With the arrival by helicopter of the last two members of the team, it’s all systems go to put final touches on the underwater monitoring systems in Tremblay. Remote field work needs lots of innovation and practical skills.
As an example, how do you find anchors in the Arctic? Rocks, of course! Rocks are perfect natural anchors that sink our underwater microphones to the dark depths of Tremblay Sound. These microphones are our ears under the water all year round and give us clues about what’s happening here long after we’ve left this fantastic place.
The midnight sun never sleeps in summer at Tremblay and neither does the camp. We don’t know what tomorrow will bring but for now, we watch and wait.