Fieldwork photos

For a number of years we have been running a fieldwork photo competition. All staff and students at the department of Earth Sciences are invited to participate in this annual contest. 

Below is the gallary of winning photos.

2018

1st prize: Pieter Vroon

Pieter Vroon ©
Pieter Vroon, Fieldwork Iceland

2nd prize: Ronald Vernooij
Ronald Vernooij ©
Ronald Vernooij, Fieldwork Brazil

3rd prize: Maarten Prins
Maarten Prins ©
Maarten Prins, Loss krullen in een lossgroeve nabij Kesselt, België

2017

1st prize: Ove Meisel

Ove Meisel ©
Ove Meisel: Kytalyk (Кыталык) Nature Reserve, Siberia

2nd prize: Thomas Janssen
Thomas Janssen ©
Thomas Janssen, Amazon Tower

3rd prize: Clément Brustel
Clément-Brustel ©
Clément Brustel, Ice and fumaroles in landmannalaugar, Iceland

2016

1st prize: Fraukje Brouwer

Fraukje Brouwer ©
Fraukje Brouwer: Sketching Pordoi view to Sella

2nd prize: Luca Belelli Marchesini
Luca Belelli Marchesini ©
Luca Belelli Marchesini, Sea shells protect the sand from being blown away on a beach of Texel

3rd prize: Ina Boehm
Ina Boehm ©
Ina Boehm, The hard life of geologists, Milos (Greece)

2015

1st prize: Bernd Andeweg

Bernd Andeweg ©
Bernd Andeweg, During expedition on Jan Mayen (Northern Atlantic Ocean), heading for Egoya (Egg-island) to measure fault-orientations and to place detectors for mercury close to the fumaroles on top of the crater rim

2nd prize: Ron Lootens
Ron Lootens ©
Ron Lootens, Far East Siberia, Kytalik, Carbon research

3rd prize: Jef Vandenberghe
Jef Vandenberghe ©
Jef Vandenberghe, Climbing one of the tallest compound barchan dunes in the world (250-450m high; Badain Jaran desert, Inner Mongolia, China)