New paper in Journal for Geoscience Education

 

Congratulations to Kim Senger (UNIS) for sticking out a multifaceted review process which has resulted in a new article in the Journal of Geoscience Education.

The article covers the use of digital outcrop models as a central component in Arctic education programmes where short field seasons can be extended through virtual access. In addition, these models are the basis for virtual field trips, to enhance accessibility to a challenging environment where logistics prevent the most of us from visiting these spectacular settings. The full article is here:

https://doi.org/10.1080/10899995.2020.1813865

 

SENGER, K., BETLEM, P., BIRCHALL, T., BUCKLEY, S.J., COAKLEY, B., EIDE, C.H., FLAIG, P., FORIEN, M., GALLAND, O., GONZAGA JR., L., JENSEN, M., KURZ, T., LECOMTE, I., MAIR, K., MALM, R.H., MULROONEY, M., NAUMANN, N., NORDMO, I., NOLDE, N., OGATA, K., RABBEL, O., SCHAAF, N.W., and SMYRAK-SIKORA, A., 2020. Using digital outcrops to make the high Arctic more accessible through the Svalbox database, Journal of Geoscience Education, DOI: 10.1080/10899995.2020.1813865.

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