delegations to the annual Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meeting and meetings of CCAMLR, which acts on the management and governance of the continent and surrounding ocean.
What does AT stand for?
AT stands for Antarctic Treaty
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- Anaerobic Threshold
- Analytical Task
- Anandtech.com (website)
- Anchorage Times (Anchorage, AK newspaper)
- Angst Technology (web comic strip)
- Animal Transport
- Annual Tour
- Annual Training
- Answering Tone
Samples in periodicals archive:
This would ignore the Antarctic Treaty that has internationalized the continent.
Sea Shepherd captain Paul Watson told the Australian Associated Press news agency that the whalers were refuelling at sea in an area where such activities are prohibited by an Antarctic treaty.
Kennicutt says the Antarctic Treaty System that governs the continent has worked well since it was established in 1962 and that 50 countries currently adhere to the treaty, but it is under pressure today from global climate changes and the ever-present interest in the area's natural resources, from fish to krill to oil to gas to minerals.
Its goal is to educate on and promote the protection of the Antarctic Treaty.
In the future, Russian researchers plan to explore the lake using an underwater robot equipped with video cameras that would collect water samples and sediments from the bottom of the lake, a project still awaiting the approval of the Antarctic Treaty organization.
The inspection will be conducted pursuant to the Antarctic Treaty of 1959 and its Environmental Protocol.
I have seen for myself the damage to the polar ice cap and, when the Antarctic Treaty expires in 2041, the future of that entire area will be in jeopardy.