Prof Patrick Quilty AM
Professor Patrick Quilty is Australia's pre-eminent Antarctic research scientist and an administrator with experience in international and domestic policy matters. A distinguished geologist, he recently retired as ANARE Chief Scientist with the Antarctic Division of the Department of the Environment and Heritage. Professor Quilty is a regular media commentator on a broad array of Antarctic matters and the author of over 140 scientific papers. Many honours have been bestowed on Professor Quilty during his distinguished career not least of which are having both Quilty Nunataks and Quilty Bay in Antarctica named after him.
Patrick Quilty travels from Tasmania Australia
- Australia and Antarctica - A Long Association
- Balancing Environmental and Economic Value in the Antarctic
- The Global Significance of Antarctica
- Understanding Global Climate Change
"Nina is sensational."
Association of Heads of Independent Schools of Australia
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