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Antarctic 2001-2002

The JCR in Arctic waters

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09 June 2002 - Into the Channel

02 June 2002 - Crossing The Line

26 May 2002 - it's getting warmer..

12 May 2002 - Crew Change

28 April 2002 - Goodbye from Captain Burgan's Crew

21 April 2002 - Amazing stats week.....

08 April 2002 - Rolling Around

25 March 2002 - The End of JR71 Science Cruise

13 March 2002 - Born to Swath!

24 February 2002 - Core Science

17 February 2002 - It's time for geoscience!

03 February 2002 - A view from the top deck

28 January 2002 - A fishy tale or two....

21 January 2002 - Stromness.....oh yes!!

14 January 2002 - Fog on the Science Cruise

06 January 2002 - Happy New Year - All Change!

28 December 2001 - Christmas at Sea, then homeward bound

16 December 2001 - Stanley Bound

09 December 2001 - Rothera and Pack Ice

02 December 2001 - Deception Island, Port Lockroy and lots of snow and ice!

25 November 2001 - The BBC and a Science Cruise

18 November 2001 - Signy, then back to Stanley

11 November 2001 - Bird Island

04 November 2001 - Relief!

28 October 2001 - Stanley at last!

21 October 2001 - Next Stop: Stanley, Falkland Islands

14 October 2001 - All at Sea!

07 October 2001 - All about "Black Smokers"

30 September 2001 - "Mowing the lawn" off Ascension Island

23 September 2001 - Down South Again

16 September 2001 - Sailing South