What jobs can u get in Antarctica?

What jobs can u get in Antarctica?

  • Station and Field Support Roles. Contract jobs in Antarctica.
  • Pilots. Flying in a place like no other.
  • Mariners. Opportunities to work on the RRS Sir David Attenborough.
  • Engineering and technology careers. Extreme engineering to enable world-leading polar science.
  • Antarctic pre-deployment training.
  • Stations, ships and aircraft.

What is the British Antarctic Survey doing?

British Antarctic Survey (BAS) delivers and enables world-leading interdisciplinary research in the Polar Regions.

How do I get involved in Arctic research?

There are various avenues to participate; the best way to get involved is to contact a team/group member to discuss your interests:

  1. Sea Ice Action Team.
  2. Permafrost Action Team.
  3. Land Ice & Sea-Level Action Team.
  4. Arctic Observing Working Group.
  5. Arctic Future Scenarios Working Group.
  6. Coastal Resilience Working Group.

Who owns the Sir David Attenborough ship?

NERC Research Ship Unit
RRS Sir David Attenborough

Falkland Islands
Namesake Sir David Attenborough
Owner NERC Research Ship Unit
Operator British Antarctic Survey

What was the name of the new polar research ship?

The U.K.’s new polar research ship rose to fame when Boaty McBoatface took the internet by storm as the leading vote getter in an online naming contest.

What kind of research vessel is Polar Code 4?

The Polar Code 4 ice class vessel will be equipped with wide range of specialist scientific facilities, instruments and laboratories enabling scientists to study the ocean, seafloor and atmosphere.

Are there any research ships in the world?

NOAA Research Ship Ka’Imimana (R-333). NOAAS Rainier with her namesake, Mount Rainier, in the background. RV Atlantis is operated by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. RV Neil Armstrong (AGOR-27) (Launched February 22, 2014. Now in service). RV Savannah at its home dock at the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography.

What kind of vessels are in polar waters?

The high-tech PC 3 class icebreaker vessel was designed by Rolls-Royce Marine to operate year round in polar waters, providing a high-tech facility for the study of the marine environment.