From November 2008, the Princess Elisabeth station will provide the necessary services and facilities to efficiently support international scientific research in the Sor Rondane area. From November to December 2008, Professors Frank Pattyn and Jean Louis-Tison from the Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB) will lead the first international scientific expedition at the station, and carry out an investigation of the Gunnestadbreen Glacier hinge zone where the continent meets the ice shelf. The research team will include researchers from the ULB, the University of Washington (USA), and the University of Aberystwyth (UK). They will concentrate on glacial grounding lines within the context of a much larger project focusing on Antarctic subglacial processes, the IPY project SALE (Subglacial Antarctic Lake Environment).
at Tuesday, February 24, 2009, Princess Elisabeth Antarctica First "Zero Emission" Research Station, Feb 2009
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