Explorers See Greenland's Glaciers Like Never Before
“Usually if it's been done, I'm not too interested in it.”
That’s according to National Geographic explorer Eddie Kisfaludy, a marine biologist, pilot, and extreme data collector. With his company SciFly, Kisfaludy gathers data from some of the most intense and remote environments on the planet. He gives that data to people who need it, like the scientists and government agencies making decisions that impact our planet.
Last year, when Kisfaludy and his then fiancée, now wife, Amanda Kisfaludy, went to London to buy a new helicopter for SciFly, they had to figure out how to get their new ride back home to their headquarters in San Diego.
“Now, there's two ways to go about doing that,” says Eddie