17 Aug 2007
The season studying the barnacle geese has ended. Maarten and Janwillem left on Friday 10 August. Bas and Yvan left on Thursday 16 August.
A new crew came to the station.
From left to right: Rob Broekman, Jelte Rozema, Bas Vervust en Lise Fivez. Lise will leave on 3 September and
close the station for this year.
29 July 2007
Tomorrow, Sofie Sjörgensten and Jacob Siebelink are leaving. So another picture of the crew, with Yvan in his new Berghaus jacket.
From left to right: Yvan Satgé, Bas van Schooten, Sofie Sjörgensten, Janwillem Loonen, Jacob Siebelink and Maarten Loonen
23 July 2007
Janwillem Loonen has arrived. For the second year my son will be field assistent.
From left to right: Maarten Loonen,
Yvan Satgé, Bas van Schooten, Olga Dolnik and Janwillem Loonen
16 July 2007
Olga Dolnik has arrived. She is an expert on coccidiosis, small parasites which occur in many bird species.
Her field work in 2006 has already given two scientific papers to the project. From left to rigt on the photo:
Yvan Satgé, Bas van Schooten, Olga Dolnik and Maarten Loonen
12 July 2007
After the first goose catch of 2007, the team was photographed. From left to right: Annette Scheepstra, Sofie Sjörensten, Maarten Loonen, Bas van Schooten, Yvan Satgé and
Ronald Visser. Sofie is part of our team but is housed elesewhere in the village. Annette and Ronald have returned from the hut Gasebu.
10 July 2007
Jasper Doest visits us together with his father Paul Doest to make beautiful photo's from the
geese and the foxes. They arrive on the same day as Ricardo Roura leaves and they can stay in the Netherlands Arctic Station.
Three days photographing and a beautiful trip through the fjord.
2 July 2007
Lise Fivez, a Ph.D. student of the University of Antwerpen, is staying from 2 to 5 July, to set-up her experiment. Bas and Yvan are inspired by James Bond.
28 June 2007
Annette Scheepstra arrives from the Netherlands and Ronald Visser is switching from the German AWI base to the Netherlands Station.
They are starting observations of geese in remote areas. The first two weeks, the Gasebu will be their base.
21 June 2007
Already the next day, Steffen Hahn (by airplane) and Ricardo Roura (by boat) have arrived.
The station is now filled to capacity with 5 people. On this picture Yvan Satgé is missing, because he was counting geese.
From left to right: Ricardo Roura, Bas van Schooten, Maarten Loonen and Steffen Hahn.
20 June 2007
After adding a new plaquette to the building and hoisting the Dutch flag, we have opened the station for the summer of 2007.
From left to right: Maarten Loonen, Bas van Schooten and Yvan Satgé.
31 May 2007
Jelte Rozema and his Ph.D. student Bert Buizer are the first users of the station in 2007.
They hoped to place open-top-chambers on the tundravegetation. There was to much snow and they had to return without any work done.
|Maarten Loonen||Netherlands||18 June - 10 Aug||teamleader||arctic ecology|
|Bas van Schooten||Netherlands||18 June - 20 Aug||student||immunology|
|Yvan Satgé||France||18 June - 20 Aug||student||ecology|
|Ricardo Roura||Italian||21 June - 5 July||Ph.D. student||cultural heritage|
|Steffen Hahn||German||21 June - 2 July||researcher||ornithology|
|Olga Dolnik||Russian||16 July - 26 July||researcher||parasitism|
|Ronald Visser||Netherlands||28 June - 19 July||field assistent||staying in Gasebu until 12 July|
|Annette Scheepstra||Netherlands||28 June - 19 July||field assistent||staying in Gasebu until 12 July|
|Sofie Sjogersten||Sweden||9 July - 30 July||researcher ARCFAC||botany|
|Janwillem Loonen||Netherlands||26 July - 10 Aug||field assistent|
|Jelte Rozema||Netherlands||31 May - 31 May|
16 Aug - 23 Aug
|Bert Buizer||Netherlands||31 May - 3 June||researcher||botany|
|Rob Borekman||Netherlands||16 Aug - 23 Aug||field assistent||Rozema|
|Lise Fivez||Belgium||2 July-9 July|
16 Aug- 3 Sep
|Univ. Antwerp||housed at KB|
|Bart Vervust||Belgium||16 Aug - 30 Aug||field assistent||Fivez|
|Jasper Doest||Netherlands||9 July-12 July||wildlife photographer||2 people||klik op een portret voor meer informatie|