Location: Riberalta, Bolivia

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Weather: 36°C / 96°F Cloudy, smoke
Science Data: No field data today.
Archived webcast / slideshow: 09/17 webcast audio with slideshow visuals
Update: New content in Crater Team area -- 2 page worksheet for students and 1 page of 10 FAQ
Press: Sept. 14 Frontpage story on ICE2002 in The Baltimore Sun. Must register first at www.sunspot.net to access (its free). Thanks Rosemary.
Into the rainforest: The ICE2002 team flies from Riberalta to Cobija and on into Puero Araona via HU1 helicopters flown by the elite members of the Red Devil Squadron.
FROM RIBERALTA TO PALMASOLA AND BEYOND

The ICE2002 team has traveled from the relative comfort of Riberalta to the expedition jumppoint at Puerto Araona in the heart of the Bolivian rainforest. Living amongst the main Araona village (pop. 110) in a minature tent city, the team became acclimated to the conditions in the rainforest and explored the geology of the area down river.

WEBCAST A SUCCESS

Engineered by the team's IT and Communications Specialist (David Beverly) the ICE2002 expedition beamed back a live broadcast from the remote interior of Bolivia on Tuesday, September 17. Listen and watch as the team discusses the journey so far in this archived webcast / slideshow.

Children of Puerto Araona.
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