It’s a good deal chillier at Toolik Field Station, Alaska, where MBL Logan Science Journalism Fellows are delving into the world of field station research, guided by investigators from the MBL Ecosystems Center. Check out the fellows’ blog, with beautiful photos of the Arctic and its midnight sun, at toolikblog.wordpress.com. The fellows will be at Toolik until July 1.

Logan SJP Fellow Jennifer Weiss, from XXX, stands in an aufeis near Toolik Lake. An aufeis forms when an underground stream breaks through the ground and the water freezes when it hits the air. Photo by Emily Stone

Logan SJP Fellow Jennifer Weiss, from the Newark-based Star-Ledger newspaper, stands in an aufeis near Toolik. An aufeis forms when an underground stream breaks through the ground and the water freezes when it hits the air. Photo by Emily Stone

The 09 Logan SJP Fellows at Toolik Lake: Front, from left: Chris Neill (MBL), Jennifer Weiss, Alisa Opar, Kelly Rockwell, Jude Isabella; (L to R, back): Tracey Logan, Charles Michael Ray, Rich McHorney (MBL), Lisa Jarvis, Jane Qiu, Emily Stone. Photo by Dave Gallagher

The 09 Logan SJP Fellows at Toolik Field Station: Front, from left: Chris Neill (MBL), Jennifer Weiss, Alisa Opar, Kelly Rockwell, Jude Isabella; (L to R, back): Tracey Logan, Charles Michael Ray, Rich McHorney (MBL), Lisa Jarvis, Jane Qiu, Emily Stone. Photo by Dave Gallagher