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PolarTREC is an educational research experience in which K-12 teachers participate in arctic research, working closely with scientists, as a pathway to improving science education. PolarTREC podcasts feature the teachers and researchers and describe their science activities and adventures in various parts of the Arctic and Antarctic regions.
 
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An introductory podcast from Michele Cross discussing podcasting and her upcoming journey to Antarctica as part of the Antarctic Undersea ROV 2009 PolarTREC expedition.
 
PolarTREC teacher Robin Ellwood interviews graduate student Annika Taylor about her research interests in Antarctica and her feelings about heading out to "Happy Camper School." This is the field safety training that is required of all Antarctic research participants who will be traveling away from McMurdo Station.…
 
The Svalbard REU students' recommendations for High Arctic clothing.
 
Soil cores are processed in order to determine the amount of nitrogen, carbon and phosphorus available to plants. The samples in this video were obtained on July 6, 2008 from a June, 2004 tundra-burn site. The soil extractor works with vacuum pressure to remove soil and salt particulates, leaving behind the clear solution for testing.…
 
One of 5 festivals that will be held this summer. Whale Crew members host these festivals in honor of the whale that they are so grateful for. There is much cheering and singing as the crew members serve their community whale, pie and beverages. They evening continues with the traditional Blanket Toss and ends with Inupait Dancing.…
 
PolarTREC teacher Elizabeth Eubanks has been preparing for her up coming trip to Barrow, Alaska. She was recently surprised by a radio announcement she was not expecting.
 
Why would Mrs. Ward go to Fairbanks Alaska during March Madness? Why would she head north to the cold when the south is warming up for spring? Herein lies the answer, and it may surprise you...
 
Craig Kasemodel, PolarTREC teacher for the Bering Sea Ecosystem Change Study, March 2008, invites you to listen in and join his adventure aboard the USCGC Healy in the Bering Sea!
 
This podcasts introduces me (Robin) as a teacher in the PolarTREC program that will be joining Dr. Peter Doran in the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica. A brief introduction to Dr. Doran's research is included as well as some information about what type of data he hopes to collect and how the samples are collected.…
 
A short audio welcome message from Jeff Peneston, PolarTREC teacher who will be aboard the Swedish icebreaker Oden.
 
After visiting the Clay Street Historical Cemetery in Fairbanks, AK, Frank explains what he discovered and what he hopes to be able to do next.
 
This podcast is a brief introduction of my expedition this fall to Antarctica. It introduces me, my PI, and the expedition.
 
Craig Beals introduces the PolarTREC Greenland Atmospheric Studies expedition to Summit Greenland.
 
An introduction to the Kuril Islands expedition and an update from PolarTREC teacher Misty Nikula who is currently in field.
 
PolarTREC is an educational research experience in which K-12 teachers participate in arctic research, working closely with scientists, as a pathway to improving science education. PolarTREC podcasts feature the teachers and researchers and describe their science activities and adventures in various parts of the Arctic and Antarctic regions.…
 
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