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On Land in Greenland: A Photo Essay

On Land in Greenland: A Photo Essay

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 12, 2017 0

Because Greenland is the largest island in the world, it makes sense that many people’s travels there are boat-based, as mine were four years ago. There is little infrastructure: roads are rare, and places

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Video: Old Photos Allow Us to Watch Greenland Melt

Video: Old Photos Allow Us to Watch Greenland Melt

Candice Gaukel Andrews September 1, 2016 1

Thanks to some newly discovered aerial photographs from the 1930s, we can now see the retreat of some Greenland glaciers through time. Watch!

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Travels in Greenland: A Photo Journal

Travels in Greenland: A Photo Journal

Candice Gaukel Andrews January 29, 2015 21

Of all the places I’ve traveled to, Greenland is the most complicated, I think. While there are commonalities with other spots in the world, Greenland always seems to put its own, special twist on

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Video of the Week: Tremendous Number of Whales in Antarctica!

Video of the Week: Tremendous Number of Whales in Antarctica!

Chris Miller September 5, 2014 0

On a recent Natural Habitat Antarctica Expedition, guests were treated to a wildlife encounter of a lifetime. Watch as they are surrounded by an astonishing number of whales and porpoises off the coast of

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Video of the week: Polar Bear Quest for Sea Ice

Video of the week: Polar Bear Quest for Sea Ice

Chris Miller June 27, 2014 0

Arctic Bear Productions gave us goose bumps with this stunning perspective of a polar bear family’s journey in search of sea ice. The video was shot 100% on the GoPro HD HERO3+® camera allowing for extraordinary

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New Study Reports Antarctica Ice Sheet Instability, but Is It Unstoppable?

New Study Reports Antarctica Ice Sheet Instability, but Is It Unstoppable?

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 13, 2014 4

The more we travel, the more we understand the connectedness of every spot on the globe. But even if our travels are mostly virtual, today—in our rapidly shrinking world—we know there’s a reason to

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