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Training Robots as Polar Explorers

5/31/2007 Engineers at the U.S. Army's Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) are studying how to use robots to assist in making scientific measurements in the Polar Regions. They have recorded a Greenland field test on video. More

Norwegian-U.S. Scientific Traverse of East Antarctica

4/10/2007 The East Antarctic ice sheet looms large in the global climate system, yet relatively little is known about its climate variability or the contribution it makes to sea-level changes. Two overland traverses: one from Norway's Troll Station to the U.S. South Pole station in 2007-2008; and a return trip by a different route in 2008-2009 will investigate climate change in the region. More

CRREL's Albert Discusses IPY on NPR's Science Friday

3/17/2007 Mary Albert, past chair of the U.S. National IPY Committee and senior research engineer at CRREL, was featured in a recent NPR broadcast. She joined Jody Deming, a member of the U.S. National Committee and a University of Washington researcher, and Polar explorer Will Steger. More