I’ll be heading out to Iceland again in Easter 2019 to carry out some repeat UAV surveys of my field sites, fortunately, the equipment is a little more portable this year. I’m looking forward to seeing the topography change over the last year. I’ll also be carrying out a thermal imaging survey from the drone at dawn/dusk to help identify areas of ground ice. In addition to this, I will be building on the geophysics (EM-31) collected last year, by using resistivity to collect resistivity sounds to help constrain cover and ice thickness. Depending on how the preliminary tests go next week I may also collect some 2D transects using a different configuration of the resistivity equipment. As mentioned before this fieldwork is kindly supported by the NSGG.