This week, a huge number of polar scientists across many disciplines have descended on Davos, Switzerland to attend the #Polar 2018 joint SCAR/IASC (Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research/International Arctic Science Committee) conference. It's the first time in many years where scientists working on polar science at opposite ends of the earth have been able to … Continue reading Dispatches from Davos
New video out now on YouTube.
You can also read this on the BAS website. Wow, time has really flown by. We’ve finished this season’s MASIN flying campaign and the rest of the team are leaving today to head back to the UK. Meanwhile, I’m staying at Rothera for another ten days to help with meteorological (met) observations, which are vital for … Continue reading BAS blog III: Time flies
The latest: fitting the plane ready for test flights.
Leaving on a jet plane...
This episode, we talk about using aircraft in atmospheric research.
The mega-berg has calved!
A new fork has appeared, almost overnight, in the crack on Larsen C. Could this mean the iceberg-to-be is going to break off any day now?