Category Archives: Antarctica
Today did not start well and I was not sure that I would have much to write about this evening. I did consider taking pictures of banoffee pie as the highlight of the day at one point. In the early … Continue reading
The RRS James Clark Ross is currently on science cruise JR274, Ocean Acidification, and will be spending the next few weeks sampling rather a lot of water. The above image is the proposed track for this cruise and at the … Continue reading
The JCR left the Falkland Islands at the end of March for the final Antarctic science cruise of the season, this time with oceanographers and geologists.
BAS cruise JR 275 departed the Falkland Islands on the James Clark Ross in early February and will sample the South Scotia Ridge, southern South Sandwich Islands and Weddell Sea before returning to Stanley in late March. This Antarctic research … Continue reading
RRS James Clark Ross Cruise JR244 to the southern Weddell Sea British Antarctic Survey scientists on this cruise are carrying out marine geological and geophysical studies to determine the long-term history of the Antarctic Ice Sheet and climate in the … Continue reading