Jan, who has worked in the Arctic for decades, talks about the beautiful music of the Arctic, the miraculous sounds of walking on snow, and the sounds of wolves singing to each other
Measuring the Heat Conductivity of Snow, and studying the complex effects of snow, just how good an insulator snow is
Florent studies snow physics and snow chemistry, as related to climate change and polar atmospheric chemistry
Florent Domine talks passionately about why the Arctic is so important as a part of the planet and as a place for further study
Florent tells some rather incredible tales of how to determine if a polar bear in Norway’s Arctic regions will be dangerous or not.
Frank Flocke of NCAR talks about the instrument modules collecting the purest Arctic air atmospheric scientists can collect for chemical and physical analysis
Hajo Eicken studies ice changes in different parts of the Arctic over decades. He studies how expansive ice is, how thick it is and how good it is at reflecting light (its albedo). He also relates his studies to how Native people are using the ice.
Dr. Grannas brings us into her lab.