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Scientist shares Antarctica adventure with LFOLA audience
Dr. Krissa Skogen stands above Neko Harbor, an inlet of the Antarctic Peninsula, during her Antarctic expedition in November 2019. Photos Submitted
Drs. Krissa Skogen (right) and Katie Sizeland, of Sydney, Australia, travel by Zodiac near Port Lockeroy.
The 100 women who took part in the Antarctic expedition pose for a photo in December 2019.
Dr. Krissa Skogen stands next to the only two flowering plants to occur on the Antarctic continent.
Dr. Krissa Skogen took this photo of Adelie penguins.
Dr. Krissa Skogen among icebergs and brash ice, the result of glacial calving, in Cierva Cove, Antarctica.
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Antarctica is the most unique continent, environmentally, geographically, and politically.
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