Robert G. Williscroft
• Polar Explorer • Deep Sea Diver
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November 19, 2011, Jill Steele Mayer and I were married at the Los
Angeles Adventurers’ Club. This was the first ever marriage
venerable organization. About fifty Club members, friends and Jill’s
family members attended on this rainy Saturday afternoon in downtown
The ceremony was neary flawless, and several members and guests told me afterward that it was the "best" wedding ceremony they had ever witnessed.
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|SOUTH POLE WINTER-OVER 1981-1982||
a year with me at the Geographic South Pole. I was in charge of
National Science Foundation
atmospheric science projects at
Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station
for thirteen months between 1981 and 1982. Watch a slideshow
covering the entire stay, and click here
for a photo gallery from the South Pole as it was back then.
The South Polar Plateau is endlessly flat and empty. We made a t-shirt
that read: "Ski the South Pole...3 inches of powder and 10,000 feet of
base." This photo shows that endlessness, with the actual Pole inside
the circle of flags.
|IN THE HIGH ARCTIC 1978-1980||
In the Bering Sea Ice Pack
(click for larger photos)
|I spent the months between 1978 and 1980 in the Bering Sea conducting research with the Outer Continental Shelf Environment Assessment Program (OCSEAP). Our purpose was to establish a biological and ecological baseline for the region...before the first oil spill, we used to joke. Watch a slideshow of an OCSEAP season in the Bering Sea.|
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