EML goes Arctic!

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My last post was all about the distances that I'd travelled being an oceanographer.
Well, I've now left the lab in Maine, and I'm on a research cruise in the Bering
Sea. We left Dutch Harbor (of Deadliest Catch fame) on the 16th July, and we'll be
out here for a month. Dutch is very much like Portland - a working waterfront, heavy
on the fishing. The big difference, apart from the cold, is that they don't really
have any seagulls. They have things a lot bigger...

Arctic blog 1.jpgI'll post later with some details about what the hell I'm doing up here, and also to
put more cool pictures up.

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