Sub-Antarctic Landscape-Climate Interactions group
Sibusiso Sinuka are currently in Siberia’s Altai Mountains.
They are learning more about the “Natural and human environment of Arctic and Alpine areas: relief, soils, permafrost, glaciers, biota and life style of native ethnic groups in a rapidly changing climate” at the Aktru Summer School and all four of them also had the chance to present their research and do some fieldwork.
The representatives of countries that are attending the summer school had the opportunity to plant a distance board in the mountains and we are proud to see South Africa’s name held high (see photos).
For more information about this summer school – click here.
Article Cover photo: Sibusiso Sinuka, Professor Werner Nel, Professor David W. Hedding, Liezl Rudolph (Marion Island 2017 take-over).
Author: Anché Louw (Antarctic Legacy of South Africa), 20 July 2018.