Geolocation Journeys is a positive initiative that brings together artists and scientists to create unique artworks and raise funds to support important research. The contribution of tracking devices and data by collaborating scientists is welcomed. All tracking devices and data are only used in artworks to support further research.
Send your old tracking devices to:
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies University of Tasmania
20 Castray Esplanade
Battery Point, Tasmania, Australia 7004
So far Geolocation Journeys has supported many different Southern Ocean and Antarctic research projects with new tracking devices. Please contact us if you are interested in developing an ongoing collaboration.
Upload your tracking data:
Accepts .xls or .xlsx file types only. Please include the the following headers in your data: tag_id, date, lat, lon.
We would love to see some pictures of your work. Please consider contributing some images of your study species or research in action.