Profile: Liam

By Liam // Monday 3 Sep // 12:56:10 // 5 Comments


Riddlesdown High School, Croydon, UK

Science Project
Liam wants to study the difference in salinity of the water from various sources: open sea / by a glacier / along the shoreline etc.The density of water is affected by temperature and salinity which are crucial components in the study of how ocean currents work. Any changes in ocean currents will affect the climate.

Art Project
Liam will collect footage and examples of all the science/art work done on the voyage to build into a “Science Road-show” that will be taken to primary schools and community groups in the local area. The aim is to convey the issues of climate change to others in the community.

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  1. Steve Upson Sunday 9 Sep, 2007 // 23:38:15

    Well done Liam! An unforgettable experience. Fair winds and good sailing. Carrot cake is in the oven.

    Mum and Dad

  2. Riddlesdown School Thursday 13 Sep, 2007 // 11:46:39

    Hello Liam! what an exciting time you must be having. I was really thrilled to hear about your expedition and I am sure your parents are so proud of you. I shall be logging in and keeping an eye on my famous ex pupil. Have a great time. Kate Dixon

  3. Stephanie Saturday 15 Sep, 2007 // 9:58:26

    Dear Liam,
    You don’t know me, but I also go to Riddlesdown. I just wanted to wish you luck, and to ask; what were your first impressions of the arctic?

  4. Stephanie Leigh Saturday 22 Sep, 2007 // 12:20:45

    Hey Liam! Thought I’d drop by and leave you a comment! I watched your video blogs, there well good! I bet your having an amazing time! You’ll have to tell me all about it at cadets 😀

    Steph xx

  5. Hayley Wednesday 26 Sep, 2007 // 12:23:45

    Hey Liam hope we can see eachother soon and you can show me some of your moves on the dance floor lol so miss ya lv ya xxxx

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