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Saturday, 4 July 2009

The end of CAS

My involvement in the Catlin Arctic Survey has to come the end. After going in to advise about a webcasting system, I then became the Science Project Co-ordinator, and just before the end, because it’s all been such a success, I decided to give myself a promotion to the Science Project Director.

I got the opportunity to meet and learn from the worlds leading sea ice scientists.

I’ve now facilitated ongoing development of the data collected by the survey by Cambridge University, in collaboration with WWF, and after this Biotruck Expedition I hope to go back to the join the team.

I’ve never had the opportunity to work with such a bright, motivated and talented team as Simon, Chip, Dom, Becks, and Gaby, and I really want to go back to working with them when I return to the UK.

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