Just Tell Them I Survived! Women in Antarctica

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APPENDIX 1
Women participating in this study
and their Antarctic service

Listed by year*, type of stay, station/s, job, subsequent visits**. * For winterers, the year of wintering, not when they left Australia; for others, the year of departure is listed which does not indicate the length of the ‘summer’ or voyage. ** Information on this is incomplete and indicated by just ‘yes’ before or a ‘+’ after the number of known visits (up to the 1999–2000 season) to indicate there may have been more.


ANARE EXPEDITIONS, INCLUDING THOSE WHO HAVE
GONE ON OTHER NATIONAL OR PRIVATE EXPEDITIONS

Erica Adamson (1988, winter, Casey, expeditioner-scientist, yes 2 summers)

Heather Adamson (1987, summer, Casey, scientist, yes 1 summer)

Denise Allen (1985, winter, Macquarie Island, Met. observer, yes 3 more winters, deputy station leader on last one)

Morag Anderson (1990, winter, Davis, volunteer microbiologist)

Sue Baker (1995, summer, Casey, field assistant, yes)

Evlyn Barrett (1984, round trip, AAD librarian, yes 1 round trip)

Helen Beggs (1987, winter, Macquarie Island, expeditioner-physicist, yes one winter, 5+ marine science voyages)

Elanor Bell (1996, winter, Davis, biologist)

Isobel Bennett (1959, round trip, Macquarie Island, biologist [Isobel describes her position as ‘supernumerary’], yes 3 round trips)

Hope Black, ne´e MacPherson (1959, round trip, Macquarie Island, biologist, yes 1)

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