Alex’s RV Investigator blog
The Slow Journey South Here we are on the Australian Research Vessel Investigator in the great swells of the Southern Ocean. It is day 33 of 43. We are 65 degrees South, 132 degrees East, and about 100 km north of the Antarctic coastline. To get here we have passed through the roaring forties and furious fifties and entered into the …
PhD Scholarship: Atmospheric Chemistry at University of Wollongong
The Centre for Atmospheric Chemistry (CAC) in the Faculty of Science, Medicine and Health (SMAH) at the University of Wollongong offers opportunities for up to two highly motivated PhD students to work on the project Tackling Atmospheric Chemistry Grand Challenges in the Southern Hemisphere. The project(s) will sit within a 5-year program looking at the Southern Hemisphere atmosphere using a …
Neil’s V3 blog
After months of waiting and preparation, which included paperwork, training on scientific equipment and a medical examination, I had finally arrived in Hobart where in two day’s time I would be boarding the ship, the Aurora Australis bound for Mawson Station in Antarctica. For me, the journey to Hobart had been a long one, I had flown from Munich Airport …
Max’s V1 resupply blog
Maximilien Desservettaz is on V1 - diary from the Aurora Australis! Today, Saturday 4th of November 2017, is day 7 on voyage 1 from Hobart to Davis and back onboard the Aurora Australis. It is the first day I have been able to sit down at my computer because of sea-sickness or the side effects of the sea-sickness patches and tablets. On …
PhD in Southern Ocean aerosols
Check out the PhD opportunity offered at the University of Melbourne's Australian German college to study Southern Ocean aerosol. Working with AIRBOX partners and KIT this is an exciting opportunity for those wishing to model and observe natural aerosols in the background atmosphere.
Welcome to our new site!
The airbox site has officially launched. Be on the lookout for more exciting posts and news items.