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Most viewed - LARISSA Project 2009/2010
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358 viewsFollowing a storm, the tents were buried in snow.
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346 viewsPenguins fly over the water near the Antarctic Peninsula
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341 viewsErin Pettit (UAF) digs a snowpit during the LARISSA expedition in Antarctica
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331 viewsSteep mountains rise out of the ice sheet in Graham Land, Antarctica.
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324 viewsThis photo was taken from the LARISSA ship in Flandres Bay, Antarctica
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322 viewsTed Scambos (left) and Rob Bauer pose on the Antarctic Peninsula
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314 viewsTerry Haran takes a break from setting up AMIGOS stations to pose for the camera.
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313 viewsTwo members of the LARISSA team film an ice fracture in Antarctica
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313 viewsTerry Haran enjoys the balmy weather on the Antarctic Peninsula
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308 viewsThis white dome covers researchers at an ice coring site in Antarctica
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306 viewsThis aerial photo looks down at the Research Vessel N. B. Palmer, from a helicopter
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303 viewsA night-time view of the N.B. Palmer, during the 2009-2010 LARISSA expedition
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