PAL LTER scientists and collaborators summarise the current state of knowledge regarding the key mechanisms and interactions regulating the physical, biogeochemical and biological processes at work along the WAP, the ways in which the shelf environment is changing, and the ecosystem response to the changes underway in a recent paper published in Progress in Oceanography. This paper also outlines the key future research priorities and objectives for the WAP marine system and sets out a vision for an observing system which is required to detect and elucidate change into the future.
Palmer researchers at Duke University using drones in the Antarctic featured in Science360 News
Palmer LTER marine mammal scientists and their drones covered in Popular Science
PAL LTER outreach is connecting students with scientists in Antarctica
Latest issue includes three articles that integrate data from both Antarctic LTER sites
Using drones to detect sharks in intercoastal waters. With D. Johnston (PAL LTER).
Sci. Amer. on Penguin Populations, w/ Dr. Fraser
Scientific American discusses climate change and impacts on Antarctic penguin populations.
Dr. Bill Fraser @ Detroit Zoo, Apr 10th 2016
The Detroit Zoological Society (DZS) will host a presentation by world-renowned polar ecologist and penguin expert Dr. Bill Fraser from 6-7:15 p.m. on Sunday, April 10, at the Detroit Zoo’s Ford Education Center.
Live VTCs with scientists of Palmer LTER.
Read about Jeff Bowman's research in marine microbial ecology and his experience down at Palmer station for the 2015/2016 season