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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
Antarctica 2010: Going deeper in Lake Vida ice
Transantarctic Montain and glaciers
From the ice cap to the ocean via the Transantarctic Mountain.
October sun at midnight in McMurdo .
Bernd Wagner, great friend and correr.
Brian Glazer, just fresh from New Zealand
Alison Murray, just of the plane from New Zealand
Peter Doran covering a sun burn with solar lotion.
Hillary Dugan , PhD candidate at the time, now Dr. Dugan.
The cleanest cable ever.
Halloween in McMurdo is wild. This our team.
Taking a break in our preparation to see a seal coming out in an observation hole in the sea ice.
Scott's hut in the fore ground and McMurdo station in the background.
Taylor Valley, Lake Fryxel and Canada glacier on the right side
The frozen lake, the camp, the dune...
Ventifacts in Vida Granite
Lake Vida and West Victoria Valley
Ventifacts in dolerite, Lake Vida in the background
Seth Young pulling is camera out of his bag near a dolerite ventifact
Sampling sand in the dolerite.
From the top: dolerite, granite, dolerite, granite, moraine with dolerite, Lake Vida
Peter Doran near nice granite ventifact
Xenolith in granite
Boudinage in metamorphic xenolith
Brian Glazer taking picture from the point of view of a tardigrade. It was a nice shot.
The 5 km long Lake Vida
Peter imitating a dead seal. he does not have the teeth (see next photo)
Skull of the lost seal
Ventifacts in a moraine, in front of a large dune
View of the borehole.
Brian Glazer cleaning the coring tent
Fabien Kenig cleaning the coring tent
A coring tent ready for next day's operations.
Brian Glazer covered like if it was Antarctica. Right, it was Antarctica.
Peter Glenday, our beloved camp manager, protecting us from high fructose corn syrup and other culinary dangers.
Jay Kyne, our favorite ice driller. Long life to the side winder.
Emanuele (Ema) Kuhn, PhD candidate at the time, now Dr Kuhn
Tired of red and blue, let's go B&W. NSF helicopter on Lake Vida.
Noble Gas sampling for Clara Castro (University of Michigan)
Ema in a rush, sampling, sampling, sampling.
Sampling, sampling, sampling, stinky brine, stinky brine, stinky brine
Alison Murray with her smile back: Sampling was done and well done.
C-130. Fist time I fly and touch a propeller at the same time.
Large dune on the North side of Lake Vida
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