June 2008 Archives
Ice surface reflectivity results and a successful catch of Arctic cod larvae.
The icebreaker refuels and the researchers move their equipment ready for the move into open water.
Just one flight into my epic six-flight trip to join the Amundsen icebreaker in the Canadian Arctic and I had already seen a polar bear. Admittedly it was made of plastic and a little closer than I'd like to get to any real ones I come across during the next week, but I'm taking it as a good omen.
Research news straight from the Amundsen, a
Canadian icebreaker where scientists are investigating climate change in the
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