Monthly Archives: December 2012

Elephant seals 1 – 0 Humans

There are some unusual logistical challenges that we face in Antarctica. In a couple of days’ time our resupply vessel, the RRS James Clark Ross, is due to dock at Rothera and spend a hectic few days unloading a year’s … Continue reading

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Ice

It’s been 14 months since I arrived in Antarctica, and in that time I’ve seen a lot of ice. In fact, it’s hard to overstate how much ice I’ve seen. Lots. And I really mean that. Fortunately I haven’t (yet) … Continue reading

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Flying to the Larsen Ice Shelf

It seems to be a long time since I last wrote a blog entry. This is because the start of the summer is a hectic time for the comms team, who work hard to keep up with all of the … Continue reading

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