Some people try to stay as comfy and warm as possible – some people don’t. Anne Vogel apparently belongs to the latter category. Right now she exchanges her “warm” home in Trondheim for the snow and ice on Svalbard, the island group all the way up in northern Norway close to the Arctic. Anne goes on an expedition to learn about the marine primary production of organisms in the Artic and how they are affected by different factors such as light.
It is a 6 week course offered by the University of Svalbard (https://www.unis.no/course/ab-323-light-climate-and-primary-productivity-in-the-arctic/) with field work on a ship. We hope that she will have an enjoyable time up in the north and that she may see polar bears only from afar.