In his concluding situation report, Paul leaves it to others to judge whether Antarctic Quest 21 was a successful expedition. I’ll try to provide him with an answer for his Priority 3: Science
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Posted on January 22, 2022 by Dr Charlotte Braungardt
Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctic Quest 21, atmosphere, chemical analysis, climate change, cryosphere, discovery, Environment, food web, geochemical cycles, global cycles, hydrosphere, knowledge, lithosphere, metals, Microplastics, nutrients, Ocean Science, trace elements, UV
It was such fun to do this webinar for school kids from different ages and I was truly astonished what well-considered and pertinent questions I was asked. Well done, all of you! There was one question I couldn’t… Read More
Posted on January 14, 2022 by Dr Charlotte Braungardt
Antarctica, education, learning, resilience, Science
Antarctic Quest 21, atmosphere, carbon cycle, carbon pump, climate change, Environment, essential elements, expedition, food web, ice, ice balance, ice loss, isostatic rebound, metals, Microplastics, nutrients, ocean, Ocean Science, pollution, Shackleton, snow, Weddell Sea
At the pre-departure event of the Antarctic Quest 21 expedition, I had the pleasure of explaining the scientific projects to the gathering.
Posted on November 21, 2021 by Dr Charlotte Braungardt
Antarctica, education, learning, Science, Sustainability
Antarctic Quest 21, carbon pump, climate change, data, expedition, glacier, ice loss, isostatic rebound, metals, Microplastics, modelling, nutrients, ozone, pollution, satellite, sea-level rise, UV irradiation
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