Monthly Archives: October 2014

So you wanna be an Arctic scientist?

  “Ablutions were outstanding. I cannot think of a finer indicator of esteem in our field than being able to note you’ve brushed your teeth in a cryoconite hole.” Author’s email to collaborator describing life in a field camp, August … Continue reading

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Arctic2014

We’re still processing thousands of samples and recovering from our “cryo monster tour” or “fieldwork marathon” as others have described our summer’s projects across the Arctic and Alps. It’s won awards and for once, not just for most airline coffee consumed, … Continue reading

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