See the Extreme Ice Changes Near the Antarctic Peninsula | Short Film Showcase


National Geographic

Published on Oct 7, 2015

Join the Extreme Ice Survey (EIS) team on an expedition to South Georgia Island near the Antarctic Peninsula. This trip adds the Southern Hemisphere to a network of 43 time-lapse cameras placed worldwide on 24 glaciers. Capturing one photo per hour of daylight, the cameras placed on South Georgia will document the story of the island’s melting glaciers.
Extreme Ice Survey (EIS): http://extremeicesurvey.org/
Learn more about climate change: http://www.gettingthepicture.info/
See more videos from the Earth Vision Institute: http://earthvisioninstitute.org/
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See the Extreme Ice Changes Near the Antarctic Peninsula | Short Film Showcase
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