Dark Snow 2014: Sealed with a KISS
August 13, 2014
Kangerlussuaq International Science Support (KISS), August 13, 2014:
We are all completely whipped, sore and exhausted. We’ve thankfully had the chance to shower and have a night between warm, dry, sheets.
I spent today going thru some of the material collected during the previous 12 days. There is enough here to fill out months of videos and blog posts. There will also be significant science published from our collective efforts in coming months.
To all of our supporters: Deepest thanks – I think you’ll be pleased with the products of our efforts.
I’m not going to go into detail on everything that we did and saw. I’ve still got to wash clothes, pack and spend 2 days in planes and airports before I’m at my desk.
I include the pictures here as a foretaste of things that will be show up in posts and videos in coming months.
Short synopsis: it was cold, it was hard, it was exhausting, we were constantly busy, constantly pushing, very productive, and we feel we met every reasonable expectation for this year.
There’s more. Trust me. There will be much, much, more.