When you’re a researcher, curiosity is step #1! In this case I hope my curiosity leads to a greater understanding of people and place and their connection to science and research. The Kangerlussuaq Museum boasts about the area’s history as a US military air base during WWII and the Cold War, a place for polar … Continue reading Who said curiosity killed the cat? Making connections in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland
Meals in Greenland have been interesting. I've eaten everything from Muskox, reindeer and wild salmon to peperoni pizza, burgers and chicken wings. This is a collection of the dining experience during my time in Greenland, as well as a few beers, wine, sodas, and other nick nacks.
We ended week 1 in Greenland with a geology lesson, camping, and hiking to a stunning waterfall. We visited briefly with Drs. Bruce Douglas and Mikki Osterloo to learn about their small part in a NASA project that seeks to determine if life once existed on Mars... yup that Mars (the Red planet). As I … Continue reading Rocks, Tents, and Waterfalls
About 81% of Greenland is covered by ice. I had the awesome opportunity to visit this vast wonder today with my colleagues. Below are a few pictures from the ice sheet, and of course I had to taste. #enjoyedit!