State and trends of the historic heritage in Antarctica

Very poor,Poor,Good,Very good

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