Information on all the Antarctic Bases, Stations, Field Camps and Refuges. Some of them are occupied year round and some only during the summer periods. Some might only be used for a short period only. Included are also those that are situated on the Islands surrounding the continent itself. There are over 100 Bases, Stations, Field Camps and Refuges in Antarctica belonging to a great variety of nations. Most bases are owned, operated and staffed by a single country, however, there are some stations that are shared between 2 or more countries. Closed down Bases, Stations, Field Camps and Refuges are also included in this list.

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Antarctic Stations

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Amundsen Scott (USA): -90.000000, 0.000000
Palmer Station: -64.774274, -64.052922
McMurdo Station: -77.850000, 166.666667
Byrd Service Camp: -80.010000, 119.320000
SANAP: -72.600000, 2.800000
Almirante Brown (Argentina): -64.895387, -62.870593
Artigas (Uruguay): -58.861670, -62.175000
Presidente Eduardo Frei Montalva (Chile): -58.978330, -62.195000
Belgrano II (Argentina): -77.874068, -34.626567
Bellingshausen (Russia): -62.192420, -58.937647
Captain Arturo Prat Base (Chile): -59.683330, -62.500000
Casey Station (Australia): -66.281700, 110.524400
Comandante Ferraz (Brazil)]: -62.086546, -58.393262
Concordia Station (France & Italy): -75.100000, 123.333333
Dakshin Gangotri Station (India): -70.750000, 11.766670
Davis Station (Australia): -68.576247, 77.969624
Dome Fuji Station (Japan): -77.316667, 39.700000
Dumont d\'Urville Station (France): -66.666670, 140.000000
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Amundsen Scott (USA)
Amundsen-Scott Station (USA)
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Palmer Station
Palmer Station
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McMurdo Station
McMurdo Station
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Byrd Service Camp
Byrd Service Camp
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SANAP
SANAP
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Almirante Brown (Argentina)
Almirante Brown (Argentina)
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Artigas (Uruguay)
Artigas (Uruguay)
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Presidente Eduardo Frei Montalva (Chile)
Presidente Eduardo Frei Montalva (Chile)
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Belgrano II (Argentina)
Belgrano II (Argentina)
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Bellingshausen (Russia)
Bellingshausen Station (Russia)
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Captain Arturo Prat Base (Chile)
Captain Arturo Prat Base (Chile)
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Casey Station (Australia)
Casey Station (Australia)
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Comandante Ferraz (Brazil)]
Comandante Ferraz (Brazil)]
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Concordia Station (France & Italy)
Concordia Station (France & Italy)
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Dakshin Gangotri Station (India)
Dakshin Gangotri Station (India)
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Davis Station (Australia)
Davis Station (Australia)
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Dome Fuji Station (Japan)
Dome Fuji Station (Japan)
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Dumont d'Urville Station (France)
Dumont d'Urville Station (France)

Sections.

  • Amundsen-Scott Station (USA)
    Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station is situated at the geographic South Pole and named after the two famous explorers that raced to become first to the South Pole.
  • Byrd Service Camp (USA)
  • McMurdo Station (USA)
    McMurdo is Antarctica's largest station and situated in McMurdo Sound, close to where Sir Robert Scott build his "Discovery Hut".
  • Palmer Station (USA)
    Palmer Station (USA) is situated nn the southwestern coast of Anvers Island, in the Antarctic Peninsula, north of the Antarctic Circle.
  • SANAP (RSA)
    SANAP is the South African research station in Antarctica.