This WP examines the impact of the pandemic on Antarctic researchers and decision-makers, drawing on results from a survey as well as relevant impacts-related literature.
- What are the impacts of COVID-19 on Antarctic researchers and anyone contributing to Antarctic research?
- How do the impacts vary according to demographic?
- What do researchers need? What strategies have been, or could be adopted, to meet those needs?
Ilan Kelman (Co-Lead)
Cristian Lorenzo (Co-Lead)
Jennifer Pickett (Co-Lead)
Yelena Yermakova (Co-Lead)
Won Sang Lee
Pedro Marques Quinteiro
Lorenzo, C., D. Liggett, B. Frame, A. Herbert, I. Kelman, J. Pickett, & Y. Yermakova (2020). “Antarctica and the COVID-19 pandemic. Taking a Social Sciences and Humanities perspective.” Environment Coastal & Offshore (ECO).
Liggett, D. et al. “Antarctic research at a time of crisis: The impact of COVID-19 on the Antarctic research community.” Abstract submitted to the 2021 New Zealand Antarctic Science Conference.
The results from the 2020 community survey can be accessed in the pdf Final Report (1.57 MB) .