Video production, outreach talks, blog entries and interviews
Ryleigh Moore produced videos on polar bears, sea ice, and the installation of a seasonal ice mass balance buoy. She has also given several talks to different audiences about her experiences as part of the MOSAiC School.
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Ryleigh documented the deployment process of a seasonal ice mass balance buoy (SIMB3) on camera and produced a explanatory video for educational and scientific audiences. For general audiences, Ryleigh produced a longer video on mom and cub polar bear who spent time around the ship during the expedition, as well as a video displaying the amazing geometry and beauty of sea ice.
On top of the video production, Ryleigh has given several talks about her experiences as part of the MOSAiC School. Many of the talks were at the University of Utah.
Together with MOSAiC engineer Dave Costa, Ryleigh gave an online talk to young students for "Exploring by the Seat of Your Pants" about life and work on the ship and on the sea ice. Six schools joined online and asked questions live. Furthermore, Ryleigh wrote blog posts on Getting To, From, and Around the Central Arctic for Reach the World and on Remote Sensing and Buoy Simulations: Important Tools on MOSAiC for the University of Boulder MOSAiC blog.