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Recounting the Secrets of Sea Ice

In December 2010, UofU professors Ken Golden and Cindy Furse, mathematics post-doc Joyce Lin and senior electrical engineering student David Lubbers travelled close to 9,000 miles to Antarctica


Math-Pedition Last Call

The math-pedition team is on its way home from Antarctica, and leader Ken Golden reflects on a job well-done, the view from the inside of a C-17 cargo plane

Mount Erebus, our resident volcano, towers above our camp on a sunny day yet disappears completely in the snow.  The summit elevation of Mount Erebus, is 12,448 ft (3,794 meters).  Photo credit: Cindy Furse

Fire and Ice

Antarctica in its spring time is a supremely beautiful, wild, rugged landscape.
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