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Antarctica Science Program - The Impacts of Antarctic Snow Algae


Nature - All Nature

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About this Cruise

A project of Western Washington University, scientists will use a variety of methods to learn about snow algae and their impact on the regional climate and light levels. To maximize guest participation, researchers will develop an app for guests to submit information, like photos, GPS locations, and physical snow conditions.

We’re delighted to share an exciting Antarctica science season who can get onboard with researchers and scientists!

These trips are perfect for teachers, professors, researchers, and nature-focused groups, like bird-watchers, wildlife photographers, and conservationists.

From whale and ice seal observations to penguin counting and the overall impacts of Citizen Science, they’ll be able to participate, observe, and interact with hands-on projects on an expedition cruise to Antarctica. Our partners include ORCA, the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies/University of Tasmania (IMAS/UTAS), Penguinwatch, Western Washington University, and California Ocean Alliance.

MS Fram: Nov 24 – Dec 15, 2023

MS Roald Amundsen: Jan 8, 2024 – Feb 25, 2024

Sail Date(s):

Monday, Jan 8, 2024





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