NESSC researcher Thomas Röckmann is writing a blog about the EGRIP field trip in Greenland. In this blog you can follow him and his work of the EGRIP expedition day by day. Click here to read the full blog, it will forward you to the website.
“Follow my field trip to Greenland. I will not visit the places that visitors of Greenland usually go to, but stay for about 3 weeks in a camp in the middle of the Greenland ice sheet. I will do this together with an international group of scientists as part of the East GReenland Ice coring Project (EGRIP). The main goal of the EGRIP project is to drill all the way to the bottom and recover the ice for analysis.”
Thomas Röckmann is NESSC researcher and Professor of Atmospheric physics and chemistry at Utrecht University