It's easy to let time slip by quickly without realising how much you have been doing sometimes though, so here's a quick flash back on some of the key things I've been up to in the past year
Of course, a lot of the time was spent organising and preparing for the main field trip, which took place May - July. There are A LOT of blog posts in the archive through those months as I attempted to post a photo a day (which didn't quite happen, but almost!), but here's my coming home post for a summary!
Closer to home, October brought a gear-shift into the 3rd year of the PhD (alarm bells!), which on the up side meant I moved into my own (temporarily) little corner of the department and have plastered the walls with all things Svalbard. I'm hoping Mr Lime tree will get used to it, over the year I've harvested 6 limes and not all of them got lost in G n' T !
So what's on the cards this year? Mainly writing, writing and more writing. Gareth and I are working on collating an edited book following the Locating Values conference sessions, which is quite exciting. There are some interesting conferences coming up in the summer over in mainland Europe as well as the Gregynog PhD conference in March to look forward to. So, lot's to keep busy with...