Ahoy! It has been over 18 months since my last post and—not coincidentally—over 18 months since I last did anything … Continue reading Setting sail for Greenland
Rocks: collected (300 kg). Weather: warm (-3 to +5 °C). Incidents: sprained ankle, thawing camp site, moisturiser mistaken for toothpaste, poor … Continue reading Mawson Glacier: beautiful and balmy
It has been nearly two years since my expedition to Mackay Glacier in the Transantarctic Mountains. Following a lot of … Continue reading Research shows reality of runaway ice loss in Antarctica
‘Climate science’, ‘climate change’, ‘global warming’, these are all phrases used by the media, by the public and by scientists. … Continue reading Climate Science – a new film and a new website
A fairly busy last few months has involved proposal writing, lab work, seminar presenting and even some fieldwork, this time … Continue reading Glacier detectives
Time-lapse may not be the most complex of visual capture techniques in this digital age, but it does effectively highlight … Continue reading Time lapse revealing the behaviour of glaciers
It’s often helpful, if you’re willing to follow someone’s published thoughts and adventures, to understand what they actually do and … Continue reading “Why do you get to go to Antarctica?” FAQ time.