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Norwegian-American Scientific Traverse of East Antarctica


About Us

We are a group of scientists from Norway and the United States undertaking one of the longest Antarctic traverses in order to pursue climate change research. We love science and we hope you do too!

Traverse LogoThis project is a part of the Trans-Antarctic Scientific Traverse Expeditions – Ice Divide of East Antarctica (TASTE-IDEA), and the International Partners in Ice Coring Sciences (IPICS), both highly international endeavors that have ISCU-WMO endorsement for the International Polar Year 2007-8.

27 October 2007, Saturday

Image: The traverse team at Troll Station. From left to right: Einar Johansen (Norway), Atsuhiro Muto (Japan/USA), Stein Tronstad (Norway), Glen Liston (USA), Stian Solbø (Norway), John Guldahl (Norway), Jan-Gunnar Winther (Norway), Tom Neumann (USA), Mary Albert (USA), Kjetil Bakkland (Norway), Helgard Anschütz (Germany/Norway), Lou Albershardt (USA), and Karsten Müller (Germany/Norway). (Click to enlarge.)

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