Refuge Emílio Goeldi
|Refuge Emílio Goeldi
Refúgio Emílio Goeldi
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Refuge Emílio Goeldi (Portuguese: Refúgio Emílio Goeldi) is a Brazilian Antarctic summer facility named after the Swiss-Brazilian naturalist and zoologist Émil Goeldi. Built in 1988, the structure is located on Elephant Island, South Shetland Islands, Antarctica.
The structure can accommodate up to 6 scientists for up to 40 days. and depends both logistically and administratively on Comandante Ferraz station. Together with Refuge Astronomer Cruls, located on the Nelson Island, constitute the basic infra-structure to support the Brazilian Antarctic Program in Antarctica.
- XXIII RAPAL (2002). Programa Antartico Brasileiro. Dirección Nacional del Antártico - Instituto Antártico Argentino. p. 3.
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