|Margje de Jong - We were back before dinner. Christophe and Catharina sampled their last lake and we had a really nice hike. We saw still puffins and fulmars in the cliff. Also some pretty ptarmigan on the way back.|
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1 June 2006
Jelte Rozema and his two students, Chantal Werleman and Hassan El Yaqine,
are the first users of the station in 2006.
They will replace their open-top-chambers on the tundravegetation.
More about their field site can be found in the weblog of 2005 by clicking
3 July 2006
The first week of this season, we have been working with four people.
From left to right: Maarten Loonen, Steffen Hahn, Erik Hemming en Cecilia Sandström.
Today, Steffen and Erik are returning home.
We had great help from Kjell Tore Hansen and Geir Wing Gabrielsen. Thank you guys!
6 July 2006
In the second week, we had three wildlife photographers visiting us.
From left to right: Jasper Doest, Krijn Trimbos and Bart Breet.
On this picture, we were at Ny-London, a deserted industrial vilage at Blomstranden. There is a polmarine skua nesting, and the partner
is easily photographed.
19 July 2006
Vincent Munster and Olga Dolnik are staying with us to sample birds for their own research projects.
Vincent is a specialist in various types of virusses, Olga is a specialist in
intestinal parasites, specifically protozoans.
On a beautiful day, we climbed to the top of the birdclif Osian Sarsfjellet.
From left to right, Vincent Munster in the white t-shirt, Daan Vreugdenhil in the
front, Cecilia Sandström, Maarten Loonen standing and Olga Dolnik to the right.
2 August 2006
Marion van Rijssel brings Janwillem Loonen. My son will help as field assistent in the last three weeks.
They bring the Dutch flag to the station. This picture shows all Dutch people on wooden shoes. Cecilia shows
her Swedish background with a picture.
From left to right Cecilia Sandström, Daan Vreugdenhil, Marion van Rijssel, Janwillem Loonen
and Maarten Loonen.
14 August 2006
The last people arriving. Jelte Rozema and Els Dijst arrive to monitor their experiment
and to remove the open top chambers. From left to right: Jelte Rozema, Els Dijst, Maarten Loonen
and Janwillem Loonen.
|Maarten Loonen||Netherlands||26 June - 17 Aug||teamleader||arctic ecology|
|Cecilia Sandström||Swedish||26 June - 14 Aug||student||immunology|
|Daan Vreugdenhil||Netherlands||13 July - 10 Aug||field assistent||experience|
|Erik Hemming||Swedish||26 June - 3 July||field assistent|
|Steffen Hahn||German||26 June - 3 July||researcher||ornithology|
|Olga Dolnik||Russian||17 July - 27 July||researcher||parasitism|
|Vincent Munster||Netherlands||17 July - 27 July||Ph.D.student||avian influenza|
|Janwillem Loonen||Netherlands||31 July - 17 Aug||field assistent|
|Marion van Rijssel||Netherlands||31 July - 3 Aug||visitor||microbiology|
|Jelte Rozema||Netherlands||1 June - 5 June|
14 Aug - 21 Aug
|Chantal Werleman||Netherlands||1 June - 5 June||student||botany|
|Hassan El Yaqine||Netherlands||1 June - 5 June||student||botany|
|Els Dijst||Netherlands||14 Aug - 21 Aug||field assistent|
|Jasper Doest||Netherlands||3 July - 6 July||photographer|
|Krijn Trimbos||Netherlands||3 July - 6 July||photographer|
|Bart Breet||Netherlands||3 July - 6 July||photographer||klik op een portret voor meer informatie|