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NSF-Funded Researcher James McClintock Discusses With NPR Host Changes at NSF's Palmer Station Mar 14, 2017

NSF-Funded Researcher James McClintock Discusses With NPR Host Changes at NSF's Palmer Station

James. B. McClintock, a researcher at UAB - The University of Alabama at Birmingham, was interviewed by NPR's David Greene this morning about changes he has seen over the years Palmer Station on the #Antarctic Peninsula.


Ecological Society of America Honors Antarctic Researcher Diana Wall Mar 14, 2017

Ecological Society of America Honors Antarctic Researcher Diana Wall

Diana Wall, the founding director of the Colorado State University's School of Global Environmental Sustainability and a longtime researcher with the #NSFfunded McMurdo Long Term Ecological Research site (LTER), has been named the recipient of the Ecological Society of America's Eminent Ecologist Award.


Pioneering Women in Antarctica Mar 6, 2017

Pioneering Women in Antarctica

In commemoration of Women's History Month, which began March 1, an image of the first all-woman Antarctic science team, from The Ohio State University, in Christchurch, New Zealand, en route to Antarctica in 1969.


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