Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Dobson-Machine-at-Faraday-Base-27MZIFL5TN9B.htmlConceptually similarDobson Machine at Faraday BaseGP0K5QCompleted★★★★Dobson MachineGP01653Completed★★★★UK Faraday Base. Antarctica.GP0WGNCompleted★★★★Radio room at World Park BaseGP011B8Completed★★★★Scientific work close to World Park BaseGP0KNHCompleted★★★★Dismantling World Park BaseGP015PRCompleted★★★★Sampling at Greenpeace World Park in AntarcticaGP0IPJCompleted★★★★★★★Resupply of World Park Base, Cape Evans. Antarctica.GP098TCompleted★★★★School at Chilean BaseGP05ZMCompleted★★★★View AllGP01FQGDobson Machine at Faraday BaseDobson machine that measures the hole in the ozone layer. Faraday base, Antarctica.Locations:Adelaide Island-Antarctic-AntarcticaDate:1 Jan, 1990Credit:© Greenpeace / Robin CulleyMaximum size:2048px X 3072pxKeywords:Antarctica World Park (campaign title)-Climate (campaign title)-Educational and research equipment-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Ozone depletion-Research-Science-Technology-Toxics (campaign title)Shoot:Antarctica Expedition 1989/90Antarctica expedition 89/90. Palmer Base (US).In 1987 Greenpeace established the ‘World Park Base’ in Antarctica which stayed until 1991. The base was part of a 7 year campaign which concluded successfully with the Environmental protocol to the Antarctic treaty, an essential first step to protect the last (almost) untouched continent on this planet.