OGL in the news
Paleokarsts and sediment fills
Coring Douglas Lake (Michigan)
Antarctica 2002: CORING THE LAKES
Antarctica 2005: VIDA 1
Antarctica 2010: VIDA 2
Deep under for gold and biomarkers
Abu Dhabi sabkha and lagoon
Laguna Mendosa, Guatemala
Yellowstone Microbial films
Geological features at UIC
Geobiology Course 2015 - Luoth Chou
Just clouds and haloes
Flying over Greenland
Field trip to Missouri 2017
AN ORGANIC GEOCHEMISTRY PRIMER
A brief history of Organic Geochemistry
From bio- to geo-molecules
02: Coring dry valley lakes for paleolimnolog
This is NOT Antarctica. This is New Zealand. I guess that you knew that.
Flying in a crowded military plane to McMurdo. No fun whatsoever.
Bernd Wagner from U. Koln (Germany)
Mount Erebus smoking 3900 meters above the sea ice
Bernd Wagner in front of Scott Hut in McMurdo
Polygonal pattern on Taylor Valley floor
Preparing our sleeping quarters at Lake Hoare field station
A rare snowy day on Lake Hoare
Sunset on Canada Glacier (it was october)
A young Peter Doran in 2002
Sound can tell you so much... at least if you are Bernd Wagner. Lake Hoare.
East Lake Bonney, Taylor Valley
It was midnight, Peter Doran and I went to work.
Blue ice of the moat of Lake Fryxell
Canada glacier; from the Lake Hoare side.
Ekman dredge sample from Lake Hoare
Sub-millimeter lamination separated by coarse sand layers, within the top 20 cm of a Lake Fryxell gravity core.
Dr. Bernd Wagner, collecting glacier berries (blocks of ice that are used for drinking water) in front of Canada Glacier (Lake Fryxell)
East Lake Bonney
Peter, what have you done this time? I told you not to break every rock with your hammer. Nice FROST WEDGE break.
The UIC team
EAST LAKE BONNEY
LAKE HOARE AFTER A SNOW FALL
LAKE HOARE, WITH ITS VERY ROUGH ICE SURFACE
LAKE FRYXELL AFTER A SNOW FALL
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