Home from the sea.

We’re all back, and now is the less glamorous, but arguably more important part of the year. Everyone has caught up on sleep, friends and family and mostly cleaned and repaired the kit for next year.

Nice clean clothing! It gets to stay this way until October...

Nice clean clothing! It gets to stay this way until October…

Now we’re focused on processing the 1/2 million plus data points, and turning this into useful science for policy. This is particularly pressing amid debates as to what is next for the krill fishery:

http://www.centredaily.com/2015/03/19/4659789/china-fishing-plan-in-antarctica.html

Meanwhile, we have ongoing outreach activities where we’re teaching kids about penguins and what it’s like to live and work in Antarctica. Mostly, they love trying on over-sized clothing.

Education and outreach: teaching kids about penguins at WOWHOW? in Oxford.

Education and outreach: teaching kids about penguins at WOWHOW? in Oxford.

It's important to buy shoes with room to grow.

It’s important to buy shoes with room to grow.

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