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Sonja Murto rapporterar från Arktisexpeditionen

Sonja Murto, doktorand vid MISU, rapporterar från sitt forskningsarbete i Arktis.

North Pole celebrations for the SAS Polar expedition on icebreaker Oden summer 2021

People dancing lindy-hop on the ice. Photo: Hans-Jörgen Hansen
North Pole lindy-hop performance. Photo: Hans-Jörgen Hansen

One of the best days of my life!

Scientists retrieving fish traps on the ice in the Arctic. Photo: Sonja Murto
Retrieving fish traps on the ice, while gas-flux chamber measurements proceed on the ice beside the helicopter. Photo: Sonja Murto

Ice Station Q - 50 km from Greenland on Saturday 4 September

View of the ocean, with open water and sea ice covered with meltpond.Photo: Sonja Murto
View of the ocean, with open water and sea ice covered with meltponds, with Greenland just barely visible at the horizon. Note the mast at the bow of Oden, where the surface flux instruments are located. Photo: Sonja Murto

Friday 10/9 - Last ice station and evening visitor(s)

Polar bear on ice with frozen melt ponds and sunset. Photo: Sonja Murto
Polar bear on ice with frozen melt ponds and sunset; can it me more beautiful? Photo: Sonja Murto