In Antarctica, Enough is Never Enough

Julian Spergel
December 16, 2017

Earth Institute | Columbia University

The goal of the Rosetta-Ice project was to use airplane-mounted sensors to create a 10-km resolution grid of geophysical measurements of the Ross Ice Shelf’s glaciology and geology. After three Antarctic field seasons, our mapping is finished.

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IcePod on Nansen Sled to transport between aircraft and fieldwork RAC tent on William's "Willy" Airfield. Photo: Susan Howard (ESR)