April 25, 2016

Arctic photos are now online

It's been a while since I've posted, mainly because I haven't been in the Arctic in the past 6 months, but also because I've been busy preparing myself for my last year in grad school. I may not have written about the Arctic in a while, but I haaaaave been going through a lot of great photos from the Arctic! After going through thousands of files, I've picked out 58 photos that I thought were the best photos taken by the Cory Mendenhall and myself, along with a few other complementary photos. Despite my lack of blog posts, I have been keeping up with my Twitter and Instagram accounts, so if you'd like to get info on things related to my research you can follow my tweets here @arctic_andy, or receive Instagram photos from life in Miami, research and travel here @armargolin.

A photo "advertisement" that I made. Since Instagram does not allow links, I included the full URL to the photo page, it's URL shortened by Google and a QR scanner code to give people easy access. The link can also be accessed by going to my Instagram profile, and youuuuu can access it from the link I included below!
Hopefully by the end of summer I'll be done with a few videos from the Arctic, and I'll be sure to do a blog post then in case there are still people who get the emails and are interested to learn about the new media I post. Also, hopefully I'll have some results from the dissolved organic carbon samples (DOC) that I collected, but so far, they have not been analyzed yet. If you would like to learn more about how the Arctic has changed since I was last up there, I updated the Arctic News tab, which now includes a NASA video from September 18, 2015 about last year's minimum Arctic sea ice extent, along with a NOAA's annual Arctic Report Card video for 2015. There are also a lot of new updates from the NSIDC, however, it looks like their satellite has been having some issues lately... Hopefully they fix it soon!

Anyway, before I forget, here's the link to my Arctic photo page:
margolab.com/multimedia/ARC01-GN01_photos.html. If you like those photos, you may also want to check out my multimedia page, which includes photos and videos from five cruises and other ocean science-related events. Here's that link: margolab.com/multimedia.html.

Don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions!