HALLEY AT LAST!
Sorry I haven't posted anything for so long it's been a hectic couple of weeks...
Having survived nine weeks aboard the ship, I made it to Halley at last. On new years day a big red plane on skis whisked me up to the base where I was greeted by a shiny skidoo, and towed along behind to my new home on stilts.
Here's a taster of my new home... (more news of what I've been up to soon, I promise!)
below, fellow meteorologist Kirsty, on her way to work on a more typical antarctic day.
Dave hard at work measuring ozone levels with the Dobson Spectrometer, we do this several times a day. These measurements have been done here since the 1950's and helped us spot the ozone hole.