Teaching Fellowship Provided an Opportunity of a Lifetime

Len Doel


Len Doel

Len was successful with his application, which allowed him to spend his year focussing on four key elements of his project: 1) studying the data collection devices used in flooding and tsunami detection; 2) investigating open and deep ocean research in the Chatham Rise area; 3) participating in the release of an upper atmospheric research instrument package; and 4) in the summer of 2008/09, two different projects in Antarctica. After returning from nine weeks in the McMurdo Sound area, Len writes this piece for Antarctic about his experience while completing the Antarctic component of his project.

Leo Doel – Antarctic: Vol 27, No 2, 2009

Teaching Resources

Please find below a selection of teaching resources prepared by Leo Doel after traveling to Antarctica and working with the nzTABS reseach project, which are available for download.


Diary: A Typical Field Day

Antarctic Dry Valley Guided Inquiry Plan

Make a Time Lapse Camera Controller

Create a video from still images