• Angus Aldis

    Navigating polar science is tricky, especially for researchers with disabilities. Issues persist that disqualify researchers with disabilities from pursuing their dreams. To address this, Accessibility in Polar Research (APR/@accesspolar) was founded during […]

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  • Kimberly Aiken

    Kimberly is a PhD student at the University of Tasmania, Australia, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, undertaking a research project focused on building more diverse, equitable, and inclusive extreme and remote […]

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  • Dr Renuka Badhe

    Dr Renuka Badhe serves as the Executive Secretary of the European Polar Board since 2015. As a knowledge broker with a background in oceanography, economics and public policy, she has longstanding expertise […]

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  • Ethan Campbell

    Ethan Campbell is a Ph.D. candidate in physical oceanography at the University of Washington in Seattle. His dissertation research is focused on open-ocean polynyas, sea ice growth and melt, and snow processes […]

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  • Alison Clausen

    Alison Clausen is the Deputy Global Coordinator of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development at IOC-UNESCO. She joined IOC as a programme specialist in 2019 with over twenty-five yearsโ€™ […]

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  • Dr Stuart Corney

    Dr Stuart Corney is a senior lecturer and Associate Head Learning and Teaching at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies at the University of Tasmania. Stuartโ€™s research focuses on the interface […]

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  • Dr Karen Evans

    Dr Evans is a principal research scientist and team leader with CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere based in Hobart, Tasmania. She leads and contributes to research focused on progressing scientific understanding and developing […]

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  • Kathy Gunn

    Kathy’s research aims to understand the drivers of ocean warming and freshening in the Southern Ocean. In this remote region, certain areas are experiencing accelerated trends, but it remains difficult to collect […]

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  • The Hon. Sir Guy Green, AC, KBE, CVO

    Born in Launceston in 1937, Guy Green studied Law at the University of Tasmania and after being admitted to the bar in 1960, practised in Launceston. Intelligent, congenial, conciliatory and highly respected, […]

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  • Svenja Halfter

    Svenja Halfter is a zooplankton ecologist and biogeochemist based at NIWA in Wellington, New Zealand. Their research focuses on understanding the zooplankton dynamics and the impact of climate change on lower trophic […]

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  • Indi Hodgson-Johnston

    Indi is the ACEAS Chief Operating Officer and is an Adjunct Senior Researcher in Antarctic and oceans law and policy at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies at the University of […]

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  • Eileen Hofmann

    Eileen Hofmann is Professor and Eminent Scholar in the Department of Ocean and Earth Sciences and a member of the Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography at Old Dominion University. Her research on […]

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  • Dr Dani Jones

    Dr Dani Jones is a Physical Oceanographer and a UKRI Future Leaders Fellow at the British Antarctic Survey. Their research focuses on using numerical modeling (including adjoint modeling) and unsupervised classification to […]

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  • Minkyoung Kim

    Minkyoung is a passionate early-career chemical oceanographer, working at Kyungpook National University as an assistant professor (tenure-track). By using the radiocarbon and lipid biomarkers, Minkyoung aims to obtain insights on carbon and […]

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  • Noah Lawrence-Slavas

    Noah Lawrence-Slavas is the principle mechanical engineer for the NOAAโ€™s Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory where he leads diverse engineering teams, collaborating with principle scientific investigators, to innovate and develop new tools for […]

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  • Dr Andrew Meijers

    Andrew Meijers is a physical oceanographer at the British Antarctic Survey. He specialises in the large-scale ocean circulation and change around Antarctica, using both observations and climate models. Hailing from Tasmania, he […]

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  • Dr Stephen R. Rintoul

    Dr Stephen R. Rintoul AO AAM FAA is a physical oceanographer and climate scientist at CSIRO Environment and the Australian Antarctic Program Partnership in Hobart. His research is focused on the role […]

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  • Emma Robertson

    Emma is a PhD student and NSF Graduate Research Fellow in Geography & Climate Science at Pennsylvania State University. Emma’s work centers on the intricate relationship between atmospheric rivers, ice sheet-climate dynamics, […]

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  • Dr Irene Schloss

    Dr. Irene Schloss is a biological oceanographer at Austral Center for Scientific Research from the National Council of Scientific Research (CONICET) in Ushuaia Argentina. She is also affiliated to Argentinean Antarctic Institute […]

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  • Alessandro Silvano

    Alessandro is a NERC Independent Research Fellow at the University of Southampton (UK) studying the Southern Ocean and how it interacts with the climate system. Alessandro is particularly interested in understanding how […]

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  • Oscar Schofield

    Oscar M.E. Schofield, is a distinguished professor and the chair of the Department of Marine and Coastal Sciences at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. He is interested in how plankton […]

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  • Alex Thornton

    Alex Thornton is the founder of Pride in Polar Research (PiPR), a global, volunteer-run group that supports, uplifts, and creates community for those with minority LGBTQIA+ identities in polar science. As an […]

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  • Dr Anton Van de Putte

    Dr Anton Van de Putte is a marine biologist and open science advocate who obtained a PhD from the KULeuven working on the ecology and evolution of Antarctic fish. During his PhD […]

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  • Vito Vitale

    Vito Vitale is Research Director at the CNR Institute of Polar Sciences (ISP) in Bologna. He is an expert of radiative transfer processes into the atmosphere, with research focus on radiation budget […]

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