Dr. Elin Darelius (official website, intro on the blog) is an associate professor at the Geophysical Institute at the University of Bergen, Norway. Elin is a sea-going oceanographer focusing on polar oceanography, more specifically on the ocean surrounding the Antarctic continent and its interaction with the vast, floating ice shelves. This blog is about the work she and her team do: sea-going oceanography, tank experiments, teaching, and a lot more. Read all of Elin’s blog posts here.
Nadine Steiger (official website, intro on the blog) is a PhD student in Elin’s group at GFI and gets to do a lot of cool stuff. She is a regular contributor to the blog. Read all of Nadine’s blog posts here.
Dr. Mirjam Glessmer (official website, intro on the blog) is Elin & her team’s outreach specialist. Contact her for any technical issues related to this blog or anything else outreach-y. Read all of Mirjam’s blog posts here.

 

Other contributors:

Karen Assmann (official website, intro on the blog).

Ho Kyung Ha (official website, intro on the blog)

Céline Heuzé (official website, intro on the blog)

Adrian Jenkins (official website, intro on the blog)

Tae-Wan Kim (official website, intro on the blog)

Svenja Ryan (official website, intro on the blog)

Jean-Baptiste Sallee (official website, intro on the blog)

Lucie Vignes (official website, intro on the blog)

Anna Wåhlin (official website, intro on the blog)