Permalink: https://www.media.greenpeace.org/archive/Scientist-Dr--Susanne-Lockhart-on-the-Arctic-Sunrise-in-Antarctica-27MZIFJXPNZIW.htmlConceptually similarScientist Dr. Susanne Lockhart on the Arctic Sunrise in AntarcticaGP0STRGX7Completed★★★★Scientist Susanne Lockhart on the Arctic Sunrise in ChileGP0STREGNCompleted★★★★Dr. Susanne Lockhart in the AntarcticGP0STRI9LCompleted★★★★Scientist Susanne Lockhart onboard the Arctic SunriseGP0STREJACompleted★★★★Submersible Dive In AntarcticaGP1SX0GGCompleted★★★★Submersible Dive In AntarcticaGP1SXC6SReadyForCataloguing★★★★Submersible Dive In AntarcticaGP1SXC6QReadyForCataloguing★★★★Submersible Dive In AntarcticaGP1SXC70ReadyForCataloguing★★★★Submersible Dive In AntarcticaGP1SWZRNCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STRGX5Scientist Dr. Susanne Lockhart on the Arctic Sunrise in AntarcticaDr. Susanne Lockhart, Antarctic biologist from California Academy of Science onboard Greenpeace ship the Arctic Sunrise in Hope Bay in Antarctica. Susanne is a benthic specialist, who has worked for NOAA (US Govt), contributed to the FAO (UN) and been involved in CCAMLR (Antarctic Governance). Susanne’s work has been used by a host of international agencies to provide data in decision-making around the designation of Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems, specifically in the Antarctic, working with the Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources (CCAMLR). CCAMLR is the international body responsible for governing the Antarctic waters and which will make the final decision on whether or not to approve the new Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary in the Weddell Sea.Locations:Antarctic-Hope Bay-Trinity PeninsulaDate:17 Jan, 2018Credit:© Christian Åslund / GreenpeaceMaximum size:7485px X 4991pxKeywords:Day-Eye contact-Greenpeace ships-KWCI (GPI)-MY Arctic Sunrise-Oceans (topography)-One person-Outdoors-Portraits-Protect the Antarctic (campaign title)-Scientists-WomenShoot:Antarctic Ship Tour - Leg One - Photos by Christian ÅslundGreenpeace is on a three-month expedition to the Antarctic to carry out scientific research, including seafloor submarine dives and sampling for plastic pollution, to highlight the urgent need for the creation of a 1.8 million square kilometre Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary to safeguard species like whales and penguins.