UBC EFM to continue work in Arctic Finland

UBC EFM to continue work in Arctic Finland In May-June 2013, UBC MASc. student Kelly Graves participated in the CONCUR field study at Lake Kilpisjärvi, Finland to investigate under-ice motion. In May 2014, Kelly will be returning to Lake Kilpisjärvi to participate in the LACUNA study to investigate the currents under-ice.
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Milne Ice Shelf

NEWS: CBC Radio interview UBC-EFM PhD Candidate Andrew Hamilton was interviewed by CBC Radio about recent changes taking place on northern Ellesmere Island. Follow the link below to view photos and listen to the interview. http://www.rcinet.ca/en/2013/08/09/eye-on-the-arctic-understanding-the-milne-ice-shelf/
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Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV)
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AUV deployed under ice island

NEWS: UBC researchers deploy undersea robot beneath an Arctic ice island A submersible robot operated by scientists at the University of British Columbia has boldly gone where very few others have gone before, probing uncharted depths below a massive floating ice island. More information here. Petermann Ice Island PII-B off the coast of Baffin Island. […]
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Research programs in EFM @ UBC
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Ejection of fluid from Holmboe wave

Ejection of fluid from Holmboe wave

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