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Team is samen

29 juni 2020

Vandaag zijn de andere teamleden in Ny-Ålesund aangekomen na 10 dagen quarantaine in Oslo. We zijn nu op volle sterkte. Van links naar rechts: Margje de Jong, Rienk Fokkema, Maarten Loonen, Catharina Uth en Tessa Viglezio. Rienk is de partner van Margje, bioloog en veldassistent. Catharina is student aan de Carl-von-Ossietzky Universit├Ąt in Oldenburg, Duitsland. Tessa is van het Italiaanse deel van Zwitserland en studeert voor haar master studie biologie aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. Rienk was hier al eens in 2017, Tessa was hier eerder in 2018 en Catharina was hier in 2019 met een Duitse veldcursus over poolvegetatie.




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