Field gallery



Taking on new projects is always fun. In the 2017 field season my team and I went to the Arctic coast, outer Mackenzie Delta, to sample ice wedges. Ice wedges offer a unique archive for winter precipitation, and the hydrogen or oxygen isotopic composition of this water can be used to estimate past winter temperatures.

The 2015 fieldseason was simply awesome, for the science, the sites and the great team I had to work with. We focused our efforts on tree coring and permafrost coring in central and northern Yukon. This video gives you a sample of what we accomplished. Enjoy.