No fieldwork today. 25 m/s wind at our field site, rain and high waves prevent us from going out. Luckily we got our sea water sampling and CTD profiling done yesterday. Even got to meet some local wildlife hanging out at the glacier front. Probably… Read More »Meet the local wildlife
Heavy fog is effectly forcing us to stay in town today. Moving in and out, making it hard to see even the houses in town. Well good time to sort through some pictures. Here is another one from fools going for a glacier swim.
George trying to run for the glaciologist of the month calendar. I feel very proud to call myself a doctor in nature sciences, having earned a degree for running around and making a fool of myself on glaciers. Now that I’m a professional glaciologist, I… Read More »Glaciologist of the month
May I present: The glacier hovercraft. Patent pending. Our long discussion solution which ended up working absolutely amazing. We felt like big idiots walking up the glacier with that thing, but it turned out marvelous on the way down. Far too much water up there… Read More »The glacier hovercraft