This question ponders the dress requirements for outdoor operations in the Antarctic winter. This is a consideration for any field project that operates in the extreme cold and part of the logistic planning of any field campaign destined for that continent.
The question was closed (and I contributed a vote, though I initially misinterpreted the question as a survival-pending-rescue scenario) but I'm not sure that was the right call. However, I'm not rescinding my binding close vote (cast as the 5th vote) just yet, as the fifth vote would have likely come in anyway, leaving the question in the same state.
I have edited the question, making its intent clear in that it asks about a logistical issue of a field project (what clothes do I need to bring with me for operations in X environment). We are a bunch of earth and planetary scientists, and many of us have taken part in field campaigns (I've done VORTEX2 and DC3) and the logistics of putting one of these together falls on the grant PIs.
Are logistic issues involved in field projects on-topic?
If you think they are, go cast a re-open vote on the linked Q and make your argument here. If you don't, leave the Q closed and make your case here.