Priscu and others recently released the 2016 environmental stewardship workshop report.
The fossil fuel signature could serve as an indicator of anthropogenic influences in Antarctic environments, which may continue to expand in the future Alia Khan and other researchers with the Dry Valleys LTER, argue
There is not much left to say. We are wrapping up another successful field/lab season. The sun is getting lower in the sky, sea ice is on the move and ships have been visiting McMurdo. Last weekend we had a Chinese icebreaker here and now a British Navy ship is right off shore.
Overview- We had a good week in McMurdo. The resupply ship headed north with our vessel cargo and the fuel tanker came in and is still here now. Planned redeployments were delayed mid-week because the vessel cargo personnel were top priority for northbound flights. There was also a bit of bad weather mid-week with high winds that interfered with Herc and Helo operations.
This update is a group effort, mostly put together by Diana, and sent by Kathy. Today is supposed to be Diana's last day as the MCM-LTER on ice POC.
Greetings from the Crary. Research is going full steam and the end of the season approaches, signaled by the arrival of the Coast Guard Ice Breaker.
Greetings again from Crary Lab on a Sunday afternoon. This week has been full of starts and stops with interruptions due to weather. Difficulties with the weather, and hence flying, have led to a less productive week in the field than the past two.
Colleagues and Team members,
Greetings from very snowy Mac-town. I hope that your new year's celebrations were enjoyable ones. From all the reviews, Ice Stock was a grand success here. All MCM-LTER personnel spent the weekend in town, and most expect to redeploy or day-trip to TV tomorrow, if the weather clears.
Diane McKnight gives a distinguished research lecture at CU on Oct-29-2015. There are only 4 of these this year, a great honor for Diane..
MCMLTER PI Adrian Howkins released a new book on the Environmental History of the Poles.
New study in the journal Geology involving Peter Doran and LTER collaborator Ian Hawes provides insight into the origin of photosynthesis and oxygen on early Earth