On 20 September 2019, the German research icebreaker Polarstern left Tromsø, Norway, for what could be the biggest Arctic research expedition of all time. Once she reaches the destination, the ship and her crew will become trapped in the ice and spend an entire year drifting through the Arctic Ocean. (Full story on page 22)
Further stories include:
P. 19 - Mapping Submarine Groundwater Discharge with Thermal Infrared Imaging
P. 29 - Using USVs for Bathymetric Dam Imaging
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