Cool Resources to check out
If you have questions on anything, I can talk your ear off about them.
University of Canterbury - Gateway Antarctica. The offer the Post Graduate Certificate in Antarctic Studies. This program kick started my polar career in 2008. They also offer a lot of cool Resources.
Students On Ice is the worlds greatest classroom sailing students to the polar regions. I participated for the first time on the 2018 Arctic Expedition.
PolarTREC sends teachers to the Polar regions as scientists in fully funded positions. Applications close Sept 24th for the 2019-2020 season.
Juneau Icefield Research Program is an amazing program that I was a field safety officer for in 2013.
Polar Educators International is a great international organization...remember I'm a Council member.
IceCube...as in the Neutrino Observatory. I completed my masters studying flasher data in 2011.
The Explorers Club has a long history of exploration since it started in 1904, as a member since 2010 I have been part of the Next Generation of Explorers.
Council of Members of National Antarctic Program (COMNAP) sets best practices and handbooks for the National Antarctic Programs.
The Antarctic Sun web site is the official online news site for the United States Antarctic Program. The site provides news articles and features about polar science and life in the Antarctic.
International Association of Antarctic Tour Operators (IAATO) helps to regulate the tourism industry.
Antarctic Treaty Secretary where you can find a copy of the Antarctic Treaty.
The New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust (NZAHT) helps to preserve the huts around the Ross Sea Region. They also have an amazing Inspiring Explorers program.
The New Zealand Antarctic Society (NZAS) has international Members to keep in touch about everything Antarctic.
The Antarctic Heritage Trust Conserves, shares and encourages the spirit of Exploration through their expeditions and restoration work of the Historic Antarctic Explorer huts and artifacts.