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Recent Media Coverage

PolarTREC is making news around the country! Click the articles below to check out recent news coverage. Visit us in the future to search all PolarTREC media coverage!

Newsroom Archives
Title Date Organization or Publication Expeditions
The COOLEST Trip IN Shaler Magazine Antarctic Automatic Weather Stations 2018
Shaler Area teacher prepares for research trip to Antarctica Pittsburgh Post Gazette Antarctic Automatic Weather Stations 2018
Shaler Area Teacher Preparing for Six Weeks in Antarctica Pittsburgh Tribune-Review/TribLive Antarctic Automatic Weather Stations 2018
Teacher Shares Research from Antarctica Trip The News Herald Chemical Ecology of Shallow Water Marine Communities
Geology Museum Director Studies Glaciers in the Swiss Alps Rutgers Today Sliding Glaciers
Museum Co-Director Lauren N. Adamo is off to the Swiss Alps! Rutgers Today Sliding Glaciers
Museum Co-Director Lauren N. Adamo is off to the Swiss Alps! Maston Musings, Rutgers Geology Museum Blog Sliding Glaciers
Rutgers Prof to Climb Alps for Climate Change Study on Glaciers TAPinto New Brunswick Sliding Glaciers
Ashtabula Native Named to Exclusive Research Team Star Beacon Migration and Carry-Over Effects in Arctic Seabirds
Sixth-grade Tucson Teacher Selected to Participate in Arctic Research this Summer Arizona Daily Star Shrubs Snow and Nitrogen in the Arctic
TVUSD Teacher Svea Anderson Selected for Prestigious PolarTREC Research Expedition Tanque Verde Unified School District: Creating Pathways to Success Shrubs Snow and Nitrogen in the Arctic
Local Teacher Selected for Antarctica Research Internship Morganton News Herald Chemical Ecology of Shallow Water Marine Communities
Teachings from the South Pole The Star News IceCube and the Askaryan Radio Array
Bault Studies Ice Cores in Antarctica Grant County Herald Independent Seasonal Sea Ice Production in the Ross Sea
A Cool Way to Spend a Summer Jax4Kids Dynamic Observations of the Microstructural Evolution of Firn
News Graphic Article - "Former CHS teacher headed to Antarctica" News Graphic Seasonal Sea Ice Production in the Ross Sea
Alumna Makes Trek to Antarctica Concordia University of Wisconsin E-Newsletter Seasonal Sea Ice Production in the Ross Sea
National Wildlife Federation Certifies Seton Schoolyard Hudson Hub Times - GateHouse Media LLC Climate Change and Pollinators in the Arctic 2016
Iced Over Kappa Alpha Theta Magazine Operation IceBridge 2017
Missoula educators on ice: A trip to the Arctic for chemistry professor, teacher Missoulian CO2 and pH Studies of the Arctic Ocean
Teacher Spotlight: Cara Pekarcik, 2018 Massachusetts Teacher of the Year Museum Institute for Teaching Science Southern Ocean Diatoms
How to teach kids about climate change where most parents are skeptics The Washington Post Drumlin Formation in Iceland
7 News Miami Story about Adeena Teres Operation IceBridge 2017
Stoneman Douglas Teacher Receives Special Recognition for NASA Mission to the Arctic Coral Springs Talk Operation IceBridge 2017
Miami Local 10 News Story Operation IceBridge 2017