Using giant screws to reduce the footprint of Arctic research

By Geerte Fälthammar In the early summer of 2021, a team of researchers and students screwed meter-long soil-screws into the tundra in Northern Sweden and Greenland. Now, one stormy –and even snowy- summer later, they are still standing. The goal was to tackle the problem of tripods that keep falling over, and that need toContinue reading “Using giant screws to reduce the footprint of Arctic research”