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Antarctica Week: How to become a polar scientist
Find out how to work in polar science on cool projects like ITGC, by listening to this inspirational talk about Prof Petitt's career path into working on the TARSAN project

Dec 3, 2020 05:00 PM in London

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Prof Erin Pettit
@Oregon State University
Erin Pettit is an associate professor at the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences at Oregon State University. She is also a National Geographic emerging explorer applying acoustic research with hydrophones to calving and melting glaciers reaching the ocean, to examine ice shelf disintegration and the ice-ocean boundary. Her research on glacier noise includes studying its effects on marine animals. She has presented at TEDWomen on listening to glaciers, and has created the Girls on Ice program to teach high school girls about glaciology, ecology, and mountaineering.