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Arctic Research — Here We Come!

For those who followed us on our Antarctic Expedition, we are off on another adventure and invite you to come along... The countdown and preparation begins! We are getting

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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

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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