Andreas Muenchow

Andreas Muenchow

Newark, DE, U.S.A.


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Published on Mar 04, 2015

Swedish Icebreaker to Greenland: Devils and Details

The ship leaves Thule, Greenland July 26, 2015 for Petermann Fjord. About 50 scientists are all scrambling to get gear and paperwork in order. This includes permits, licenses, and insurance to trav...

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Published on Feb 27, 2015

Bowdoin Guest Lectures: Lets continue the dialog

Students of “Contemporary Arctic Environmental and Cultural Issues" and "Oceanography" classes and "Friends of the Peary-McMillan Arctic Museum:" We shared 2 days last week at your beautiful coll...

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Published on Feb 12, 2015

Heartbeat of Ocean and Air

While cables are designed at a small company in southern California,while instruments are shipped to friends at the British Antarctic Survey in England, while instrument locations are contemplated ...

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Published on Feb 08, 2015

Sunday Afternoon of a Physical Oceanographer

Notice that temperature and salinity start only at -68 meters. This is because the ice at this location was about 68-...

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Published on Feb 06, 2015

Ocean sensors arrived

Two ocean sensors arrived from Germany where I used them last in an experiment off the coast of Greenland last year. I bought them in 2002 and they have been in Arctic waters most of the time where...

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Published on Feb 04, 2015

Where to place the ocean sensors?

Working with people at the British Antarctic Survey, I have to decide how deep below the glacier ice to place the sensors measuring ocean temperature and salinity. The reason for this are cables th...

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... furthermore, we need to make these types of data and hard information available to anyone regardless of background, country, education, or political view. By sharing these data we allow diverse interpretations from which diverse insights derive to decide what is and what is not right. Thank y...more
Danke danke, mein lieber Bruder. Diese Hilfe gibt mir auch Mut, Laune, und Motivation meine Forschung so offen zu teilen, dass es vielleich auch den einen oder anderen anstoesst wie schoen und mysterioes unser Umgebung ist.
We will need it. As much as scientists hate to admit it, luck always does play a role in all experiments, but one cannot depend on it. In this project, the ice conditions play a large role, but are out of our control. Often it is best to work with nature rather than against it. Nevertheless, luck...more
Yes, that's why professional Climate Change collegues who are alot more prominent and media-savvy jumped at it via twitter and personal e-mails. It's actually work that goes into a paper I am writing and want submit before the end of March.
It sure is, but not all physics or oceanography that shapes our natural world is caused by such warming. There are both local and regional causes and effects that that can make the impact of global warming both less and more dramatic. This is why we need experiments on the ground to figure how al...more
Yes, that's the goal. And I am convinced that there is a little physicist in us all that wants to know what happens around us every do and what will happen next.
The learning shall continue.
Thank you so much for your help and support. So much more to do, so much more to learn, so much more to discover. Exciting and busy times ...