Follow my Antarctic Field Trip Blog!

In a few weeks I have the honor to participate a research field trip to Antarctica. Here I want to keep you posted about the what, why and how.

Antarctica is the most remote and isolated continent on this planet, but also – or just because of that – hosts many secrets for scientists to be explored. However, even for a scientist like me who works since several years with ice samples from Antarctica, it is not a matter of course to set a foot on this remote piece of land. In a few weeks I have the honor to go on an Antarctic field trip and join an US based research group to retrieve my first polar ice samples. With my blog ‘climatescientistblog.info’ I will try to keep you posted about the what, why and how of this work. Happy reading!

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