Life and Work at an Antarctic Research Station
Jim Stretch and Sybil Carrere were given the opportunity to conduct research during an over-winter stay at Palmer Station, Anvers Island, Antarctica.  
Palmer Station was one of four stations in the U.S. Antarctic Research Program, affectionately known as USARP.  Its location, on the Antarctic Peninsula, is euphemistically considered to be the Banana Belt of Antarctica. 
In their talk, they will share with you some of their experiences and photographs during our time living in Antarctica and Stretch’s research on Antarctic krill and Sybil’s research on adaptation to isolated and confined environments.