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The South Sandwich Islands

Written by Dr. Tom Hart, Penguinologist, Oxford University, UK. Tom runs the Penguin Lifelines project at Oxford University and the Zoological Society of London, through which h[...]

 

Quark Expeditions’ Guide to Explore Human Connection to the Arctic Landscape This Winter

Artist and photographer Acacia Johnson is all set to join Quark Expeditions as a guide and photography lecturer in the Arctic this season. Even before she joins us, Johnson is looking towards the winter, when she’ll stay on in the Arctic to work on Into Indigo, her exploration in images of the profound human connection to the mythic winter landscape of the Canadian Arctic. Johnson will stay a full season [...]

Greenland's World Cup Fever Lasts All Year Long: Get in the Game!

Quark passengers and crew join locals in a game of football in Nuuk, Greenland in 2013. A number of things come to mind when we think of Greenland: stunning vistas, spectacular Northern Lights and awe-inspiring fjords among them. But football [a.k.a. soccer in North America]? Visitors might be surprised to learn that football is a year-round sport here, with World Cup fever alive and well. Even in the coldest winter [...]

The South Sandwich Islands

Written by Dr. Tom Hart, Penguinologist, Oxford University, UK. Tom runs the Penguin Lifelines project at Oxford University and the Zoological Society of London, through which he monitors Antarctic wildlife using camera trapping, volunteer photos and population genetics. Tom’s PhD at Imperial College and the British Antarctic Survey investigated penguin foraging behavior around South Georgia. He loves the world’s cold places and is passionate about protecting them. Tom loves all [...]