As we entered the second week, everyone was looking forward to getting to the Greenland coast and to the front … Continue reading Winter is Coming
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
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.