Research Movies


This short movie gives an overview of the organisms living inside of Artic sea ice, how we conduct research on these organisms, and how they are connected to other parts of the Arctic marine food web.


Life in and Under Arctic Sea Ice

This short movie by Kim Martineau, highlights our efforts in collaboration with Riverkeeper to document water quality in the interconnected waterways around Manhattan in the days following hurricane Sandy (Nov. 2012).

Sampling New York City’s Waterways After Hurricane Sandy

This video, produced by Science Nation, describes some of the work conducted by Craig Aumack, a post doc I have been working with to study Arctic ice algae and their role in the Arctic marine food web.

Scientists Crack the Ice to Study the Arctic Marine Food Web

This short movie shows the annual spring bloom of ice algae growing inside Arctic sea ice. One of the topics my research has focused on has been the connection between these algae and other organisms within the Arctic marine food web.

The Arctic’s Secret Garden

To see additional videos please go to my Vimeo Albums:

for more videos showing how we do Arctic field work:

for videos showing field work in the Gulf of Mexico: