SeaFET data published and preparations for 2011 field season
Our first publication from this current project! and last chances for gourmet eats before deployment.
Bravo-134 has published its first paper from the current project! An overview of the SeaFET data was published in Antarctic Science:
Matson, P.G., T.R. Martz and G.E. Hofmann (2011-online advance publication) High frequency observations of pH under Antarctic sea ice in the southern Ross Sea. Antarctic Science. doi:10.1017/S0954102011000551
We are busy doing last minute purchases and preparation for our upcoming trip. Some of us are loading up on our favorite eats before our long sojourn in the McMurdo cafeteria. In particular, Paul and I (being the California natives that we are) have been gorging ourselves on regional Asian cuisine (dim sum, Vietnamese food, Korean BBQ, dry sauteed string beans...), and I've been eating Persian feasts and obscure cheeses at home. Not that we don't love the cook staff on the ice, but it'll be a while before I get to stuff my face with home-cooked vegetarian gheimeh.