Picture Gallery

Welcome to Antarctica!
Welcome to Antarctica!

The team exits their flight to the Troll Station.

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Troll Station
Troll Station

A distance photo of the team's first stop in Antarctica.

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Happy Holidays!
Happy Holidays!

The team poses for a picture at the Troll Station in Antarctica.

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Troll Station Sleeping Quarters
Troll Station Sleeping Quarters

Not sure their mothers would be too happy about the state of these rooms!

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Getting off the Ship
Getting off the Ship

The team being hoisted from the ship back onto the ice.

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Packing the Modules
Packing the Modules

To get everything they need across the ice, the team packs large blue modules that will be pulled behind them on the jet skis.

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Riding to SANAE
Riding to SANAE

After exiting the ship, the team drives across the ice to the South African research station.

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Lunchbreak
Lunchbreak

Sarah and Jenny take a break during their long drive from the ship to SANAE.

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Eating on the Ice
Eating on the Ice

The team poses for a picture during a meal.

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Sleeping Modules
Sleeping Modules

An inside look at the sleeping modules the team brought across the ice to SANAE.

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Outside the SANAE Station
Outside the SANAE Station

The view the team has from their SANAE Station in Antarctica.

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Taking Erratic Samples
Taking Erratic Samples

One of the team members collected samples of an erratic in the field.

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Erratic
Erratic

Erratics are stones carried by ice and placed on different bedrocks. This helps us identify where ice change has occurred.

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Glunch
Glunch

Even our hardworking team needs to make sure they are getting all the right nutrients! Pictured: Calle and Andreas

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Looking for Samples
Looking for Samples

The team looking for evidence of ice change on a mountaintop nunatak.

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Striations
Striations

Another kind of evidence of ice change are striations. These markings are like glacier footprints, made by ice moving over the rock.

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Taking Notes
Taking Notes

A good scientist is always taking detailed observational notes!

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Ice Stream
Ice Stream

Like what you might imagine of a regular stream, an ice stream is moving ice "flowing" faster than the ice around it.

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