Concerns about environmental damage and Australia will shut down in recent 70 years in Macquarie Isl-footman

Concerns about environmental damage and Australia will shut down in recent 70 years in Macquarie Island station in September 14, according to Australian news report, due to concerns about damage, aging infrastructure and other factors on the local environment, the Australian Antarctic Department (AAD) in 13, announced that it will close in Macquarie Island (Macquarie Island) permanent station. It is reported that the station has been established for nearly 70 years. AAD said in a statement, according to an independent survey, Macquarie Island’s animal and plant growth environment and safety, water poured into the threat is increasing, so, AAD decided to close the Macquarie Island station. It is understood that Macquarie Island is located between Australia and Antarctica, is the most southern of the world’s natural heritage, but also Wang Qie (Royal Penguin) and other animals the only breeding ground. AAD said in a statement, "close the permanent station to the maximum extent to reduce the human impact on Macquarie Island. In the human withdrawal at the same time, will be introduced to remove all animal species, including cats, rabbits and mice." AAD director Gailes (Nick Gales) admitted that some scientists will be disappointed, but he said that future research will focus on the continent of Australia and the other three station. Gailes said, although the research work in Macquarie Island will be affected, but we will retain 6 existing laboratories here, the future we still have the opportunity to give priority to study here." Editor: Liu Xu相关的主题文章: