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LC-130 transport from Kangerlussuaq to EGRIP

09.03.2018
Logistics

The EGRIP ice core drilling and surface science activities begin by opening EGRIP camp on April 27. More than 12 LC-130 departures from Kangerlussuaq to EGRIP camp are planned for this Summer.  Full field plan is available on http://eastgrip.org/documentation/2018/2018_03_02_EGRIP2018FieldPlan_dra....

EGRIP camp will also host AWI Bremerhafen Basler air craft and several Twin Otters.

Start date
27.04.2018
End date
25.08.2018
Itinerary
more than 12 flights during period between EGRIP and Kangerlussuaq
Organisation
University of Copenhagen
Department
Centre for Ice and Climate
Type of transport
Military fixed-wing aircraft
Open seats, if any
Can be negotiated through EGRIP operations: m.kirk@nbi.ku.dk, lbl@nbi.ku.dk, jps@nbi.ku.dk and during field operations through fom@egrip.camp
Available payload, if any
Can be negotiated through EGRIP operations: m.kirk@nbi.ku.dk, lbl@nbi.ku.dk, jps@nbi.ku.dk and during field operations through fom@egrip.camp
Status
Open
Area
Greenland, North-East
Logistic coordinator
University of Copenhagen

During the period 20.april to 28 august 2018 EGRIP Field Operations Office in Kangerlussuaq will be open: EGRIP 2018, Box 12, 3910 Kangerlussuaq, KISS building room 208. tel +299 84 11 51 or +299 52 41 25. Email: fom@egrip.camp

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