I just re-discovered four stunning science videos from the last expedition to reach Petermann Gletscher in Greenland. Each video is 3-6 minutes long and was made professionally by Saskia Madlener of 77th Parallel Productions with partial support from the US National Science Foundation. They were first posted at
and relate to a joint 2015 US-Swedish Expedition. The project involved diverse groups of geological, physical, biological, and chemical scientists from Sweden, England, Scotland, Denmark, Germany, Canada, and the USA who all worked together aboard the Swedish icebreaker Oden for 6 weeks. [For full resolution HD video click on the Vimeo icon in the video.]Petermann Glacier 2015 – Overview from 77th Parallel on Vimeo. Petermann Glacier 2015 – Ocean & Ice from 77th Parallel on Vimeo. Petermann Glacier 2015 – Rocks & Shells from 77th Parallel on Vimeo. Petermann Glacier 2015 – Expedition from 77th Parallel on Vimeo.
Thanks for reblogging these, I enjoyed watching them.
I felt the same and I had a dream tonight that I need to tell you about elsewhere 😉
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