 Scientific Officer, 1 Financial Mónica Riofrío (Scientific Officer) Officer, 1 Financial Assistant and Cashier, 1 Countable Joel Cañarte (Financial Officer) Assistant)

Embajador Alfredo Arecco Sablich (Presidente del INANPE) Ministra Consejera Noela Pantoja (Secretaria Ejecutiva) 2 Biólogo Msc. Marco Espino (Director de Asuntos Científico y ambientales) Capitán de Fragata Víctor Murillo M. (Director de Operaciones)

Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores)

Brig. Gral. (Av.) Jose Bonilla, President Interministerial Council : Dr. Angel Grillo(Education)/ Lic. Juan Abdala Hector Vedovatti (Foreign Affairs) Fernando Silvera, Aldo Felici (Navy) Miguel Dobrich (Air Force) Carlos Acosta, Bautista Aldaya(Army) 52

Administrative: MOD Type :Interministerial : Policy under Education and Culture, Foreign Affairs , Defense Ministers.

Support Personnel working indirectly in the Programme Number:

Expeditions to Antarctica Number:

Expeditions to Antarctica Period:

No information

No information

No information

No information

26

No information

37

1

November-February

1) I 2) II 3) III 4) IV 10 people from the Ministry of 5) V Defense 6) VI 7) VII 8) VIII 9) XI 10) X

1) Dec 1987-Feb 1988 2) Dec 1988-Feb 1989 3) Jan –Feb 1991 4) Jan –Feb 1992 5) Jan –Feb 1994 6) Jan –Feb 1995 7) Dec 1997-Feb 1998 8) Jan –Feb 2001 9) Jan –Feb 2004 10) Jan –Feb 2006

10

1) ANTAR I 2) ANTAR II 3) ANTAR III 4) ANTAR IV 5) ANTAR V 6) ANTAR VI 7) ANTAR VII 8) ANTAR VIII 9) ANTAR IX 10) ANTAR X 11) ANTAR XI 12) ANTAR XII 13) ANTAR XIII 14) ANTAR XIV 15) ANTAR XV 16) ANTAR XVI

1) ENE 1988 - MAR 1988 2) ENE 1989 - MAR 1989 3) ENE 1991- MAR 1991 4) ENE 1993 - FEB 1993 5) NOV 1993 -FEB 1994 6) ENE 19195- FEB 1995 7) ENE1996- FEB 1996 8) DIC 1996- FEB 1997 9) DIC 1997 - MAR 1998 10) DIC 1998 –MAR1999 11) ENE 2000 - MAR 2000 12) DIC 2000 – FEB 2001 13) ENE 2002 -MAR 2002 14) DIC 2002 - FEB 2003 15) FEB 2004- MAR 2004 16) DIC 2005 -MAR 2006

30

1) 1 2) 2 3) 3 4) 4 5) 5 6) 6 7) 7 8) 8 9) 9 10) 10 11) 11 12) 12 13) 13 14) 14 15) 15 16) 16 17) 17 18) 18 19) 19 20) 20 21) 21 22) 22 23) 23

1) 1984 2) 1985 3) 1986 4) 1987 5) 1988 6) 1989 7) 1990 8) 1991 9) 1992 10) 1993 11) 1994 12) 1995 13) 1996 14) 1997 15) 1998 16) 1999 17) 2000 18) 2001 19) 2002 20) 2003 21) 2004 22) 2005 23) 2006

Expeditions to Antarctica How many research projects were supported:

Station(s)/Base(s) Name(s):

No information

1) Esperanza Station 2) Orcadas Station 3) Jubany Station 4) Belgrano 2 Station 5) San Martin Station 6) Marambio Station 7) Brown 8) Petrel 9) Camara 10) Matienzo 11) Melchior 12) Decpción 13) Primavera

No information

1) Comandante Ferraz Antarctic Station (EACF)

16

1) Julio Escudero 2) Guillermo Mann 3) Julio Risopatrón 4) Yelcho 5) Julio Ripamonti 6) Antonio Huneeus 7) O‘Higgins (Chilean Army Base) 8) Eduardo Frei (Chilean Air Force) 9) Gabriel Gonzalez Videla (Chilean Air Force)

1) 6 2) 10 3) 11 4) 3 5) 3 6) 3 7) 16 1) Maldonado Station 8) 7 9) 11 10) None (There were made significant repairs on the roof of the Station, so there was not time enough to make scientific research)

1) 11 2) 7 3) 11 4) 1 5) 4 6) 2 7) 5 8) 7 9) 8 10) 13 11) 17 12) 7 13) 11 14) 6 15) 4 16) 10

1) Machu Picchu

1) 6 Life Siences(human Medicine, ethology , GeoSciences. Atmospheric Sc.(meteo), Ocenaography, Mapping 2) 7 Life Siences(human Medicine, ethology , GeoSciences. Atmospheric Sc.(meteo), Oceanography, Mapping 3) 7 Life Siences(human Medicine, ethology , GeoSciences. Atmospheric Sc.(meteo), Oceanography, Mapping 4) 9 Life Siences(human Medicine, ethology , GeoSciences. Atmospheric Sc.(meteo), Oceanography, Mapping 5) 9 Life Siences(human Medicine, ethology , GeoSciences. Atmospheric Sc.(meteo), Oceanography, Mapping 6) 9 Life Siences(human Medicine, ethology , GeoSciences. Atmospheric Sc.(meteo), Ocenography, Mapping

1) Artigas Scientific Station 2) T/N Ruperto Elechiribehety

Station(s)/Base(s) Where?

Station(s)/Base(s) Capacity Scientific Personnel:

1) Antarctic Peninsula, in the Antartic Strait, 63º 24´ S, 56º 59´W 2) Laurie Island, Orcadas del Sur Islands, 60º 45´ S, 44º 24´W 3) South Shetland Islands, 25 de Mayo Island (King George), Potter Cove 4) Wedell Sea, Filchner Ice-shelf, 77º 51´ S, 34º 33´W 5) Margarite Bay, Bellingshausen Sea, 68º 07´ S, Long 67º 08´W 6) Seymour Island, NW Weddell Sea, 64º ‗14S, 56º 38' W 7) Paraiso Bay, 64º`53 S, 62º53 W 8) Dundee Island, 63º´28 S 56º´12W 9) Media Luna Island, 62º´36, S 59º ´56W 10) Larsen nunnatak, 64º ´59 S, 60º ´07W 11) Observatorio Island, 64º´20S, 62º ´59W 12) Decepcion Island (ASMA), 62º59S, 60º ´41W 13) Cierva Cove, Gerlache Strait, 64º´09 S, 60º ´58W

1) Permanent 2) Permanent 3) Permanent 4) Permanent 5) Permanent 6) Permanent 7) Seasonal 8) Seasonal 9) Seasonal 10) Seasonal 11) Seasonal 12) Seasonal 13) Seasonal

1) Martel Inlet, Admiralty Bay, King George Island

1) 48

1) Field Peninsula, King George Island 2) Cape Shirreff, Livingston Island 3) Robert Island 4) South Bay, Doumer Island 5) Ardley Island 6) Patriot Hills 7) Antarctic Peninsula 8) King George Island 9) Paradise Bay

1) 18 2) 4 3) 6 4) 4 5) 4 6) 6 7) 0 8) 0 9) 0

1) Fort Williams Point, Greenwich Island (South Shetland Islands)

1) Seasonal

1) Ensenada Mackelar,en la bahía Almirantazgo, Isla Rey Jorge

1) 18

1) King George Island 2) Antartic Peninsula, Hope Bay

1) Permanent 2) Seasonal

Station(s)/Base(s) Capacity Support Personnel:

Station(s)/Base(s) Capacity Permanent:

Station(s)/Base(s) Capacity Seasonal, Which period:

No information

No information

No information

1) 10

1) 58

2) 58

1) 6 2) 2 3) 3 4) 2 5) 0 6) 1 7) 12 8) 20 9) 6

1) 1 2) 0 3) 0 4) 0 5) 0 6) 0 7) 12 8) 20 9) 0

1) 23 (December to March) 2) 6 (November to March) 3) 9 (December to March) 4) 6 (December to March) 5) 4 (November to March) 6) 6 (December toFebruary) 7) permanent 8) permanent 9) 6 (December toFebruary)

1) 15

1) 10

1) Scientific: 15 (Jan-Feb)

1) 12

1) 0

1) 30 (Summer)

1) 12 2) 3

1) 12 2) 5

1) Scientific: 12 (Nov-Mar) 2 (Mar-Oct) 2) Scientific: 5 (Dec-Mar),

Describe all the facilities available in the Station/Base

No information

1) 64 modules – 2350 m2 (lodgings, living-rooms, library, kitchen, storehouse, communication room, a small gymnasium of sports, surgery room, infirmary and dental emergency services). helipad and 18 fuel oil tanques. Biology Laboratories (wet and dry) Geosciences Laboratory Multipurpose laboratory Atmosphere Science‘s module Aquarium‘s module Meteorology‘s module Ionosphere‘s module Chemistry‘s module Triage‘s module Research motorboat Inflatable boat

1) Dinning room, living room, laboratories, library, meeting room, bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen, laundry, power house, treatment waste disposal, garage, storages. 2) Dinning room, Kitchen, bedrooms, laboratory, storage. 3) Dinning room, kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms, laboratory, power house, storage. 4) Dinning room, kitchen, bedrooms, bathrooms, laboratory, power house, storage. 5) Dinning room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom 6) Dinning room, kitchen, bedrooms, tents 7) Dinning room, kitchen, bedrooms, library, laundry, waste disposal treatment plant, reverse osmosis plant, garage and warehouse. 8) Dinning room, kitchen, bedrooms, tents 9) Dinning room, kitchen, bedrooms and warehouse

1) Support: 10 (Jan-Feb)

1) Modulo Vivienda, Modulo Taller- caza de fuerza, Modulo de emergencia, Modulo comedor – cocina, Modulo de laboratorio científico.

1) Support: 12 (Nov-Mar) 8 (Mar-Nov) 2) Support: 4 (Dec-Mar)

Describe all the communication available in the Station/Base

Refuge(s) Name(s): 1) House laboratory, Possibility to harbor any other automated device. Services: Support sanitarium, through a hospital with development of high complexity, surgery room, internment room, odontology, radiology and laboratory, linked by teleconference.to Buenos Aires Hospital Militar Central. Refuges for scientific developments during spring and summer times, such as Independencia, Abrazo de Maipu (shared with Chile), Cristo Redentor and Guemes. 2) Eleven Buildings, Houses with capacity for 50 persons, Forge, carpentry, workshop, storeroom, Emergency house, Photographic labs, magnetic observations house. 3) There is an international Laboratory DALLMAN between German-Argentine. Services: Support sanitarium, through an infirmary, odontology, radiology and laboratory. Hyperbaric chamber for diving support. Rubbert boats and permanent diving team. 4) Possibility of harboring any

No information

1) Telephone with Brazilian local calling, TV, Internet, Radio,

1) Nelson Island 2) Elephant Island

1) Telephone, Internet, Fax, VHF, HF, cellular phone signal 2) Satellital phone, VHF, HF 3) Satellital phone, VHF, HF 4) Satellital phone, VHF, HF 5) VHF 6) Satellital phone, VHF, HF 7) Phone, VHF, HF, internet connection 8) Satellital phone, VHF, HF 9) VHF, HF

None

1) 11 rooms, 1 kitchen, 1 1) 1 Station Commander, 1 Operation Officer, 1 Doctor, 1 Cooker, 1 living, 1 dinning room, 2 lab Electrician, 1 Motorists, 1 Plumber, 1 Soldering iron y 2 Technicians space, rest rooms

1) Radio y Teléfono portátil satelital

None

1) 1 Electricity, 1 Mechanic, 1 Cooker, 1 Radio operator, 1 Medical Doctor, 1 Diver 2) 1 Electricity and generation, 1 radio operator, 2 General worker ( plumber-ironsmith)

1) Library/ dry lab/lodgings, dining hall ,radio station 2) lodgings, dining hall ,radio station

Refuge(s) Where: 1) Advanced communication system that allows support for radial systems, of cellular telephony and teleconference for Internet 2) Advanced system of communications that‘s provided telephony, teleconference and Tv cable. 3) A system of communications that allows to offer support for radial systems. 4) A system of communications that allows to offer support for radial systems, telephony and teleconference for Internet. 5) A system of communications that allows to offer support for radial systems, and teleconference for Internet. 6) A system of communications that allows to offer support for radial systems, of cellular telephony and teleconference. 7) no information 8) no information 9) no information 10) no information 11) no information

Refuge(s) Capacity Scientific Personnel:

Refuge(s) Capacity Support Personnel:

1) Independencia 2) Abrazo de Maipu (shared with Chile) 3) Cristo Redentor 4) Guemes

1) Speranza Station located at the northern tip of the Antarctic Peninsula, in the Antartic Strait (63º 24´ S, 56º 59´ W) 2) Speranza Station 3) Speranza Station 4) Speranza Station

1) Nelson Island 2) Elephant Island

1) 5 2) 5

1) 1 (alpinist) 2) 1 (alpinist)

None

None

None

1) Radios (Short range), 2) Satelite telephone: Iridium 950A, 3) Internet: Inmarsat (Stratos R-BGAN)

1) República del Ecuador

1) Hennequin Point, Admiralty Bay, King George Island (South Shetland Islands)

None

None

None

1) Phone/fax: local call Uruguay line, VHF/HF, LAN /Email 2) Inmarsat, VHF/HF

None

None

Refuge(s) Capacity Permanent:

Refuge(s) Capacity Seasonal, Which period: Describe all the facilities the refuge(s)

No information

No information

No information

1) 0 2) 0

1) 6 (Summer max. 45 days) 2) 6 (Summer max. 45 days)

1) 2)

None

None

None

1) Seasonal

1) 3

1) 1

None

None

None

None

None

None

Describe all the communication available in the refuge(s)

Do your Programme camping in Antarctic?

Where are the frequent places of camping?

No information

No information

No information

1) 2)

Yes

No information

None

Yes

Byers peninsula and Williams point in Livingston Island, Rugged Island, Snow island.

1) Scientific: 3 (January February)

1) Support: 1 (January February)

1) 1 Field Specialist

None

None

None

None

None

None

When is the frequent period of camping?

Describe in general the kind of equipment and the kind LAND TRANSPORT of communication

No information

No information

1) Almirante Irizar Icebreaker 2) Oceanographic vessel ―PUERTO DESEADO‖

No information

No information

No information

20 days per camping

For 4-6 person, tents, VHFHF - satellital equipment, small generator, boxes with food, medicines

1. Jeep and mini truck in Escudero Station (King George island). 2. Mototrack atv 4x4 in Guillermo Mann Station (Livingston Island). 3. Snowtrack Skidoo and mototrack atv 6x6 in Antonio Hunneus Station (Patriot Hills).

1) Satelite telephone: Iridium 950A, 2) Radio VHF

The programme does not have a research vessel

None

None

No information

None

None

1) Supply Vessel Artigas (ROU 04) : Type 701E frigate 2) supply ship Vanguardia (ROU 26)

AQUATIC TRANSPORT

No information

Vessels Oceanographic Vessel NApOc Ary Rongel 2 Squilo helicopters 5 mouth at Antarctic 25 researchers 75 support people 2 laboratories (wet and dry) 2 zodiacs (need more information for small vessels in the ship and in the base)

1. 01 vessel icebreaker from Chilean navy - Oscar Viel icebreaker 2. 02 vessels ATF from Chilean navy - ATF Lautaro and ATF Leucotón 3. 01 private vessel, charted by INACH for 20 days - DAPMARES 4. 01 Zodiac MK-V heavy duty, 15 pax located in Escudero Station 5. 01 Zodiac MK-III heavy duty, 8 pax located in Escudero Station 6. 02 Zodiac MK-V heavy duty, 15 pax located in private vessel 7. 06 Zodiac MK-III heavy duty, 8 pax located in Punta Arenas Warehouse 8. 01 Zodiac MK-IV heavy duty, 12 pax located in Punta Arenas Warehouse 1) DAPMARES (private vessel) 2) Oscar Viel icebreaker 3) ATF Lautaro 4) ATF Leucotón

The programme does not have a research vessel

Vessel Buque de Investigación Científica HUMBOLDT Características Principales: Habitabilidad 100 personas Eslora 76.20 mts Calado 4.35 mts. Desplazamiento 1980 Tons. Velocidad promedio 12 Nudos Con capacidad de laboratorios de Química, Oceanografía, Biología y Microbiología para el desarrollo de los programas antárticos y un arte completo de pesca.

1) Montevideo – Ushuaia 03 -09 JAN 06 Ushuaia – BCAA (Base Cientifica Antartica Artigas) 14-16 JAN 06 BCAA – ECARE (Estación Científica Antártica Ruperto Elichiribehety) 16 JAN-01FEB06 BCAA – Pta Arenas (Chile) 01-04 FEB 06 Pta Arenas - Montevideo :09-14 FEB 06 The vessel also operates in the following locations Deception -Gerlache 25-27 JAN06 2) NO INFORMATION ON VANGUARDIA VESSEL

AIR TRANSPORT

Do you have any agreement or logistic support from/to other(s) Antarctic Programme(s)?

No information

No information

Aircrafts C - 130 2 Squilo helicopters on board the Oceanographic Vessel NApOc Ary Rongel (need more information about capacity and others) No information

1. 01 C-130 Hércules from Chilean Air Force 2. 01 twin otter from Chilean Air Force allocated in Frei Base 3. 01 helicopter from Chilean Air Force allocated in Frei Base 4. 02 helicopters from Chilean navy allocated in the icebreaker

Yes

The programme does not have a research vessel

The programme does not have a research vessel

Avión tipo Hércules de la Fuerza Aérea Peruana

Yes

1) 12 2) 6

1) 80 2) 62

From which country(ies) do you have support?

What kind of support do you receive from/to other(s) Antarctic Programme(s)? 1) Almirante Irizar Icebreaker Displacement 14.899 Tn. Full load. Dimensions: Lenght: 121,3 mts. Width: 25,2 mts. Draught: 9,5 mts. Propulsion: Diesel-Electric., 4 Engines Semt Pielstick 8 PC-2.5 L/400, 18.729 HP, 4 alternators of 600 ACV, 4.000 KW, that activates 2 doubles propelling motors of 700 CCV and 5.975 KW of power each one, 2 propeller. Speed: 17,2 Knots. Economic speed 14 knots. Autonomy: 60 days. Capacity of transport: Storerooms: 1.800 m3 Crew: 135 men + 45 passengers and helicopters crew Radar: Searching air/surface: Plessey AWS2. Navegation: 2 Decca. 2) Oceanographic vessel ―PUERTO DESEADO‖ Displacement: 2.400 Tn. Full load. Dimensions: Lenght:76,8 mts. Width: 15,8 mts. Draught: 3,5 mts. Propulsion: 2 Diesel engines Man. 9L20/27 of 900 KW each one, 2 alternated current electrics motors brand ABB of 380V, 120 KW, for auxiliary propulsion. The ship has 3 propellers. Speed: 14 Knots. Autonomy: 12.000 nautical miles (12 Knts. of speed) Crew: 61 men plus 20 scientifics. Radar: Navegation Decca 1629

No information

No information

No information

Germany

Chile supports the DLR agency with logistics coordination for transport for cargo and passengers

The programme does not have a research vessel

The programme does not have a research vessel

En proceso

En proceso

1) Length overall: 118,30 MTS Breadth moulded (Manga):13,20 MTS Maximum continuous speed (Velocidad maxima): 15/10 kts Navy Crew (tripulación):196 Dim: 118.30 × 13.22 × 4.29 A: 1 twin 40-mm 70-cal. Bofors AA Electronics: Radar: 1 Kelvin-Hughes 14/9 nav.—EW: Thales DR-2000S intercept 1) 4 Navy Pilots, 10 M: 2 Maybach MD 874 diesels; 2 CP props; Motor/ Generation, 4 5,600 bhp Electrician, 10 Electric: 1,935 kw tot. COMMS Remarks: Converted 1981–84 to support 2) 8 Motor Generation/ Type 122 frigates. Is equipped with helicopter 3 COMMS facilities to permit vertical replenishment, Fuel: To deliver 702.000 LITROS; own 193.000 LITROS AVIATION 194.600 LITROS WATER 205.300 LITROS Frozen Cargo To deliver: LACTEOS 2ºC 44 M3, fresh food 5ºC 39 M3, Frozen food -18ºC 54 M3 CARGO ( GENERAL) - Aft Stowage 164 M3

Do you have meteorological station in the Antarctic?

Meteorological station Where:

Meteorological station Which parameters could it measure:

1) Almirante Irizar Icebreaker Science facilities: Two laboratories for oceanographic and marine biology. Continuous pumping of sea water from 9 mts depht. Possibilities of supporting other scientific instruments and devices Add. Info.: Is able to navigate continuosly trhough 1 mts high ice field. By hitting, It can break 6 mts high packs. The ship has 1) Internet and satellite 12 deck and a height of 25 mts from the telephony. water line. It carry 2 Hidrografics 2) motorboat, and pneumatic boats. Helicopters: Flight deck and hangar to house 2 Sea King helicopters or similar types. 2) Oceanographic vessel ―PUERTO DESEADO‖

No information

Yes

1) EACF

Temperature Precipitation(liquid-solid) Humidity Daylight (reflectance) measure Cloud coverage Wind (Velocity and Direction) Visibility (need more information)

Yes

Temperature Precipitation(liquid-solid) Humidity Daylight (reflectance) measure Frei Base, King George Island Cloud coverage Wind (Velocity and Direction) Visibility

The programme does not have a research The programme does not vessel have a research vessel

No

Yes

Estación Antártica Machu Picchu

Temperature Precipitation(liquid-solid) Humidity Daylight (reflectance) measure Cloud coverage Wind (Velocity and Direction) Visibility

1) Free board to working deck : 5.40 mts Free working deck area (espacio disponible en cubierta para maniobras de trabajo): 100 mts 2 Wet laboratory (Laboratorio húmedo): 16 m2 Scientists aboard during this summer campaigns (científicos durante la campaña): 5 (max 12) 2) Working Area on deck 50 mts2 ./ Mobile Lab : 1 Container 20 ft. to be assembled if requiered// Scientist 6 (max 6) Summer campaign 2007 to be confirmed

1) "Artigas" INMARSAT STANDARD C: 477002210 INMARSAT B THELEPHONE 874 377098010 FAX 874 377098011 DATA 874 377098012 TELEX 874 377098013 MSSI: 77056002 AVAILABLE TRANSMIT FREQUENCIES AND EMISSIONS HF 1.6 – 29.999 Mhz (TRANSMISION) 0.1 – 30 Mhz (RECEPCION) EMISSION LSB – J3E – H3E – TLX – FAX POWER 150W UHF 225 – 400 Mhz EMISSION A3 POWER 25W

No

Meteorological station Permanent or Seasonal? If seasonal which period?

Laboratory or Module (Chemical, Biological, Physical or other analysis)

No information

No information

Permanent

1) Biology Laboratories (wet and dry) 2) Geosciences Laboratory 3) Multipurpose laboratory 4) Atmosphere Science‘s module 5) Aquarium‘s module 6) Meteorology‘s module 7) Ionosphere‘s module 8) Chemistry‘s module 9) Triage‘s module (need more information)

Permanent

For general use

None

None

Seasonal (Summer)

No information

None

None

Laboratory or Module Where:

Laboratory or Module Specify the equipments available:

No information

No information

1) EACF and Ary Rongel Vessel 2) EACF 3) EACF 4) EACF 5) EACF 6) EACF 7) EACF 8) EACF 9) EACF

No information

Escudero Station

stoves, laminar flux camera, stereoscopic microscope, analytical scale

None

1) 1 Snow vehicle for two people at the Maldonado Station

No information

No information

None

1) At KGI, BCAA, Files Pensinsula: 2 Hagllunds snow mobile carriers for 16 pax 1 truck IFA 1 skidoo 1 4x4 moto

Do you have access to the laboratories of other Antarctic Programmes/Stations?

Laboratories of other Antarctic Programmes/Stations. Which country(ies): Aircraft: C-130 Location: Air Brigade I – El Palomar (Buenos Aires) Capabilities: Standard version: Up to 50 passengers with their own luggage and scientific equipment. Cargo version: Up to 8.000 kg payload. VIP version: Up to 50 passengers. Boarding places: Buenos Aires - Rio Gallegos (Santa Cruz Province) - Ushuaia (Tierra del Fuego Province) Flight time: Buenos Aires – Rio Gallegos 4 hs; Buenos Aires – Ushuaia 5 hs; Rio Gallegos – Marambio Antarctic Station 4 hs; Ushuaia – Marambio Antarctic Station 3 hs. Operation date: Year-round Aircraft: DHC 6 / TWIN OTTER Location: Marambio Antarctic Station Capabilities: Passenger version: Up to 5 passengers with their own luggage and scientific equipment. Sledge-equipped for ice and snow landings Cargo version: Up to 500 kg payload Boarding place: Marambio Antarctic Station Range: 150 NM from Marambio Station round trip Operation date: Year round Helicopter: BELL 212 Location: Marambio Antarctic Station Capabilities: Passenger version: Up to 6 passengers with their own luggage and scientific equipment. Cargo version: Up to 2.000 kg payload Boarding place: Marambio Antarctic Station Range: 60 NM from Marambio Station round trip Operation date: Late October to the end of March

No information

No information

No information

None

None

1) 2 Zodiacs with an outboard motor for 8 people each at the None Maldonado Station

No information

No information

1) At KGI , BCAA (Artigas Station): 2 Zodiac Rubber boats MK2

1) Fixed wing C130 B , fixed wing aircraft for intercontinental flight, capacity 90 pax , landing with 6 tons at Marsh Air Base, KGI 2) Rotary Wing: 1 Bell 212 seasonally eventually at BCAA , KGI 3) Squilo onboard vessel ROU04 Artigas 4) Aircraft Hércules C130 Uruguayan Air Force

Laboratories of other Antarctic Programmes/Stations. Where:

Equipment Which kinds are there in your Programme (e.g. diving):

Equipment Where:

No information

No information

No information

No information

No information

No information

None

1) Diving equipment 2) Sampling bottles, oceanographic rosete, data loggers, different type of scales, pH-meter, gps, several geological equipment, thermometer and weather stations

1) Escudero Station and INACH warehouse 2) Escudero Station and INACH warehouse

Yes

Chile, Peru and Brazil

Air and maritime transport

No information

No information

No information

No

None

None

Support people in the Station(s)/Base(s) Name:

Support People in the Station/Base Number:

Support people in the refuge(s) Name:

Yes

1) Marambio Station

No information

1) EACF

1) 10

1) Nelson Island 2) Elephant Island

1) Julio Escudero 2) Guillermo Mann 3) Julio Risopatrón 4) Yelcho 5) Julio Ripamonti 6) Antonio Huneeus 7) O‘Higgins (Chilean Army Base) 8) Eduardo Frei (Chilean Air Force) 9) Gabriel Gonzalez Videla (Chilean Air Force)

1) 6 2) 2 3) 3 4) 2 5) 1 6) 12 7) 20 8) 6

None

No

None

None

1) Machu Picchu

No information

None

Yes

1) KGI , Fildes Peninsula

1) Temperature Precipitation(liquid-solid) Humidity Daylight (reflectance) measure Cloud coverage Wind (Velocity and Direction) Visibility UVA-B

Support People in the refuge(s) Number:

Support people in the Vessel(s) Name:

Support People in theVessel(s) Number:

No information

No information

No information

1) 1 alpinist 2) 1 alpinist

1) NApOc Ary Rongel

1) 75

None

1) DAPMARES (private vessel) 2) Oscar Viel icebreaker 3) ATF Lautaro 4) ATF Leucotón

1) 24 2) 100 3) 35 4) 35

None

Space for: 1) Chemical Analysis 2) Biological Analysis 3) Physical Analysis 4) Geologic Analysis

1) Maldonado Station

None

1) Vessel HUMBOLDT

No information

1) Permanent

1) Chemical analysis 2) Biological analysis 3) Physical analysis 4) Dry lab

1) If equipment provided by scientist during collection. Planned to be provided for future seasons 2) If equipment provided by scientist during collection. Planned to be provided for future seasons 3) If equipment provided by scientist during collection. Planned to be provided for future seasons 4) If equipment provided by scientist during collection. Planned to be provided for future seasons

Support People Personnel skills Station/Base Name:

Support People Personnel skills Station/Base Speciality(ies) and how many people:

No information

1) International Laboratory DALLMAN

1) EACF

No information

1) Julio Escudero 2) Guillermo Mann 3) Julio Risopatrón 4) Yelcho 5) Julio Ripamonti

1) 1 Mechanics, 1 Electrician, 2 Cooker, 1 Builder Engineer, 1 Carpenter 2) 1 Electrician, 1 Carpenter 3) 1 Mechanics, 1 Electrician, 1 Builder Engineer 4) 1 Electrician, 1 Carpenter 5) 1 Electro mechanic

1) Space only

No

1) Machu Picchu

No information

1) If equipment provided by scientist during collection. Planned to be provided for future seasons 2) If equipment provided by scientist during collection. Planned to be provided for future seasons 3) If equipment provided by scientist during collection. Planned to be provided for future seasons 4) If equipment provided by scientist during collection. Planned to be provided for future seasons

No

Support People Personnel skills Refuge Name:

Support People Personnel skills Refuge Speciality(ies) and how many people:

Personnel skills. Vessel Name:

1) Between German-Argentine 1) Jubany Station

No information

1) Nelson Island 2) Elephant Island

1) 1 alpinist 2) 1 alpinist

1) NAp Oc Ary Rongel

None

None

No information

None

None

None

None

None

No information

None

None

1) Dry Suit Diving equipment 2) Sampling bottles, oceanographic rosete, echosounders ,data loggers, Water Level recorder Anderaa WLR7 3) GPS , Geodetic Instruments , automatic weather stations , Enviromental loggers , Termographer, Decibelometer , Hydro Sensors

Support People Personnel skills Vessel Speciality(ies) and how many people:

No information

No information

No information

None

No information

1)Artigas Station 2) Onboard labs of ROU 04 Artigas// ROU 26 Vanguardia

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No information

No information

INACH do not have information about the Chilean Air Force, Navy and Army personnel

1) Air transport from Punta Arenas to Frei Base and viciversa ( Chilean Air Force) 2) Maritime transport from Frei to Maldonado and viciversa (Chilean Navy) 3) Air transport from Punta Arenas to Frei Base and viciversa (Brazil Air Force) 4) Private Air Transport ( Patagonia Air Line)

No information

List of which logistic could be available for the next field season (2006/2007): 1 Field Station at KGI (year round) 1-2 ship cruises across Drake Pasg. And Peninsula. Vacancies onboard vessels fully booked . 3 at Artigas station . None at Summer station at Hope Bay

Cooperation with CAML and IPY activities

No information

MABIREH and Logistic support to Peru

1) Maldonado Research Station ( only summer) 2) Divers to take underwater samples 3) Support People (10)

List of which logistic could be available for the CAML field season (2007/2008): 1 Field Station at KGI (year round) 1-2 ship cruises across Drake Passage and Peninsula. (West Antarctica)

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Overnight accommodation and food Marambio overnight accommodation: The maximum accommodation for visitors during summer season is twenty. The maximum accommodation for visitors during the rest of the year is up to forty persons. Arriving at Marambio Station, scientific expeditions can be accommodated in the Station rooms if i required. Or they canbe readily deployed by aircraft or helicopter. Marambio Station is the key for the expeditions, which had decided to work in the eastern side of the Antarctic Peninsula. Rio Gallegos Air Force Station overnight accommodation: Accommodations and food are availables in the Station for up to 50 passengers. Although the main purpose of such facilities are due to support the Argentine scientific plan and the cooperation projects some remaining capabilities may be offered to other National Antarctic Programs for IPY. Facilities are available for national operators and NGOs only by prior arrangement with the Dirección Nacional del Antártico (ARGENTINA) at least 90 days in advance. Aircraft‘s capabilities may vary in accordance with weather, glacier and operational conditions. They are an example and can be lightly modified due to the users requirement.

It counts with tents to receive two or three extra people in the Station The divers are from NAUTILUS Co. An experience private business in maritime rescue

Artigas overnight accommodation: The maximum accommodation for visitors during summer season is 12 aprox. except during flight operations The maximum accommodation for visitors during the rest of the year is up to 20 persons aprox Arriving at Artigas Station, after getting Uruguay NAP permissions and arrangements, scientific expeditions can be accommodated in the Station rooms if required for a reasonable ammount of days. N umber of people , and period of stay is not fixed considering the arriving of own expeditions during summer in own planes , stock of supplies and balanced cooperation agreements by approved MOUs .


				
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