Australian Antarctic Territory

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Australian Antarctic Territory

the area of Antarctica, other than Adélie Land, that is administered by Australia (claims are suspended under the Antarctic Treaty), lying south of latitude 60°S and between longitudes 45°E and 160°E
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21) In Australian Antarctica of the 1980s he discerned a profound failure of technical education, because he felt that technology had outstripped the politics that had given it birth and had become disconnected from its environmental and social consequences.
Stephen Murray-Smith, Sitting on Penguins: people and politics in Australian Antarctica, Surry Hills, NSW: Hutchinson, 1988, pp.

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