2012-2013 Science Planning Summaries
U.S. Antarctic Program - Science Support Section United States Antarctic Program United States Antarctic Program Logo National Science Foundation Logo
 
Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) activities
 

Program Manager:
Ms. Margaret Knuth

T-940-M
NSF Agreement

ASC POC/Implementer:
Brian Johnson / John Rand

Ms. Renee Melendy (Principal Investigator)
Renee.D.Melendy@usace.army.mil

US Army Cold Regions Research & Engineering Lab
Hanover, New Hampshire

Supporting Stations:  McMurdo Station
Research Locations:  

Project Description:
The Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) activities encompass engineering and basic research in support of a variety of projects at both McMurdo and South Pole stations. At McMurdo Station, CRREL supports ground-penetrating radar (GPR) work with the South Pole Traverse (SPoT) and support for the McMurdo Station airfields. CRREL also provides general engineering analysis for projects at McMurdo and South Pole.

Field Season Overview:
Seven team members will deploy at various times, and to various locations throughout the season. They will use trucks, tracked vehicles and snowmobiles.

Deploying Team Members:

  • Russ Alger
  • Lynette Barna (Team Leader)
  • Robert Davis
  • Allan Delaney
  • Margaret Knuth (Co-PI)
  • Joel, Jr Kunnari
  • Kevin Wilson

Return to Science Planning Summary Indexes Return to top of page Print this Page

Project Indexes
Find information about current USAP projects using the principal investigator, event number station, and other indexes.
Project Search
Looking for a particular project? Search by project title, or project team member here.
2012-2013 Field Season other information: Station Schedules Air Operations Staffed Field Camps Event Numbering System
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Plus Share This Site on Pinterest Subscribe to USAP RSS Feeds Share Via Email
Curator: Esther L. Hill PhD, Antarctic Support Contract   |   NSF Official: Alexandra Isern, Office of Polar Programs