A message to let you know that Nick died on Thursday after a spending his final weeks in hospital.
British Antarctic Survey (BAS) has decided, for safety reasons, that it will close its Halley VI Research Station during the 2018 Antarctic winter. This will be the second time that the year-round operation of the station, which is located on a floating 150-m thick ice shelf, will be disrupted by a complex and unpredictable glaciological situation.
Club members might be interested in this terrific blog by Sarah Clark currently at Halley. She is posting a lot of great pictures of ‘Halloween Crack’ and it is a good way to keep up with what is going on at the research station at the moment.
British Antarctic Survey is getting ready to move its Halley VI Research Station 23 km across the ice. This is the first time that the station, which has a re-locatable design to cope with life on a floating ice shelf, has been moved since it was towed from its construction site to its present location in 2012.
The Marguerite Bay reunion 2016 is to be held at the Windermere Hydro w/e 28th Oct. Booking forms have already been sent out to all those on the database, but if anyone else is interested or has not received the forms please contact Allan Wearden on email@example.com or 01254 247541