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While working in the office, lab and especially out in the field, WSL researchers make a lot of quirky, remarkable or funny experiences. In our 'Logbook' blog they will post sporadic reports on their experiences. Blog posts reflect the personal opinions of their authors.

 

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02.05.2022

The Snow Hydrology Research Group observed the first signs of spring through thermal drone imagery and melting river ice.

02.06.2022

The Snow Hydrology Research Group wrapped up their field campaign and made a quintessential Finnish experience.

25.04.2022

The Snow Hydrology Research Group started deploying their ground based equipment and were surprised with a view of the northern lights.

20.04.2022

The SLF Snow Hydrology Research Group has arrived in Finland for their forest-snow field campaign.

20.10.2021

WSL doctoral student Joël Rüthi spent five weeks aboard an icebreaker. A logbook contribution about the search for Arctic soil microbes.

05.10.2021

In a blog post, SLF botanist Christian Rixen describes how he circumnavigated the north of Greenland and what he discovered along the way.

28.09.2021

In the Pamir Mountains, many glaciers are stable or even growing. In the logbook, WSL glacier researchers talk about their expedition there.

24.11.2020

How it came about that a WSL device is measuring the earth’s surface microwave radiation in Tibet; Mike Schwank reports in the WSL blog.

 

23.10.2020

The "Polarstern" is back from the Arctic. Ruzica Dadic reports on the challenges the team faced until the very end.

04.08.2020

Even during lockdown, WSL glaciologist Matthias Huss had to measure glaciers – without using cable cars. Read about this experience in the blog.