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18 October 2018 | Story Ambre Nicolson Read time 9 min.
The Weddell Sea Expedition is a joint venture between organisations in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, South Africa and New Zealand. Photo Daniel Schilperoort.

When the Weddell Sea Expedition departs for Antarctica next year, UCT oceanographers will be among those on board: Dr Sarah Fawcett, Dr Katherine Hutchinson and several UCT students. We found out why the expedition matters and what research they hope to accomplish while they’re in one of the most remote regions on the planet.

UCT was one of only a handful of institutions approached to participate in the Weddell Sea Expedition 2019. This almost unprecedented scientific expedition – a joint venture between organisations in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, South Africa and New Zealand – hopes to survey the underside of the Larsen C Ice Shelf, document the marine wildlife of the Weddell Sea ecosystem and find the wreck of Sir Ernest Shackleton's ship Endurance, which sank there in 1915. 
 

The scientists who make up the expedition will travel to the Weddell Sea at the edge of Antarctica aboard the South African vessel R/V SA Agulhas II during January and February 2019.

The scientists who make up the expedition will travel to the Weddell Sea at the edge of Antarctica aboard the South African vessel R/V SA Agulhas II during January and February 2019. Among the glaciologists, marine biogeochemists and archaeologists will be UCT oceanographers Dr Sarah Fawcett, who lectures in oceanography, and Dr Katherine Hutchinson, who recently completed her PhD.

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