State and trends of the historic heritage in Antarctica

Component
Summary
Grade
Very poor Poor Good Very good
Confidence
In Grade In Trend
Comparability
To previous years

Site undergoing extensive conservation work in accordance with the management plan

Year(s): 
2011
4
Improving
Confidence (in grade): 
Adequate
Confidence (in trend): 
Adequate
Comparability (to previous reports): 
Not assessed

Management plan is being prepared Biscoe hut restoration nearly completed

Year(s): 
2011
3
Improving
Confidence (in grade): 
Adequate
Confidence (in trend): 
Adequate
Comparability (to previous reports): 
Not assessed

Donga line removed; a number of buildings currently under repair. Ongoing routine maintenance

Year(s): 
2011
3
Stable
Confidence (in grade): 
Adequate
Confidence (in trend): 
Adequate
Comparability (to previous reports): 
Not assessed

Oil barrels and sealers graves deteriorating; visits are infrequent, making monitoring activities challenging A management plan is in place

Year(s): 
2011
1
Deteriorating
Confidence (in grade): 
Limited
Confidence (in trend): 
Limited
Comparability (to previous reports): 
Not assessed

A number of old structures removed, but the remains of oiling and sealing tryworks are still on the island

Year(s): 
2011
2
Stable
Confidence (in grade): 
Adequate
Confidence (in trend): 
Adequate
Comparability (to previous reports): 
Not assessed
Wienecke B (2011). Antarctic environment: State and trends of the historic heritage in Antarctica. In: Australia state of the environment 2011, Australian Government Department of the Environment and Energy, Canberra, https://soe.environment.gov.au/assessment-summary-79-state-and-trends-historic-heritage-antarctica, DOI 10.4226/94/58b65b2b307c0