They are talking about us

 

The New Zealand Herald recently featured our expedition and talked to Ian about some of our latest work in Ecuador:

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=11825872

 

The BBC featured some of the video taken during our expedition to accompany the press release of the Smithsonian E3 web application: http://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-37569152  

 

Ocean Optics did an interview with TBF’s Team Leader Yves Moussallam to talk about the spectroscopic techniques used during the “Trail” and some of the scientific goals of the expedition:

http://oceanoptics.com/science-behind-trail-fire-expedition/

A second interview was made with Nial Peters, talking into more details about the flame spectrometer used during the expedition and the challenges of field spectroscopy:

http://oceanoptics.com/video-trail-by-fire-flame-spectrometer/

 

Listen to Ian Schipper talking about the expedition just before we set off to Chile in an interview at Radio New Zealand:

http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/ninetonoon/audio/201775686/science-expedition-to-explore-south-american-volcanoes

 

The Deep Carbon Observatory has followed our entire expedition very closely, dedicating a special blog page:

https://deepcarbon.net/feature/unique-expedition-seek-answers-about-global-volcanic-gases#.Vxzwz3rBQsA

They featured a summary of the expedition on their website and June's newsletter:

https://deepcarbon.net/feature/trail-fire-expedition-comes-end#.V2bCq-TBQsB

 

Scripps Institution of Oceanography (UCSD) put together this short “best-off” of some of the video footage taken during the Trail. The clip is featured on a Giant screen at the Birch Aquarium:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2C1F1PcXgtU

 

Cactus Outdoor featuring our expedition in a dedicated blogpost:

http://www.cactusoutdoor.co.nz/news/trailbyfire2/

 

The Franco-Chilean Chamber of Commerce dedicated the central pages of their December magazine (pages 10-11) to our work in collaboration with Air Liquide:

http://oxi54.com/c6.php?ec=2&l=dISDvn2ueXBs&i=ZGRmm2eVZmdk&t=ZA&e=l5WkzZXPX6qcndSgcMObqc6d1qacx5hix9Oi&u=m6iq1KOdYGagkcmfkcmsZcWj0mCZ1WKhxcuWsaCiyJFpaGyZaJc&v=7

 

The webpage Sciencias.pe talked about our work in Peru:

http://ciencias.pe/noticias/por-la-ruta-del-fuego-expedici%C3%B3n-recorrer%C3%A1-volcanes-de-per%C3%BA-y-chile

 

Environmental Technology did a small piece on our use of Portable Gas Detectors:

https://www.envirotech-online.com/news/portable-field-testing/43/crowcon_detection_instruments_ltd/trail_by_fire_volcano_research_project_supportedwith_portable_gas_detectors/37310/

 

Open electronics talked about some of the components on our drone systems:

http://www.open-electronics.org/trail-by-fire-advanced-volcanology-with-open-source-drones/

 

 

Initial press releases at the onset of the expedition:

 

Land Rover:

http://newsroom.jaguarlandrover.com/en-in/land-rover/news/2015/10/lr_trail_by_fire_071015/

 

Royal Geographical Society:

http://www.rgs.org/OurWork/Grants/Expedition+fieldwork+and+independent+travel+grants/Land+Rover+Bursary.htm

 

Institute of Research for the Development (IRD):

https://www.ird.fr/toute-l-actualite/actualites/scientifiques-primes/prix-medailles/trail-by-fire-laureate-de-la-bourse-2015-land-rover-royal-geographical-society

 

Scripps Institution of Oceanography (UCSD):

https://scripps.ucsd.edu/news/field-trail-fire-takes-geoscientists-rugged-tour-south-american-volcanoes

 

Victoria University of Wellington:

https://www.victoria.ac.nz/news/2015/10/world-first-science-expedition-to-explore-south-american-volcanoes

 

Crowcon:

http://www.crowcon.com/blog/tag/trail-by-fire/

 

Ocean Optics:

http://oceanoptics.com/flame-joins-trail-by-fire-expedition/

 

Cactus Outdoor:

http://www.cactusoutdoor.co.nz/news/trailbyfire/