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Expedition Reports

What are the scientists doing in Antarctica? How high are the waves and what is the most recent discovery that Polarstern has made? How much ozone is there above the Arctic?

These and other questions are answered in the variety of expedition reports, that our stations, ships, and other expeditions create during their voyages in the polar regions.

Read here…


 
 

In the AWI-Eisblog glaciologists of the Alfred Wegener Institute write about current research projects in the field, in labs and also a the desk in German.


 
 
Dallmann-Labor, King George Island, Photo: Joachim Plötz

... a blog from an expedition into Antarctica: IMCOAST investigates the impact of climate induced glacial melting on marine coastal ecosystems at King George Island (South Shetland Islands, Western Antarctic Peninsula). This international research programme features a multidisciplinary approach involving geological, biological and meteorological sciences, field investigations, remote sensing and modeling. You can follow the scientists on their expedition into Antarctica and get insights into their exciting work via the IMCOAST Science Blog.


 

...the station news from the Samoylov Station and the New Siberian Islands. (Only available in German language. Click on the button of the upper right site.)


 

...the AtkaXpress from the Neumayer Station (Only available in German language. Click on the button of the upper right site.)


 

...reports from the building site of the future antartic research station Neumayer-StationIII (Only available in German language. Click on the button of the upper right site.)


 
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