The PolarTREC newsroom provides basic program information to members of the media, and is a source to track the latest media coverage of PolarTREC.
Media use of PolarTREC Website Content and Photos:
Media are welcome to use content or quotes from the PolarTREC website, including from teacher journals. Please give full credit to teachers and their research teams, the PolarTREC program, and the National Science Foundation as appropriate.
Media are welcome to use photos from teacher journals and photo galleries. We ask that you please credit each photo as follows: "Photo by 'X' (PolarTREC 2020 (i.e. year)), Courtesy of ARCUS".
Additional photos, graphics, videos, and presentations from the polar regions can be found online through the ARCUS Polar Media Archive.
Media seeking additional information about PolarTREC please contact:
PolarTREC Program Managers (info [at] polartrec.com)
Arctic Research Consortium of the United States
3535 College Road, Suite 101
Fairbanks, AK 99709
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!
|Title||Date||Organization or Publication||Related Members||Expeditions|
|Will Antarctic Worms Warm to Changing Climate?||UDaily||Stacy Kim, Adam Marsh, Stephanie Guida, Annamarie Pasqualone||Adaptations of Marine Worms in Antarctica|
|Sealed Away||Memphis Flyer||Alex Eilers, Daniel Costa, Jennifer Burns, Eileen Hofmann||Weddell Seals in the Ross Sea|
|Science Educator Returns from Antarctica||Memphis Parent||Alex Eilers, Jennifer Burns||Weddell Seals in the Ross Sea|