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STEM Education Blog: Nicole Trenholm- Field Scientist
Captain Matt and I are waiting out some stronger winds before heading back South to Sismut and finishing our work along the way. We are pretty comfortable on anchor hiding on the leeward side of Upernavik Island. Soon we will fuel up and get some food from a food market but we have to seek […]
Student Responses to Ships and Satellites Together Modeling World Ocean Salinity and Temperature
Expedition Blog: Matt Rutherford- Expedition Leader
Boats need attention. If you don’t give them the attention they think they deserve they get mad at you and start slowly committing suicide. It’s amazing how you can winterize a perfectly functioning boat, leave it for the winter, and come spring it seems like everything is broken. It’s understandable if your engine doesn’t start […]
It’s good to be back in Greenland. Last year we left Ault our 42 foot research schooner in Sisimiut which is just north of the Arctic Circle. Believe it or not with a population of 6,000 people Sisimiut is the second largest “city” in Greenland. Last year when we left Annapolis we weren’t planning on […]