A slow morning while at anchor let us try our flying skills near this arched iceberg (near Tasiilaq, southeast Greenland), July 2017
Rough cut video of imagery and Dave's narration talking about the iceberg research done in the lab. This video was made for a new H2O exhibit at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History at the University of Oregon.
Field work near LeConte Glacier in May 2017, with colleagues from OSU, UW, and UTIG. Footage taken via drone and cameras. Research vessel was the MV Steller. The project was partially supported by the National Science Foundation.
Field work in Sermilik Fjord, southeast Greenland, in summer 2011. We were onboard the Viking Mads Alex, doing hydrography, ADCP, and mooring work, as well as some helicopter based surveys. This was work the summer before I started at UOregon with colleagues from WHOI.
Research cruise off the Arctic Sunrise, an icebreaker owned by Greenpeace International. We surveyed in Sermilik Fjord, Kangerlugssuaq Fjord, and the area around 79 N Glacier, before arriving in Svalbard, in summer 2009. An epic trip. Some photos from Nick Cobbing, http://nickcobbing.co.uk/
Keep your eyes on the Bell 212 helicopter as we zoom out. The helicopter is doing an XCTD cast in front of Helheim Glacier, southeast Greenland, amidst massive icebergs and fjord walls.
Movie by Twila Moon showing the terminus of LeConte Glacier and several instruments deployed during our NSF-funded project there (2015-present). Has narration!
Playing soccer in the cargo hold of the RRS James Clark Ross during a research cruise to the Irminger Sea in summer 2004. An intense game, including Kjetil Vage and Bob Pickart. The cruise was successful too.