Monthly Archives: October 2016

Leaving on a Jet plane

Today we are heading South ! After some last minute preparation and saying goodbye to friends and family, I found a couple of hours sleep before our departure to Antarctica. The alarm rang at 7am, because our flight was delayed … Continue reading

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Transantarctic Ice Deflection Experiment – Darwin Glacier (79°53′ S 159°00′ E) Measuring tidal ice flexure in the grounding zone of an outlet glacier to constrain satellite-based modelling. Quantifying the Antarctic contribution to global sea-level rise requires detailed knowledge about the amount of … Continue reading

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