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Ice Core Research and Climate Change Models

Professors Chris Fogwill and Chris Turney are in the news again, with a new study that highlights the crucial role that Antarctic sea ice plays in controlling global CO² levels. ARC Linkage Research Project ALE has a long association with the duo, providing logistic and financial support for fieldwork focused on changes in ice sheet [...]

2019 Antarctic Merchandise

Posted  12/11/19 in Camp Services, General Interest

Check out our new assortment of Antarctic merchandise for the 2019 season! These one of a kind keepsakes are exclusively sold at ALE’s Union Glacier Camp, so if you’re lucky enough to receive one, you’ll know it came all the way from the white continent. Purchases can be made using US cash and prices range [...]

2018 Antarctic Merchandise

Posted  11/10/18 in Camp Services, General Interest

Check out our new assortment of Antarctic merchandise for the 2018 season! These one of a kind keepsakes are exclusively sold at ALE’s Union Glacier Camp, so if you’re lucky enough to receive one, you’ll know it came all the way from the white continent. Purchases can be made using US cash and prices range [...]

In the Spotlight - Julia Doyle

Posted  02/23/17 in Camp Services, General Interest

It may not be obvious that a camp in the middle of Antarctica requires a Hotel Manager, but it takes one uber organized gal to ensure everyone has a comfy cot, a superb meal, and a hot shower waiting for them in Union Glacier. Meet the Clam Tent Queen.

Changing Antarctic Waters Could Trigger Steep Rise in Sea Levels

Current changes in the ocean around Antarctica are disturbingly close to conditions 14,000 years ago that led to the rapid melting of the Antarctic ice sheets and a three metre rise in global sea levels. New research published in Nature Scientific Reports found that at the end of the last ice age, Antarctic ocean temperatures [...]

Camp Improvements

Posted  07/27/15 in Camp Services, General Interest

We're always looking for ways to enhance our guests' experience in Antarctica. Since moving our main camp to Union Glacier in 2010, we've made major investments in infrastructure and equipment. The trend continues this season with three new structures, two major pieces of equipment, a new fleet of cross-country skis, and additional fat tire bikes.

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