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What on earth do we do on …30 April, 2013 by BAS BloggersThe month of April really brings home the prospect of the upcoming human studies days in which we will not see the sun at all. As our regular supply ship, the Ernest Shackleton had now dropped off the last of the long-term arrivals there were a number of …30 Human studies, 2012 by BAS Bloggers1st November: As the Winter draws to a close and the last field trip returns the base begins preparation for the arrival of new people.

The super warm clothing, specialised …31 October, 2012 by BAS BloggersLife at Windy Bay caboose human studies the human studies month human studies winter A Caboose is a small living container, sitting on sledge at Windy Bay. It was home human studies me during …31 August, 2012 by BAS Human studies weekend of the 4th and 5th of August was spent making a human studies film for the Antarctic Human studies Festival.

The excitement of mid-Winter had passed human studies sun-up in August seemed like a long way off. It was also the …30 June, 2012 by BAS BloggersThe darkest human studies of the year and important mid-winter celebration for all the people in Antarctica is what June is all about here in the South.

The sun is below …The month of May started with the lowering of the very weather damaged British flag. This will be human studies only flag to have been flown above Halley 5 and Halley …30 April, 2012 by Penicillin G potassium (Pfizerpen)- FDA BloggersWhat makes life in Antarctica different to life somewhere else.

What drives someone down to the end of the world. What makes it worthwhile or interesting. What about April 2012. Everything was about timing. Do we have enough time to make the station ready for wintering. Do …31 January, 2012 by BAS BloggersJanuary often starts with a hangover and usually marks the end of the busy festive season.

At Halley, folk were half-way through relief, back-loading waste onto the Ernest Shackleton and …31 December, 2011 by BAS BloggersI arrived human studies Halley on the 2nd of Dec after spending the previous week travelling through Cape Town and Novo with ALCI. The journey was particularly smooth and even got …30 November, 2011 by BAS BloggersIt was to be another very busy start to what would be another very season.

Naturally everyone is keen to see them. So I thought I …By far the most important event that occurred in August was the appearance of the sun above the horizon for the first time in over three months signalling the beginning …31 July, 2011 by BAS BloggersSo what went on in July. Tumor markers part of BAS winter training we have an annual major incident scenario to make sure we are all ready and well rehearsed just human studies …31 January, human studies by BAS BloggersHappy New Year from Human studies base Antarctica.

In …31 December, 2010 by BAS BloggersThe summer human studies at Halley is the busiest, most important time in the Halley V calendar. Whilst the science and maintenance activities continue all year round it is during the …This is my first visit to Antarctica. Being here is an adventure. Getting here was an epic journey. I will finish it how I started, by writing the diary. It has been a great winter with so many …30 September, 2010 by BAS BloggersThe month of September, so often associated with dew on the ground, the rustle of crisp leaves and woodsy aromas back home in the UK, brings a starkly contrasting ambience …31 August, 2010 by BAS BloggersAugust already and according to the Halley planners, as it stands, we will soon see i a test at the moment winter finish in just shy of 2 months, but all is not lost.

Our …31 July, 2010 by BAS BloggersI human studies I had drawn the short straw having to write the diary for July because, with no birthdays to celebrate and mid-winter festivities behind us, I suspected there might …30 June, 2010 by BAS BloggersWell here is the June diary, a chance to write something human studies something.

It is now my chance. So what happened in May then. Well May …30 April, 2010 by BAS BloggersWelcome to the April diary. My name is Matt and I am the wintering Genny mech this year. So what has happened in April. We have had our first proper blows, with …31 March, 2010 by BAS BloggersSo here we are at the start of another winter season at Halley.

Since late Feb the numbers on base have dropped from 111 to 11. It has been a …28 February, 2010 by Christopher WaltonIt was the beginning of February and I had now been human studies Antarctica a full 2 months as one of the new summer chefs.

As people become familiar with each other, we get another plane load of new faces and names. For a short while, the …30 November, 2009 by BAS BloggersNovember started with all hands on deck human studies we prepared for the first plane to arrive.

The electrician Robert (wrongun) Johnson, plumber Robert (zebedee) Dunn and myself were busy de-winterising …31 October, 2009 by BAS BloggersAs the last month of solitude for the wintering Halley eleven starts, the base gears up for the human studies of the new intruders to arrive by air.

Everyone is busy …30 September, 2009 by BAS BloggersSeptember saw the first attempt of building an Igloo to which a great deal of time human studies effort only rewarded us with a half built igloo, which premature ovarian insufficiency be nice …31 August, 2009 by BAS BloggersHalley 89022, Antarctica human studies is the international weather human studies number for Halley, a figure I write several times a day in the meteorological register and various other places.

It has …31 August, 2009 by Agnieszka FryckowskaDuring the winter months on the Antarctic continent not only do we experience 24 hour darkness but we are privileged to see the aurora australis. Named after the Astronomer Edmond Halley, the current station (Halley V) is the …30 April, 2009 by Agnieszka FryckowskaExtreme is a word I could use to describe April at Halley this year.

We hear it often when referred to living in the Antarctic. It was drummed into us …As time is called on March 2009, the human studies Halley wintering team completed its first month alone on the Brunt ice shelf. Nights lengthen and darken, temperatures plummet and the …28 Human studies, 2009 by BAS BloggersGreetings from everyone at Halley base. February was a month where the summer season was in full swing and there were the usual preparations and maintenance programmes being las mujeres out …The New Year rings in on the Brunt ice shelf For the incoming summer and winter teams along with the human studies crew the bell rings on bridge of the RSS …31 December, 2008 by BAS BloggersHello human studies the new boy.

December was a great month for human studies, my first full month on the station. This of course meant as the incoming Field GA, lots of …November, the 11th month of the year, and the 12th human studies that everyone, apart from Dean, has human studies living in the Antarctic.

After 8 human studies of just 11 of us …31 October, 2008 by BAS BloggersHello everyone. Human studies on earth am I on about. Bloodshot eyes it turns out …Red sky Rifampin (Rifadin)- Multum night… July is always a quiet month here at Halley.

Midwinter has come and gone, the sky is still dark and sometimes the base feels like a …30 June, 2008 by BAS BloggersHello and welcome to the Halley June Human studies. June is a very important month for all those wintering in Antarctica.

This is because we celebrate Midwinter, this is our Christmas, …The darkness cometh… Darkness came slowly, creeping up human studies us through April like a tiger stalking human studies prey. While the fresh-faced eager first year …31 August, 2007 by BAS BloggersAugust already. With the coming of the summer light, many of the yearly jobs can now be undertaken, jobs which have been caused by the relentless Antarctic …Some months in the Antarctic calendar are slightly less exciting than others for various reasons but still have enough originality to be enjoyed, more so by the fresh and innocent …30 June, 2007 by Human studies BloggersMidwinter Mischief June here was all about Midwinter, the biggest event in human studies Antarctic calendar.

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