The team exits their flight to the Troll Station.
A distance photo of the team's first stop in Antarctica.
The team poses for a picture at the Troll Station in Antarctica.
Not sure their mothers would be too happy about the state of these rooms!
The team being hoisted from the ship back onto the ice.
To get everything they need across the ice, the team packs large blue modules that will be pulled behind them on the jet skis.
After exiting the ship, the team drives across the ice to the South African research station.
Sarah and Jenny take a break during their long drive from the ship to SANAE.
The team poses for a picture during a meal.
An inside look at the sleeping modules the team brought across the ice to SANAE.
The view the team has from their SANAE Station in Antarctica.
One of the team members collected samples of an erratic in the field.
Erratics are stones carried by ice and placed on different bedrocks. This helps us identify where ice change has occurred.
Even our hardworking team needs to make sure they are getting all the right nutrients! Pictured: Calle and Andreas
The team looking for evidence of ice change on a mountaintop nunatak.
Another kind of evidence of ice change are striations. These markings are like glacier footprints, made by ice moving over the rock.
A good scientist is always taking detailed observational notes!
Like what you might imagine of a regular stream, an ice stream is moving ice "flowing" faster than the ice around it.