Edward S. Grew and Christopher J. Carson

Grew is a research professor in the School of Earth and Climate Sciences at the University of Maine in Orono. He has worked with Soviet, Australian, Japanese and U.S. expeditions to Antarctica, including a winter-over at the former Soviet station, Molodezhnaya. His specialty is the mineralogy of boron and beryllium species. Carson is a senior Antarctic geoscientist with Geoscience Australia in Canberra. He has worked in high-grade metamorphic terrains in Antarctica, the Canadian Arctic, Alaska, New Caledonia and northern Australia, specializing in metamorphic petrology and structural geology. The authors thank Davis Station leader Bob Jones and other members of the 2003–2004 Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition for logistics support during the summer field season in the Larsemann Hills.