2019


Mireira Miestra MARTIN (Universidad de Concepción, Chile)

A detailed analysis of the Antarctic krill microbiome

Awarded £6000

Marjolaine VERRET (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)

Meteoric 10Be as a tracer for water infiltration in high-elevation McMurdo Dry Valleys, Friis Hills, Antarctica. Report here.

Awarded £6000

Lucie CASSARINO (University of Bristol, UK)

Investigation of silicon isotopes fractionation from shallow benthic sponges

Awarded £5902

Lucie MALARD (Northumbria University, UK)

Investigating the unique character of Antarctic aerial dispersal mechanisms

Awarded £5855

Marcello BLAXELL (Canberra University, Australia)

Sub-glacial carbonates as indicators of the presence of large, wet-based glaciation of rocky Oases in East Antarctica

Awarded £5752

Siobhan KILLINGBECK (University of Leeds, UK)

Characterisation of Antarctic firn aquifers with combined seismic and electromagnetic datasets

Awarded £2650

Michaël BEAULIEU (German Oceanographic Museum, Germany)

Vocalizations as reproduction enhancers in colonies of Adélie penguins

Awarded £5840

Christopher BULL (British Antarctic Survey, UK)

Revealing the role of tides, eddies and buoyancy fluxes in projected regime shifts in the ocean circulation under the Filchner-Ronne ice shelf

Awarded £5862

Darren KOPPEL (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia)

Does sediment contamination explain spatial changes in the Antarctic benthic ecosystem?

Awarded £5264

Gemma CLUCAS (Cornell University, USA)

Evaluating the effectiveness of the South Sandwich Islands marine protected area in protecting penguin prey resources

Awarded £5992

Sally LAU (James Cook University, Australia)

Exploring how seascape dynamics structure genetic variation in the Scotia Sea

Awarded £5996

Anna BELCHER (British Antarctic Survey, UK)

Determining Antarctic krill biomass: Can we distinguish krill swarms from space? Report here..

Awarded £3645

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