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Share your questions for scientists aboard an Antarctic expedition

Spanish actor Javier Bardem on the deck of Greenpeace ship the Arctic Sunrise this week.
Spanish actor Javier Bardem on the deck of Greenpeace ship the Arctic Sunrise this week. Photograph: Christian Aslund/AFP/Getty Images

Antarctic exploration brings challenges, but also surprises that can often seem out of this world – according to those lucky enough to experience the adventure. We’d like you to share your thoughts, and questions, as Guardian journalists report direct from the region as part of a Greenpeace expedition.

The organisation will be monitoring the impact of krill fishing on whales and other creatures, and how climate change is affecting the world’s oceans.

Travelling aboard the Arctic Sunrise is reporter Matthew Taylor, who will be putting some of your questions to scientists and experts and using the responses in his reporting in the coming days.

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You can share your questions with our journalists, and the experts on the Greenpeace expedition, via our encrypted form below.

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This article titled "Share your questions for scientists aboard an Antarctic expedition" was written by Guardian readers, for on Tuesday 13 February 2018 03.30pm

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