I have introduced Andrew Smedley’s project, for which we will collect data on the intensity of ultraviolet light at the Earth’s surface while crossing the Antarctic Peninsula, on the Science Page of the Antarctic Quest 21 website. Here, in the first of the AQ21 Scientist series of publication digests, I am covering a different aspect of his work, which highlights his expertise in using solar irradiation data to understand the internal temperature profile of ice and in turn, processes that affect ice sheet near-surface melting or ice shelf crack formation. Read More


Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *