Posted 11:48 AM 2/25/2013 by Suzanne Philippus
Montana State University scientist and Weddell seal expert Bob Garrott recently returned to a Bozeman elementary school to teach children what he has learning in Antarctica.
Posted 11:33 AM 2/25/2013 by Suzanne Philippus
For the past 10 years, Montana State University scientists, Jay Rotella and Bob Garrott, have been taking graduate and undergrad students to the icy continent for field trips.
Posted 11:22 AM 2/25/2013 by Suzanne Philippus
Adelie penguins are Antarctica's cute ambassadors, but Montana State University researchers say they also could be facing a huge threat.
Posted 10:17 AM 2/22/2013 by Suzanne Philippus
Serving as the primary logistics hub, McMurdo is an Ellis Island of sorts. Most polar participants must come through McMurdo once they arrive on the continent.
Posted 10:42 AM 2/21/2013 by Suzanne Philippus
Under the Antarctic summer sun, scientists successfully drilled through 2,600 feet of ice into subglacial Lake Whillans.
Posted 9:27 AM 2/20/2013 by Suzanne Philippus
The facility Montana State University researchers spent their time at at the South Pole is the nerve center for many critical, scientific experiments.
Posted 1:26 PM 2/19/2013 by Suzanne Philippus
"Montana State University has been in Antarctica for over 20 seasons," Montana State University President Waded Cruzado said.
Posted 2:55 PM 2/18/2013
Several Montana State University scientists recently returned from the summer research season in Antarctica. MTN reporter Suzanne Philippus was on special assignment and shares a rare glimpse of what takes place at the bottom of the world.
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