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Chile
Climate Studies
Staff Post

Back to Where I've Never Been

by Jack Henry Buck


Patagonia is vast. It may not look so large on a map, but seeing it stretch before you, experiencing it firsthand, this land is enormous. And it is overflowing with...
March 12, 2020
Chile
Climate Studies
Student Post

Impressions of Chile

by Luke Stover


At the beginning of the fall semester, we asked student Luke Stover to share with us his initial impressions of the program. We checked back in with Luke as the...
December 19, 2019
Chile
Climate Studies
Staff Post

SFS' First Directed Research in Patagonia

by Gabriela Stablein


After a rigorous semester of learning as much as they can about science and how it can relate to the harsh Patagonian landscape, our students have seized the opportunity to...
December 3, 2019
Chile
Climate Studies
Student Post

Running through Puerto Natales

by Cayley Delancey


I’ve never been a runner, but I’ve always believed that the best way to learn about a new place is on foot, and the fastest way to travel on foot...
November 6, 2019
Chile
Climate Studies
Student Post

Untold Stories of Patagonia

by Claire Connors


Last week, we traveled down to Punta Arenas to board a ship which took us through the fjords of Tierra del Fuego. Among the glaciers, penguins, and choppy seas, we...
October 7, 2019
Chile
Climate Studies
Faculty Post

Welcome to Patagonia

by Greg Zielinski, Ph.D.


This is the very first post from the new SFS Center for Climate Studies in Puerto Natales, Chile, right on the doorstep of Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia....
September 18, 2019
		
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