However, our understanding of soil formation in East Antarctica changed with the publication of soil data from the Casey Station area, Wilkes Land (66 [degrees] 17'S, 111 [degrees] 32'E; Figs 1 and 2) (Blume and Bolter 1993).
The sites and soils are located south of the Australian Casey Station on Bailey Peninsula (66[degrees]17'S, 110[degrees]32'E) at Wilkes Land in coastal East Antarctica, about 700 m from the shore (Fig.
Proposals for a soil classification in Wilkes Land are summarised in Table 8.
Based on new findings in Wilkes Land near Casey Station (Blume and Bolter 1996; Blume et al.
A comparison of airborne alkaline pollution damage in selected lichens and mosses at Casey Station, Wilkes Land.