From an episode of Einstein A Go-Go

Interview

Einstein A Go-Go: Answering the Riddle Of The Ice

Dr Shane talks to Dr Zoë Thomas from UNSW about the fascinating role the sea ice surrounding Antarctica plays in capturing atmospheric carbon and trapping it. Dr Thomas, who’s currently studying core samples taken from ice fields from the distant past, tells a story of blue ice, glacial processes, micro-organisms and Antarctic winds that could provide valuable insights into carbon dioxide absorption in our oceans.

Photo supplied by Dr Zoë Thomas

Dr Zoë Thomas
Listen to Einstein A Go-Go: Answering the Riddle Of The Ice12:4628 June 2020