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Greenland Ice Sheet traverse team pinned down due to severe weather

I received a satellite phone call from Clement Miege (Geography Ph.D. student) with an update on the ACT Team status.  The temperatures started dropping and the winds picked

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So “Cool”! Track Students’ Greenland Progess in Real Time

 The 700 km (430 mile) snow mobile traverse of the Greenland Ice Sheet has begun for

Geography PhD student Clement Miege arrives on the Greenland Ice Sheet to start an NSF supported scientific expedition to measure snow accumulation rates.

Greenland Ice Sheet ‘Home’ for Two UofU Student Researchers

Two geography Ph.D. students, along with two other expedition members, were flown onto the Greenland Ice Sheet today to start a 700 km (430 mile) long scientific traverse

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