The last sampling day occurred two weeks ago at the GreenEdge ice camp, on July 22th. The final team to leave Qikiqtarjuaq contacted me on July 27th from Iqaluit, which means WE DID IT! All the instruments are in Sea-Cans ready to be returned to Quebec City on the sealift, the samples were transferred to the CCGS Amundsen and will return to Quebec City in October. Now is the time to do a little recap of the operations. Everything, or almost everything, went according to plan, and we suffered no major injuries or losses of equipment. Continue reading Chapeau à toute l’équipe!!!
The title of Artist in Residence in Qikiqtarjuaq was initiated by France Pinczon du Sel and is one of the projects supported by Vagabond. It was in this context that Christian Morel, a French photographer, came to the community for 16 days in March to create an artistic legacy.
The polar yacht Vagabond, moored off the coast of Qikiqtarjuaq (Nunavut, Canada) has been collaborating with the Green Edge researchers since the very beginning of the project. Éric Brossier, captain of Vagabond, provides essential support for the Green Edge Project and is one of the pillars of the ice camp.