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Beagle 2010

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In March 2010 I was offered the chance to sail on the clipper Stad Amsterdam, which is re-sailing the route that Charles Darwin sailed on HMS Beagle, some 150 years ago.

During the trip I provided some background information on my work on desert dust and its multitude of relations with the climate system. To this end I invited the VPRO crew to the Australian outback to get to know my Australian colleagues and the work we are doing there.

Below are some items I contributed to (mostly links to the VPRO-Beagle website, most in Dutch)

The ”rough cut” of our filming in Lake Corangamite

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The tweagle on Iron fertilisation

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The TV episode dealing with Iron fertilisation

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A blog I wrote on desert dust in climate archives

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A blog I wrote on the Australian dust machine

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Click for an interview that Tjitske Mussche made for Noorderlicht radio
or click here to download the MP3 (7Mb right-click: save file as)

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An item that Fleur made on our trip to Lake Corangamite

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A “Scheepsjournaal”: little film about me collecting dust at sea

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A blog I wrote on Ocean fertilisation

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A blog that Eef wrote on a heated discussion between Russ and me

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A blog I wrote on our dusty project in the Australian outback