tales from the other side of the world
All over and enjoying the African sun
Sunday, March 23, 2008
I am sitting in my hotel room in Cape Town right now, which is very nice (thanks NSF!). I am waiting for everyone to get together for some pre-dinner rooftop drinks, and thought this would be a
The ice edge and more
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Hi Everybody,
Sorry about both the delay between my emails (just realized it was about 2 weeks!) I always have so much to write because I forget to write more frequently, so be prepared for this
From the bottom of the world
Monday, February 25, 2008
Hi all,
I was going to wait and write this email once we had crossed the Antarctic Circle, and I was officially in Antarctic waters, but we had some technical delays yesterday which set us back
Week two update
Sunday, February 17, 2008
Hi everyone,
It's been a busy week, and I just realized the last time I wrote was over a week ago. Things have settled in quite a bit, and our sampling schedule has gotten a lot more spaced out.
CTD: Complete and Total Disaster
Saturday, February 9, 2008
Hi everybody.
So, I got some questions regarding the rosette that I was describing last time, and I thought I'd describe it in a bit more detail for everybody. The blog posting "T-minus 12 days"
For 43 days, I was onboard the R/V Roger Revelle, an oceanographic research vessel, traveling through the southern ocean. I was traveling with a group of scientists from FSU, Scripps Institute of Oceanography in La Jolla, CA, and others. Here, I have posted some accounts of my experiences at sea on the other side of the world. These blog entries are from a series of emails that I wrote to family and friends. Pictures shown in each entry are courtesy myself and Brett Longworth.