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Hartz, fieldsafety, East Greenland
19-05-06
EXAMPLES OF WHAT TO BRING
Personal gear packed in a big backpack.
Clothes to travel in (left in Constable Point)
Field pants 2
Fleece/jogging pants 1
shorts 1
underwear/pants 4?
tights 1
long underpants 1-2
wool/polypro undershirts 2
Field shirts 2
Fleece/wool sweater 1
T-shirts 2
Sweat shirt 1
Light wind/rain jacket 1
"gore-tex" jacket/pants 1
Heavy hiking boots, (not plastic
mountaineering things)
running shoes
"rafting sandals"
neoprene socks (to cross rivers)
wool socks 4? pairs
‘work gloves’ + warm gloves or mittens
hats 2
Cap
neck gaiter/ scarf
small towels 2
personal washing gear
sunscreen: skin and lips
knife
sunglasses 2
sleeping bags (-10oC)
Pillow cover (fill: fleece shirt)
Therm-a-rest
Photo of pet/mom/wife/girlfriend
Day back pack (I use a 50 L stiff frame
back, a 30-40 L pack is fine, I do not
recommend ‘soft ‘ packs to carry rocks
in)
Camera and film/digital, batteries
fanny pack (e.g. Lowe mesarunner)
thermos
water bottle
Hammer 1
compass 2
hand lens
binoculars?
GPS
‘special ‘geology equipment?
paper, envelopes
Pencils/pens/color pencils
Mosquito face net
Mosquito repellent
Tax free ‘liquid food’ (get in AEY)
Whistle
Sturdy tags with your name and address for
sending you rocks home.
Things that the expedition (I) brings along to us all:
Some maps, chech if you need yourself
Survival suits
Regional literature
Water proof bags for boat use.
Climbing helmets
WHF radios, Satellite phone, Satellite
Sample bags
personal location beacon, HF radio.
Tents
Laser ranger
Cocking/eating stuff
Rock drill
Food
Insulated bivouac bag
First aid things
Light emergency tent
Riffles, ammo and flair guns
Wind sack
signal ammunition with trip line
1 extra Sleeping pad
The weather is usually (but not always) sunny and dry, ‘warm’ in the day cold in the night.
However, we can get ‘real’ winter weather (Snow). The closer we are to the coast, the larger is
the change of rain.
If sleeping in strong sun is a problem, bring something to cover your eyes (i.e. cotton scarf). In
strong winds tents can be noisy, you might want ear plugs.
If there is anything you want to know, then ask.
Best regards,
Ebbe H. Hartz
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