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Developing and Using Models

In last week’s video, Lynn described planning and carrying out her investigation as she set out to collect data in the field. In our final video of this expedition, Lynn discusses how she will use those data to help tell the story of the Ross Ice Shelf and its behavior by developing and using models. Read more.


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Lynn Kaluzienski at the US Antarctic Headquarters!

Sign up now to Follow a Researcher®!

Our Follow a Researcher® program follows Lynn Kaluzienski back to her research site in Antarctica. Lynn is on her way — and we have a few program changes due to the limitations of her research site AND with some really cool new technology — so don’t hesitate! Please let us know if you are interested in following Lynn’s adventure by filling out our sign-up form.

By filling in this form you will be added to our fall 2017 Follow a Researcher® email list, and receive updates and instructions on how to interact with Lynn while she’s on her research expedition! If you ever would like to be removed from the list you can simply email us at UMaineFAR@Maine.edu.


Previous Follow a Researcher® Expeditions

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Expedition 1: Peru

Kit Hamley
Expedition 2:
Falkland Islands


For more information about Follow a Researcher®, contact us at 800.287.0274 or 581.3877 or email UMaineFAR@Maine.edu.


Follow a Researcher® is a program of the University of Maine’s
Cooperative Extension and Climate Change Institute.
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With support from the Maine 4-H Foundation Board of Trustees.


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