|Three DRI Researchers working in Antarctica|
Jack Gillies, Ph.D., NSF OPP is working on a research program to quantify the dynamics of the aeolian sediment transport system in three of the McMurdo Dry Valleys.
Alison Murray, Ph.D. participated as an instructor in the International Antarctic Biology Course, a graduate and postdoctoral training course held at McMurdo Station.
Kendrick Taylor, Ph.D. led a multi-institutional effort to investigate how atmospheric greenhouse gases influence climate.
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