‘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
Having recently returned from the field, I thought I’d share some goings on from camping in Antarctica. Each of our … Continue reading Camp gossip
I’ve landed in Antarctica, albeit 2 days late, and it’s a very pleasant -3 degrees C (with wind chill)! It … Continue reading “There are no foreign lands. It is the traveller only who is foreign.”
Stage 1: Christchurch, the portal to Antarctica for the New Zealanders, Americans and Italians. Our team is reunited and we’ve … Continue reading I be clothed.
I’d just like to start with some words of Captain Robert Falcon Scott, recovered from his body 100 years ago. … Continue reading Field season 2012/13: Mackay Glacier, Antarctica.
Today, 1st December, is officially Antarctica Day! So I hope you’re dressed as penguins right now, munching iceberg lettuce at … Continue reading Antarctica Day!
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
Antarctica, a distant continent of extreme cold and ice, presents challenges to man’s ability to survive and scientific understanding. Recent … Continue reading Recognising Antarctic adventurers and scientists