Monthly Archives: January 2012

Time lapse revealing the behaviour of glaciers

Time-lapse may not be the most complex of visual capture techniques in this digital age, but it does effectively highlight the change of glaciers over time. “Seeing is believing”, the tagline used by the recently established Extreme Ice Survey. This … Continue reading

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Recognising Antarctic adventurers and scientists

Antarctica, a distant continent of extreme cold and ice, presents challenges to man’s ability to survive and scientific understanding. Recent noteworthy achievements and some holiday background reading have provoked me to share news of these feats. Towards the end of … Continue reading

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