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    In February of 2018, three Latvian geologists – Kristaps Lamers, Maris Krievans and Janis Karuss – went to the Antarctic in a historic expedition… Read More
    In February of 2018, three Latvian geologists – Kristaps Lamers, Maris Krievans and Janis Karuss – went to the Antarctic in a historic expedition. Antarctica contains the largest modern-day ice shields that hold most of the world’s freshwater. The expedition will include surveys of small island glaciers and Antarctic Peninsula exit-glaciers, as well as unique samples of rock, sediment, soil and ice for the analyses of the Faculty of Geography and Earth Sciences’ laboratories will be collected. These studies will contribute to the understanding of modern processes and glacier dynamics in the vicinity of the Antarctic Peninsula by scientists from Latvia and other countries, as well as raising public awareness of global climate change and the effects of glacial melting. Read Less
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Agency: Tribe Riga
Photographer: Gatis Gierts
Stylist: Polina Lvova
Make–up: Eva Beket
Creative director: Gatis Rozenfelds
Art director: Levan Lomidze
Project manager: Marta Ziverte
Public relations: Kseniya Mihailova
Cast: Kristaps LamstersAgnis RečsJānis Karušs,
Māris Krievāns& Mishka un Mora.