Important links

ACE Presskit: http://bit.ly/ACEexpedition

 

Organizing institutions:

Swiss Polar Institute (SPI)

Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)

Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL

ETH Zürich

University of Bern

Editions Paulsen

 

ACE projects: Principal investigators – contacts and websites

PIs – contacts

 

Projects and PI’s websites:

Antarctic Biogeography: Steven Chown Lab

Antarctic Seabed Carbon Capture Change: David Barnes

ACE-SPACE: Julia Schmale

SORPASSO: Rafael Simò

Marine Biodiversity and Evolution: Nerida Wilson

 

ACE projects: involved institutions

Curtin University, Australia – D. Antoine

Monash University, Australia – S. Chown

British antarctic survey, UK – D. Barnes, E. Thomas, D. Hodgson

University of St-Andrews, UK – A. Brierley

Northumbria University, UK – D. Pearce

Paul Scherrer Institute, CH – J. Schmale

Institut de Ciències del Mar, ICM-CSIC, Spain – R. Simó

Western Australia Museum, Australia – N. Wilson

ETH Zürich, CH -H. Wernli

University of Cape Town, South Africa – S. Fawcett

Duke University, USA – N. Cassar

Université de Nantes, Labex MER, France – N. Cassar

Australian Antarctic Division, Australia – B. Miller, D. Bergstrom

Australian National University, Australia – M. Ellwood

Université de Genève, CH – C. Hassler

University of Melbourne, Australia – A. Toffoli

Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), CH – K. Leonard

Centre d’études biologiques de Chizé, France – H. Weimerskirch

Université Laval, Canada – G. Massé

Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute, Russia – D. Bolshiyanov

 

Polar research institutions:

Year of Polar Prediction (YOPP)

Alfred Wegener institute, Bremerhaven , Germany

Institut polaire français Paul Emile Victor

 

Blogs et sites éducationnels:

Educapôles – Découverte de la science et des régions polaires

Les mondes polaires, de François et Baptiste Bernard

ACE 2016-2017 through Masha’s eyes: Masha Tsukernik’ s blog (ACE scientist)

Super Science Me

Mapping carbon capture and storage on sub-Antarctic seabeds, one island at a time: Marion Island, by Maria Lund Paulsen