Photos from fieldwork - NEEM View from the Hercules window somewhere over Disco Bay. Newly arrived field scientists are waving good bye to the Hercules that brought them to NEEM camp. The three story high main dome at NEEM camp. This is where the kitchen and shower is located as well as the cinema. Halo over NEEM camp. Tent acting as temporary laboratory for air and snow samples. The turret behind the tent gathers air samples from different heights above the ground. A very primitive laboratory for snow sample processing. The melted snow is filtered through ion exchange columns which are brought back to Uppsala University for further analyze. Newly drilled ice core waiting to be logged. All ice cores are logged and given id numbers to be able to know from which depth they are taken. The line scanner is scanning an ice core. This is done to be able to study the structure of the ice crystals and to be able to detect different layers. The "Swiss saw" is cutting an ice core. The ice core is divided into several different small pieces which are sent to laboratories over the world for further analyzes. The ice saw dust from the Swiss saw cutting is gathered for 10Be studies at Uppsala University. Anna Sturevik Storkm taking snow samples for 10Be studies.