A fully loaded Twin Otter
Craig Stevens, Giannetta Fusco, Giorgio Budillon and Brett Grant at the Mario Zuchelli Station twin otter landing field.
Sea Ice breaking up
Brett Grant mounting the delicate turbulence sensors prior to deploying the profiler down the hydrohole at the South Drygalski station.
Mount Melbourne from Mario Zuchelli Station
Tethies Bay very near to Mario Zuchelli Station.
Brett Grant sets up the turbulence profiler at the South Drygalski sea ice camp with Italian colleague Giannetta Fusco in the background.
Helicopters NZ helo departing the south Drygalski camp based around the Endura tent over a sea ice hydrohole.
Flying along the face of the Nansen Ice Shelf.
Dust trap recovery - inter-event support. Recovering dust traps deployed earlier in the season by a Victoria University event.
Antarctic sea ice
The Erebus Glacier Tongue - location of the 2010 field experiment.
Sampling around a grounded iceberg - Craig Stevens seen here deploying a SCAMP microprofiler from the Italian vessel The Skua.
Principal Investigator Craig Stevens identifying the hydrohole
Craig Stevens and Bob McElihnney checking the sling-load releases on the Helicopters NZ vehicle.
Profiling the ocean beneath the sea ice from the back of a Hagglunds
Preparing to release NIWA's new Vertical Microstructure Profiler - its first deployment in polar waters
Deploying oceanographic instruments with a typical field site set-up
Preparing the RDCP for deployment
Collecting water samples from 200m depth at the final oceanographic station
Using the jiffy to drill through sea ice and access the ocean beneath
The influence of the Drygalski Ice Tongue on the local ocean
Cross-disciplinarity in the advance of Antarctic ecosystem r
Flow and mixing near a glacier tongue: A pilot study
Brief communication: 'The 2013 Erebus glacier tongue calving
The influence of an Antarctic glacier tongue on near-field o
Evolution of a supercooled Ice Shelf Water plume with an act
Observations of amplified roughness from crystal accretion i
Biology of Salpa thompsoni in waters adjacent to the Ross Se
Combined art and science as a communication pathway in a pri
Turbulent heat transfer as a control of platelet ice growth
The seasonal appearance of ice shelf water in coastal Antarc
Did dilution limit the phytoplankton response to iron additi
Observed platelet ice distributions in Antarctic sea ice: An
Extension of an Ice Shelf Water plume model beneath sea ice
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