This week Open Access Government published the third in a series of articles I have written about Arctic science. The first showed why it is critical to understand the past, present and future of the Arctic; the second examined AI and machine learning and their potential to help us to understand and predict Arctic change, … Continue reading We all foot the bill for a warmer Arctic
I recently published an article in French pop-sci magazine La Recherche about the wondrous microbial ecosystems on glaciers and ice sheets (here for French speakers). For those English speakers who do not subscribe to la Recherche, here is a translation. Also, I strongly recommend the excellent translator who worked on this article with me - … Continue reading La Recherche Article: The microbes accelerating glacier melting
The Year 6 Students at St Laurence Junior School in Ramsgate are lucky enough to be studying "Extreme Earth", so I visited to talk about Earth's extreme cold. Two of the students wrote a report about it here. We talked about different types of ice (ice sheets, glaciers and sea ice), climate change and how/why … Continue reading Q&A: St Laurence Jr School, Ramsgate
Arriving in balmy Royan (France) straight from a frosty ice camp in Greenland was a welcome shock to the system. The small seaside town was home to a five day celebration of geographical and intellectual exploration - the Festival des Nouvelles Explorations. I had the pleasure of talking about icy science on Thursday afternoon and … Continue reading Nouvelles Explorations Festival, Royan
I had the pleasure of talking to science journalist Rhiannon Russell about life on ice, and she wrote an article about it... Link here This follows on from another article on the same site by Black and Bloom PI Martyn Tranter, link here Thanks Rhiannon!