Blog: Gulf of Mexico Cruise, 2020

Every year, the mighty Mississippi river and its distributaries carry vast amounts of sediments and nutrients into the northern Gulf of Mexico, impacting the chemistry and biology in the

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Drilling to the bottom of Greenland

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.

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NESSC in the field: Siberia

Even during summer, NESSC-scientists stay busy! Researcher Joshua Dean is currently on fieldwork in the Siberian Arctic tundra, collecting water samples. There certainly has been no shortage of water this

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Drilling in Lake Challa underway

NESSC-researchers Loes van Bree and Francien Peterse are currently working around the clock as part of the ICDP drilling expedition at the crater lake Challa, situated at the foot of

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Down the Belaya River

This summer, NESSC colleague Margot Cramwinckel took off on a one-week field work to the southern part of Russia, north of Georgia. “Together with researchers of the Paleomagnetic Laboratory

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