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Follow my progress

By Liam // Tuesday 11 Sep // 14:20:42 // 10 Comments // View

Please send all your messages of support and questions to me on the boat and will answer them on Thursday 20th 11.00 UK time but please send them in before Wednesday evening for me to be able to answer them.

Hope you are all well and waiting for your comments

Liam

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Farewell Farewell

By Liam // Tuesday 11 Sep // 12:10:50 // 1 Comment // View

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Hello everyone, hope you are all well.

I’m having a great time, but we are certainly being kept busy. We have had talks from a scientist, Mark Maslin who spoke about how we can tackle climate change. We also have had a series of workshop, the art and media being my favourite. It was a brilliant experience filming as well as being filmed and art workshop inspired me to do a series of art pieces. We also had a interview with T4 and we all had to act really funky.

Bye for now
Liam

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Arctic Q/A Session: Liam

By Liam // Tuesday 11 Sep // 10:04:37 // 7 Comments // View

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Watch the first clip from Liam at Southbank Centre, London (from Tuesday 11 September), find out how you can follow him during the expedition and read the initial questions posted on the website. (Duration: 45 secs)
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Brain coral muse

By Liam // Wednesday 5 Sep // 21:53:22 // View

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Hear from Liam on what inspired his film project and his motivation for being on the voyage. (Duration: 48 secs)

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Profile: Liam

By Liam // Monday 3 Sep // 12:56:10 // 5 Comments // View

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Liam
Riddlesdown High School, Croydon, UK

Science Project
Liam wants to study the difference in salinity of the water from various sources: open sea / by a glacier / along the shoreline etc.The density of water is affected by temperature and salinity which are crucial components in the study of how ocean currents work. Any changes in ocean currents will affect the climate.

Art Project
Liam will collect footage and examples of all the science/art work done on the voyage to build into a “Science Road-show” that will be taken to primary schools and community groups in the local area. The aim is to convey the issues of climate change to others in the community.

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