ATCM
Antarctic Treaty
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Party: Germany
Permanent Information
Automatic Recording Stations Report
Scientific Information - Automatic Recording Stations / Observatories
Location:
Site Name: Air Chemical Observatory at Neumayer Station III   Lat: 70º 40´ 00´´ S   Long: 08º 16´ 00´´ W  
Type: Air Chemistry Observatories
Elevation: 42
Parameters Recorded: The following observations are carried out, evaluated and finally put into the relevant international data centres and data bases. The observatory is established for both, long-term monitoring and particular case studies during one or two wintering periods or during summer season only. The long-term observational programme applies air sampling and in-situ measurements.For further information see http://www.awi.de/en/infrastructure/stations/neumayer_station/observatories/
Observation Frequency: continuous
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Site Name: Automatic aerosol sampling at the Kohnen Station    Lat: 75º 00´ 00´´ S   Long: 00º 04´ 00´´ E  
Type: Automatic aerosol sampling
Elevation: 2892
Parameters Recorded: The automatic aerosol sampling was set up in 2003. It is performed by AWI in cooperation with Institute of Environmental Physics (IUP), University of Heidelberg. Data retrieval during summer season every year.
Observation Frequency: periodical
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Site Name: Automatic recording of regional and global seismic activity at the Kohnen Station    Lat: 75º 00´ 00´´ S   Long: 00º 04´ 00´´ E  
Type: Seismic activity
Elevation: 2892
Parameters Recorded: Automatic recording of regional and global seismic activity: Data retrieval during summer season every year.
Observation Frequency: periodical
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Site Name: Automatic weather station (AWS) at the Kohnen Station   Lat: 75º 00´ 09´´ S   Long: 00º 00´ 26´´ W  
Type: Automatic weather station
Elevation: 2982
Parameters Recorded: Automatic weather station number 9 (operated by the University of Utrecht): Recorded parameters: air temperature, humidity, wind vector, incoming and outgoing radiation, snow-hight, snow temperature, 100 m thermistor string in the bore hole B32. Data transmission online via ARGOS system, additional data storage in data logger for retrieval in summer season.
Observation Frequency: periodical
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Location:
Site Name: Geophysical Observatory of Neumayer Station III    Lat: 70º 40´ 00´´ S   Long: 08º 16´ 00´´ W  
Type: Geophysical Observatories
Elevation: 42
Parameters Recorded: The following observations are carried out, evaluated on site and transferred online to the relevant global networks and data centres: Regional and global seismic activities and earth’s magnetic field components. For further information on seismological and geomagnetic observations see: http://www.awi.de/en/infrastructure/stations/neumayer_station/observatories/
Observation Frequency: continuous
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Location:
Site Name: Hydroacoustic Observatory (PALAOA)   Lat: 70º 31´ 00´´ S   Long: 08º 13´ 00´´ W  
Type: Hydroacoustic Observatory
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Parameters Recorded: The PERENNIAL ACOUSTIC OBSERVATORY IN THE ANTARCTIC ocean is located approximately 20 km north of NEUMAYER STATION III at about 1 km distance to the edge of the Ekström Ice Shelf, of Atka Bay. PALAOA continuously records the underwater soundscape of the southern ocean which is dominated by marine mammal vocalisations and ice sounds. PALAOA was installed in December 2005.
Observation Frequency: continuous
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Location:
Site Name: Meteorological Observatory of Neumayer Station III   Lat: 70º 40´ 00´´ S   Long: 08º 16´ 00´´ W  
Type: Meteorological Observatories
Elevation: 42
Parameters Recorded: The following observations are carried out, evaluated on site and transferred online to the relevant global networks: 3-hourly synoptic observations; surface radiation measurements; daily upper air soundings, balloon-borne radio sonde; weekly ozone soundings (radio sonde and electrochemical ozone sonde); satellite picture receiving station. For further information see: http://www.awi.de/en/infrastructure/stations/neumayer_station/observatories/
Observation Frequency: continuous
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Permanent Station Report
Operational Information - Stations
Name: Closed Facilities: Neumayer Station II
Type: Wintering
Location:
Site Name: Ekström Ice Shelf, Neumayer Station II   Lat: 70º 39´ 00´´ S   Long: 08º 15´ 00´´ W   View in Google Earth Map
Maximum Population: 60
Date Established: 1992
Accommodation Facilities: - steel tube system with two main tubes (Eastern: 82 m; Western: 92 m) 92m long cross tube; tube diameter between 8 and 8.4 m - total aerea 3420 sqm - 56 containerised modules (sleeping rooms, laboratories, mess, social rooms, kitchen, snowmelter, power plant with diesel generators, emergency generator, air condition and ventilation control system, workshop, warehouse and other technical facilities)
Medical Facilities:
Remarks / Description: - Closed 28 February 2009 - Replaced by Neumayer Station III, a station on a platform above the snow surface
Link (URL): http://www.awi.de/en/infrastructure/stations/neumayer_station/
Search and Rescue Information:
Name: German Antarctic Receiving Station (GARS)
Type: Wintering
Location:
Site Name: German Antarctic Receiving Station (GARS)   Lat: 63º 19´ 00´´ S   Long: 57º 54´ 00´´ W   View in Google Earth Map
Maximum Population: 14
Date Established:
Accommodation Facilities: - 31 modules (workspace, generatorroom and livingroom) - 5 modules used as sleeping room - 1 sanitary module (shower, toilet, bath) - 2 kitchen modules (kitchen and sitting space) - The station runs a separate power station - Permanent data satellite link (256 kBit/s) with a fixed 2.4 m offset antenna dish for telephone and Internet connection.
Medical Facilities: none, provided by at O’Higgins Station
Remarks / Description: The station is operated as an annex station to the General Bernardo O’Higgins station (Chile). The location was selected because of its excellent conditions regarding infrastructure, bedrock foundation, and access. The station is in operation throughout the year for data acquisition campaigns. The focus is on Antarctic summertime, when it is possible to obtain ground measurements for reference purposes, as well as to exchange personnel and magnetic tape data carriers, and bring in supplies and replacement parts. Transportation and logistics are coordinated with the Chilean Antarctic Programme using ships and aircraft.
Link (URL): www.antarktis-station.de
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Name: Neumayer Station III
Type: Wintering
Location:
Site Name: Ekström Ice Shelf   Lat: 70º 40´ 00´´ S   Long: 08º 16´ 00´´ W   View in Google Earth Map
Maximum Population: 40
Date Established: 2009
Accommodation Facilities: The station building, basically a three-dimensional steel structure, comprises an underground section placed in a 76 m long and 26 m wide trench in the snow, a 6 m elevated platform surrounded by an insulated hull of 68 m length and 24 m width containing the two-storied station proper, and the 26 m long, lid covered access ramp to the garage at 8.2 m below the snow surface. Altogether there are 4,900 sqm of protected space, of which 2,100 sqm are heated. The station is set up on16 legs with bipo
Medical Facilities: hospital
Remarks / Description: The NEUMAYER STATION III is the permanently occupied German research station located at the Ekstrøm Ice Shelf, north-west edge of Atka Bay in Dronning Maud Land. The station is operated by the Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (AWI) The station continuously operates scientific observatories, and it is the operational base for aircraft missions and deep field traverses during summer season. The wintering staff is 1 station leader/physician, 4 scientists, 3 technicians, 1 cook. During summer season up to 40 scientists and technicians can be accommodated. Transport of personnel and equipment is performed via the airlink from Cape Town to Antarctica established in the frame of the international cooperation Dronning Maud Land Air Network (DROMLAN). 8 to 11 intercontinetal flights are performed from November until February every summer season. Regular supply of the station is performed by ship delivering consumables, maintenance material, heavy equipment such as vehicles, sledges etc. 2 ship calls are performed every summer season.
Link (URL): http://www.awi.de/en/infrastructure/stations/neumayer_station/
Search and Rescue Information:
Name: Closed Facilities: Lillie Marleen Hut
Type: Summer
Location:
Site Name: Lillie Marleen Hut   Lat: 71º 12´ 00´´ S   Long: 164º 31´ 00´´ E   View in Google Earth Map
Maximum Population:
Medical Facilities:
Remarks / Description: - opened 14 January 1980 - currently closed - responsibility BGR
Operating Period: From: October To: March
Link (URL):
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Name: Dallmann Laboratory at Base Carlini
Type: Summer
Location:
Site Name: Dallmann Laboratory   Lat: 62º 14´ 00´´ S   Long: 58º 14´ 00´´ W   View in Google Earth Map
Maximum Population: 16
Medical Facilities: none, provided by Base Carlini
Remarks / Description: The Dallmann Laboratory is located at the Argentinean Base Carlini on King George Island. It was established as an international laboratory funded by the Instituto Antartico Argentino (IAA), The Netherlands Council of Earth and Life Sciences (NWO) and AWI in 1994. Access to and supply of the Dallmann Laboratory is coordinated in co-operation between AWI and DNA/IAA. On site support is provided by the technical staff of Carlini station. Research focussed on: marine and terrestrial biological studies, solar UV, ecophysical investigations, geological field works.
Operating Period: From: October To: March
Link (URL): www.awi.de/en/infrastructure/stations/dallmann_laboratory/
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Name: Gondwana Station
Type: Summer
Location:
Site Name: Gondwana Station    Lat: 74º 38´ 00´´ S   Long: 164º 13´ 00´´ E   View in Google Earth Map
Maximum Population: 20
Medical Facilities:
Remarks / Description: Gondwana Station is used as a logistic base for field parties. The station is operated by the Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR). It is located on a small peninsula at Gerlache Inlet, Terra Nova Bay, Ross Sea. The station can be reached either by ship or airplane. The sea ice conditions are generally favourable for aircraft operation (including Hercules C-130) early in the season. Later in the season landings are only possible on Browning Pass west of Gondwana. In this case helicopter shuttle flights have to provide the linkage to the Gondwana Station. The Terra Nova Bay area is one of the few ideal locations for Antarctic stations in this part of the Ross Sea. Gravel terraces on a slightly sloped terrain provide sufficient space for station buildings and helicopter landing pads. The area is free of snow early in the season and relatively sheltered against catabatic winds which are generally channelled by the Priestley Glacier and deviated towards Hells Gate. The absence of Penguin colonies in the Terra Nova Bay area is another advantage of this location. The first station building was erected in 1983 during the GANOVEX III (German Antarctic North Victoria Land Expedition) as a bivouac hut. During GANOVEX V (1988/89) Gondwana was enlarged and upgraded from a bivouac hut to a summer station. During GANOVEX IX (2005/06) the station was restored. A new painting of the walls and a new waterproof roof membrane protect the station.
Operating Period: From: October To: March
Link (URL):
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Name: Kohnen Station
Type: Summer
Location:
Site Name: Kohnen Station   Lat: 75º 00´ 00´´ S   Long: 00º 04´ 00´´ E   View in Google Earth Map
Maximum Population: 26
Medical Facilities: none. provided by Neumayer Station III
Remarks / Description: The station is currently used as the logistic base for subglacial studies using the EPICA drilling hole as well as for meteorological, air chemistry and seismic observations and glaciological field investigations. The station will also provide ground service for scientific aircraft mission above the inland ice plateau. The station is located on the inland ice plateau (Amundsenisen, Wegnerisen). The distance along the sledge traverse route to Neumayer Station III is about 750 km. Access to the station is possible by means of sledge traverses starting from NEUMAYER STATION III at the cost or by aircraft support in the frame of Dronning Maud Land Air Network (DROMLAN). The air link is mainly used for the transport of personnel, light weighted scientific cargo and food. The advantage of this aircraft access is that it became possible to start scientific works early in the season or to carry out a short stay for maintenance and service automatic stations. Supply of the station is mainly based on sledge traverses to transport large amount of fuel, consumables and material. To travel from NEUMAYER STATION III to KOHNEN STATION takes 11 days on average. The typical arrangement of a sledge train is 6 towing vehicles (Pistenbulli), 12 sledges carrying piece goods and containers, and 5 sledges with tank containers and accommodation facilities. On average about 180 tons of supply goods are needed to run the station. The fuel consumption is about 400 litres per one ton of payload over a distance of 1,000 km.
Operating Period: From: October To: March
Link (URL): www.awi.de/en/infrastructure/stations/kohnen_station/
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Permanent Vessels Report
Operational Information - Vessels
Name: RV Polarstern
Flag of State: Germany
Ice Strength: 2m/fast ice up to 3m
Length: 118m/387 feet
Beam: 25m/82 feet
Gross Tonnage: 11820
Type: GL 100 A 5 ARC3 / MC ARC3 AUT
Link to CONNAMP data:
Maximum Crew: 44
Maximum Passengerss: 55
Description / Remarks: The research and supply vessel RV POLARSTERN commissioned in 1982 is a high class ice breaking vessel and the major research tool for the German Antarctic program. The advanced scientific and technical equipment and ability to navigate in heavy ice conditions in almost all regions of the Arctic and Antarctic oceans provide ideal working conditions for almost all compartments of marine sciences, atmospheric as well as glaciological research (modernisation from 1998 till 2001). Since 1982 the ship regularly operates in arctic and antarctic waters with an average of 320 days on sea every year. The supply of NEUMAYER STATION III is a regular task. Lifting gears and scientific winches are designed for launching and recovery of devices and sensors, fishing and deep sea sediment probing. Hydro-acoustic survey systems such as Hydrosweep, Parasound and fishery sounders can be continuously operated. The fibre optic network connects bridge, winch control room, laboratories and all scientific working places with several servers and distributes information of the central data acquisition system. Altogether 24 scientific laboratories, aquarium and refrigerating rooms are placed at disposal. Additionally up to 15 mobile laboratory containers can be installed inside the ship on E-Deck (10) and at F-Deck (5). The weather station records meteorological data and provides forecast information and satellite imagery on sea ice distributions. Recently technical facilities and hydro-acoustic navigation aids have been installed to deploy ROV for deep sea missions. Overview on the major elements for marine research: Working Deck Areas and laboratories: • After Deck: 40 m long, 14 m width (partly fixed installations), 560 sq m • Helicopter Deck: 18 m X 15 m. Winch Systems: • A-Frame (30 to) at after deck • 2 traction winches (pull 30 to) • 2 hydrographical winches (pull 5 to), armoured coaxial cable (11 mm, length 7000 m) • 1 hydrographical winch (pull 5 to), armoured coaxial cable (18 mm, length 8000 m) • 2 geological winches (pull 20 to), wire (18 mm, length 10.000 m) • 1 cantilevered beam (5 to) • 1 cantilevered beam (20 to). Cranes: • Bow deck main crane (25 to, 25 m forward) • Midships crane (15 to at 16 m and 10 to at 24 m) • After deck crane, port, 5 to at 18 m. Scientific instrumentation and IT: • fibre optic based 100 MB network, 200 TP, RJ45 ports and 800 fibre optic direct connections • 3 X SISCO 6509 routers • Main computer system, 3 X SUN Enterprise 2500 • 30 PC, display and working PC ( COMPAQ Deskpro 6600) • Data-Logging system: PODAS, about 120 sensors • Atlas Hydrographic DS 2 multibeam swath bathymetry system • Atlas Hydrographics PARASOUND, parametric sub-bottom profiler • SIMRAD Deep Water Sounder (DWS 500), scientific and navigation sounder • SIMRAD EK 60 fishery sounder, four frequencies (38, 70, 120, 200 kHz) • SCANMAR net sonde • Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) • Short Base under Water Navigation System, POSIDONIA 6000 • 2 X SeaBird Thermosalinograph, SBE 21 • 1 X CTD system, SEABIRD SBE 911 Plus, Deck unit SBE 11 Plus and 24 X 12 rosette sampler • XBT-System, Sippican & Nautilus • Ship Magnetometer • Gravimeter • Seismic compressor for air gun, Leobersdorfer, 32 l /minute, 210 bar, air gun handling equipment. • Meteorological observatory including: • Radio Sounding System (VAISALA), data acquisition system, HRPT-Satellite image receiving system. For further information see: http://www.awi.de/en/infrastructure/ships/POLARSTERN/
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Aircraft Report
Operational Information - Aircraft
Type: Basler BT-67
Number: Polar 5
Remarks: The ski-equipped aircraft POLAR 5 (Basler BT-67) is operated by AWI, was put into service in 2007 and is designed for scientific and logistic missions in Polar Regions. The BT-67 is an advanced DC-3 equipped with modern avionics, turbo prop engines and a combined ski-wheel gear. Loading capacity allows efficient logistic operations. The fuselage provides sufficient space for scientific installations. Large belly doors, several large openings in the cabin, wing stations for antennas and probes as well as powerful generators (15.4 kVA) are available for installation and running scientific systems on board. The operational range is more than 3000 km and the take-off ability with ski gear is up to 4,100 m sufficient for all elevations on the Antarctic inland ice plateau. In Antarctica POLAR 5 is integrated in the logisitcíc service in the frame of DROMLAN (Dronning Maud Land Air Network). The transport capacity of POLAR 5 is 18 passengers or up to 2000 kg cargo. POLAR 5 is mainly used for air-borne geophysical and glaciological survey missions as well as meteorological studies, in-situ air chemistry and radiation measurements. The aircraft can be adapted to different scientific programs. For further information see: http://www.awi.de/en/infrastructure/aircraft/research_aircraft/
Search and Rescue Information:
Type: Basler BT-67
Number: Polar 6
Remarks: The ski-equipped aircraft POLAR 6 (Basler BT-67) is operated by AWI, was put into service in 2011 and is designed for scientific and logistic missions in Polar Regions. The BT-67 is an advanced DC-3 equipped with modern avionics, turbo prop engines and a combined ski-wheel gear. Loading capacity allows efficient logistic operations. The fuselage provides sufficient space for scientific installations. Large belly doors, several large openings in the cabin, wing stations for antennas and probes as well as powerful generators (15.4 kVA) are available for installation and running scientific systems on board. The operational range is more than 3000 km and the take-off ability with ski gear is up to 4,100 m sufficient for all elevations on the Antarctic inland ice plateau. In Antarctica POLAR 6 is integrated in the logisitcíc service in the frame of DROMLAN (Dronning Maud Land Air Network). The transport capacity of POLAR 6 is 18 passengers or up to 2000 kg cargo. POLAR 6 is mainly used for air-borne geophysical and glaciological survey missions as well as meteorological studies, in-situ air chemistry and radiation measurements. The aircraft can be adapted to different scientific programs. For further information see: http://www.awi.de/en/infrastructure/aircraft/research_aircraft/
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Compliance with the Protocol Report
Environmental Information - Compliance with the Protocol
No new measures have been adopted during the reported period.

Environmental Impact Assessment: Procedures Report
Environmental Information - Environmental Impact Assessment (Procedures)
No new procedures were established during this reporting period.

Waste Management Plans Report
Environmental Information - Waste Disposal and Waste Management (Waste Management Plans)
Title: Waste Management Plans for cruises ships (MV Hanseatik, MV Bremen, MV Delfin, MC Vistamar, etc.)
Fixed Site/Field Camp/Ship: MV Hanseatic, MV Bremen, MV Delphin, MV Vistamar, MV Hanse Explorer, MV Marco Polo
Objective:
Link (URL): www.umweltbundesamt.de
Title: Waste Management Plan for AWI stations
Fixed Site/Field Camp/Ship:
Objective:
Contact Point:
Organisation:
Name: Nixdorf Uwe
Job Title or Position: Head of AWI- Logistik
Phone: +49(471)4831-1160
Email: Uwe.Nixdorf@awi.de

Waste Management Inventory of Past Activities Report
Prevention of Marine Pollution: Measures Report
Environmental Information - Prevention of Marine Pollution
No new measures have been adopted during the reported period.

Area Protection and Management: Measures Report
Environmental Information - Area Protection and Management (Measures)
No new measures have been adopted during the reported period.

Contingency Plans Report
Environmental Information - Contingency Plans
Title: Contingency Plans
Scope/coverage of the plan:
Objective: For NEUMAYER STATION III an Emergency Manual covering oil Spill contingency, emergency response, ship loading operations, aircraft operations is in place in accordance to COMNAP guidelines. For RV POLARSTERN Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plans (SOPEPs) are in place in accordance to MARPOL regulations. For further information contact: Uwe.Nixdorf@awi.de and Dirk.Mengedoht@awi.de
Contact Point:
Organisation:
Name: Nixdorf Uwe
Job Title or Position: Head of AWI- Logistik
Phone: +49(471)4831-1160
Email: Uwe.Nixdorf@awi.de

Relevant National Legislation Report
Other Information - Relevant National Legislation
Title: Statutory Order Regarding Charges for Official Acts under the Act Implementing the Environmental Protection Protocol of 22 September 1994 (AntKostV) as of 17 April, 2001 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 834)
Topic Environmental Protection: General
Description: Amended by Article 1 of the Ordinance of 22 August 2013 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 3299) Subject: Regulations on the height of charges for Official Acts under the Act Implementing the Protocol of Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty
Date of Effect: 29 Aug 2013
Link (URL): http://www.gesetze-im-internet.de/bundesrecht/antkostv/gesamt.pdf
Contact Point:
Organisation:
Name: Herata Heike
Job Title or Position: UBA
Phone:
Email: heike.herata@uba.de
Title: Statutory Order Regarding Charges for Official Acts under the Act Implementing the Environmental Protection Protocol of 22 September 1994 (AntKostV) as of 17 April, 2001 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 834)
Topic Environmental Protection: General
Description: Amended by Article 2 (42) and Article 4 (27) of the Act of 7 August 2013 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 3154) Subject: General regulations on charges for Official Acts under the Act Implementing the Protocol of Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty
Date of Effect: 15 Aug 2013
Link (URL): http://www.gesetze-im-internet.de/bundesrecht/antkostv/gesamt.pdf
Contact Point:
Organisation:
Name: Herata Heike
Job Title or Position: UBA
Phone:
Email: heike.herata@uba.de
Title: Act Implementing the Protocol of Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty of 4 October 1991 (Act Implementing the Environmental Protection Protocol) of 22 September 1994 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2593)
Topic Environmental Protection: General
Description: Amended by Article 2 (41) and Article 4 (26) of the Act of 7 August 2013 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 3154) Subject: Regulation on charges for Official Acts under the Act Implementing the Protocol of Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty
Date of Effect: 15 Aug 2013
Link (URL): http://www.gesetze-im-internet.de/bundesrecht/antarktumwschprotag/gesamt.pdf
Contact Point:
Organisation:
Name: Herata Heike
Job Title or Position: UBA
Phone:
Email: heike.herata@uba.de

Title: Act Implementing the Protocol of Environmental Protection to the Antarctic Treaty of 4 October 1991 (Act Implementing the Environmental Protection Protocol) of 22 September 1994 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2593)
Topic Environmental Protection: General
Description: Amended by Article 11 of the Act of 25 July 2013 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 2749) Subject: Regulations on electronic correspondence
Date of Effect: 01 Aug 2013
Link (URL): http://www.gesetze-im-internet.de/bundesrecht/antarktumwschprotag/gesamt.pdf
Contact Point:
Organisation:
Name: Herata Heike
Job Title or Position: UBA
Phone:
Email: heike.herata@uba.de
Title: Amendment of the Regulation on Specially Protected Areas, Specially Managed Areas, Historic Sites and Monuments in Antarctica of 23 May 2007
Topic Environmental Protection: Annex V (Protected Areas)
Description: Verordnung zur Veränderung der Verordnung über besonders geschützte Gebiete, historische Stätten und Denkmäler in der Antarktis - published at Federal Law Gazette, part II No. 17, p. 770 et seq.
Date of Effect: 23 May 2007
Link (URL): www.umweltbundesamt.de/antaktis
Contact Point:
Organisation:
Name: Herata Heike
Job Title or Position: UBA
Phone:
Email: heike.herata@uba.de
Title: Regulation on Specially Protected Areas, Specially Managed Areas, Historic Sites and Monuments in Antarctica of 25 April 2005
Topic Environmental Protection: Annex V (Protected Areas)
Description: Verordnung über besonders geschützte Gebiete, historische Stätten und Denkmäler der Antarktis - published at Federal Law Gazette, part II No. 10, p. 386 et seq. - this regulation replaces the previous on this subject of 10 July 2000
Date of Effect: 25 Apr 2005
Link (URL): www.umweltbundesamt.de/antarktis
Contact Point:
Organisation:
Name: Herata Heike
Job Title or Position: UBA
Phone:
Email: heike.herata@uba.de

Title: Statutory Order Regarding Charges for Official Acts Under the Act to Implement the Protocol on Environmental Protection of 22 September 1994 of 17 April 2001
Topic Environmental Protection: General
Description: Kostenverordnung für Amtshandlungen nach dem Umweltschutzprotokoll-Ausführungsgesetz vom 22. September 1994 - published at Federal Law Gazette, part I, p. 834 et seq.
Date of Effect: 17 Apr 2001
Link (URL): www.umweltbundesamt.de/antarktis
Contact Point:
Organisation:
Name: Herata Heike
Job Title or Position: UBA
Phone:
Email: heike.herata@uba.de
Title: Regulation on the Composition, Appointment and Procedure of an Indipendent Comission of Scientific Experts Under Sec. 6 Para.5 of the Act to Implement the Protocol on Environmental Protection of 22 September 1994 of 22 July 1999
Topic Environmental Protection: General
Description: Verordnung über Zusammensetzung, Berufung und Verfahren einer unabhängigen Komission wissenschaftlicher Sachverständiger nach § 6 Abs. 5 des Umweltschutzprotokoll-Ausführungsgesetzes vom 22. September 1994 - published at Federal Law Gazette, part I, p. 1660 et seq.
Date of Effect: 22 Jul 1999
Link (URL): www.umweltbundesamt.de/antarktis
Contact Point:
Organisation:
Name: Herata Heike
Job Title or Position: UBA
Phone:
Email: heike.herata@uba.de
Title: Act to Implement the Protocol on the Environmental Protection of 4 October 1994 to the Antarktis Treaty of 22 September 1994
Topic Environmental Protection: General
Description: Gesetz zur Ausführung des Umweltschutzprotokolls vom 4. Oktober 1991 zum Antarktis- Vertrag - published at Federal Law Gazette, part I, p. 2594 et seq. - most recently amended by the ordinance of 31 October 2006 (Federal Law Gazette 1 p.2407)
Date of Effect: 22 Sep 1994
Link (URL): www.umweltbundesamt.de/antarktis
Contact Point:
Organisation:
Name: Herata Heike
Job Title or Position: UBA
Phone:
Email: heike.herata@uba.de

Title: Act on the Protocol on Environmental Protection of 4th October 1991 to the Antarctic Treaty of 22 September 1994
Topic Environmental Protection: General
Description: Gesetz zum Umweltschutzprotokoll vom 4. Oktober 1991 zum Antarktis Vertrag - published at Federal Law Gazette, part I, p.2391 et seq. - amanded by Regulation of 21 September 1997 (Federal Law Gazett, part I, p. 2391 et seq.)
Date of Effect: 22 Sep 1994
Link (URL): www.umweltbundesamt. de/antarktis
Contact Point:
Organisation:
Name: Herata Heike
Job Title or Position: UBA
Phone:
Email: heike.herata@uba.de
General Report