Useful Links



Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office: Main government department responsible for overseeing the British Overseas Territories (inc. South Georgia). You can find out more about their policy and environmental statements from their website.


British Antarctic Survey: British Antarctic Survey, who operate two research stations on South Georgia, and have a long history and involvement with the Island. Their help and assistance has been invaluable in bringing about this site.


The South Georgia Heritage Trust: a charity based in Scotland that runs the South Georgia Museum


South Georgia Association: UK based interest group.


Scott Polar Research Institute


Falklands Islands Government


Falkland Islands News Network: For the latest from Port Stanley


International Polar Heritage Committee: The International Polar Heritage Committee (IPHC) is a resource of information on matters related to the human heritage of Arctic and Antarctic regions.




IAATO: International Association of Antarctic Travel Operators. A member organization founded in 1991 to advocate, promote and practice safe and environmentally responsible private-sector travel to the Antarctic.




National Oceanography Centre, University of Southampton.


The South Georgia Geographic Information System: The South Georgia Geographic Information System (SGGIS) enables researchers and the public to see the islands' environmental landscape in a completely new way and will help to manage and protect the abundant wildlife that lives there, such as the wandering albatross.


South Georgia Cetacean Sighting: A South Georgia Cetacean Sightings (1991-2011) map can now be viewed on the SGHT site.


South Georgia Surveys: South Georgia Surveys is an independent research organisation that works to protect native wildlife and habitats at South Georgia and the Falkland Islands through annual surveys of seabirds, vegetation and non-native species, and by carrying rat eradication operations.


Falklands Island Conservation: Falklands Island Conservation - This superb group are really dedicated to preserving the environment in the Falklands, as well as providing useful expertise and support towards conservation on South Georgia.


British Geological Survey


Geographical Magazine


Royal Scottish Geographical Society


Sea Mammal Research Unit: Originally located with BAS in Cambridge - now located in St Andrews.


Royal Society for the Protection of Birds


French National Sea Experience Center: Entirely dedicated to the relationship between Mankind and the Sea.


The Proudman Oceanographic Laboratory (POL)


The Centre for Remote Environments: The Centre for Remote Environment (CRE) is a research and consultancy group based within the College of Art, Science and Engineering at the University of Dundee and encompasses Project Atlantis, a group based in Dundee created to provide environmental educational resources through digital media.