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Interview With A Deep Sea Submarine Pilot

February 22nd, 2011 | By | Filed in ACTIVITIES, IN THE NEWS, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY

Deep sea exploration technology is always interesting! This interview by marine biologist Al Dove with Don Liberatore, pilot of the Johnson Sea Link submarine comes to us via Don (who possibly has one of the coolest jobs ever) also gave a brief tour of the sub, which is shared on Al’s blog.

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Walking On The Tundra

February 18th, 2011 | By | Filed in Uncategorized

Image by ascappatura on Flickr, licenced under creative commons.

Arctic Photography Book by Ragnar Axelsson

February 17th, 2011 | By | Filed in Current Events, IN THE NEWS

Polarworld, the publishers of Face To Face, Polar Portraits, have a gorgeous new photography book available. Last Days of the Arctic by Ragnar Axelsson is full of stunning imagery and has earned rave reviews. I highly recommend viewing the flipbook ‘preview’ on Polarworld’s website here.

The New York Times has this to say –

‘He has trekked through glacial storms, fallen through rifts and awakened on ice that has drifted out to sea. But Ragnar Axelsson just keeps coming back … His stark photographs capture a place of extremes, bathed in surreal white Arctic light. Cathedral-like icebergs miniaturize man, a hungry sled dog howls and a hunter in a frosted hood meets you with his tired gaze.’

Pre-order the book on, or purchase directly from the publishers on their website.

Ragnar Axelsson also maintains a personal site showcasing more of his work.

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Baby Polar Bear Greets The World

February 14th, 2011 | By | Filed in IN THE NEWS

Photo credits: Sussi Køber / Aalborg Zoo, Via Zooborns

Once again the Zooborns website brings us some great baby photos of our favorite bears.

From their site –

For the first time last week, mama Polar Bear “Malik” coaxed her three month old cub out of their cozy den for a little outdoor adventure at Denmark’s Aalborg Zoo.

A Tipping Point For The Arctic Climate?

February 10th, 2011 | By | Filed in Current Events, IN THE NEWS

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This video of Dr. Steven C. Amstrup from Polar Bears International follows up on the article we’ve reported on in the past, presenting hope for the future of Polar Bear survival. His research does not find a ‘tipping point’ in the summer sea ice, suggesting the changes in climate are entirely related to greenhouse emissions.

“There’s a widely held perception that nothing can be done to help polar bears and the arctic ecosystem,” says Amstrup. “Our findings show this isn’t true.”

Exploratory Trip With National Geographic Television

February 9th, 2011 | By | Filed in AK NEWS, AK PRODUCTS & SERVICES, Filmmakers, Photographers

Recently shared on our facebook albums, a whole series of great photos from a recent exploratory trip with National Geographic Television to James Bay in northern Ontario.

Aurora over basecamp. Photo credit - Andrew Casagrande, National Geographic Filmmaker.

A turbo beaver waiting on the windswept sea ice of James Bay as we head off by snowmobile and snowshoe to follow polar bear tracks spotted from the air.

Ernest, our Cree guide, naturalist interpreter and animal tracker.

Welcome Back, Sun!

February 8th, 2011 | By | Filed in AK NEWS

After nearly 2 months of absence, the sun crests the horizon just over the mountains. Photo shot on February 3, 2011 by Thomas Lennartz at 12:00 noon in Arctic Bay.

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