Sony HD CamCorderSony HD CamCorderUsing rugged and light weight but high quality HD cameras, adventurous video crews taped multiple stories on locations north and south, starting in March 2007, and continuing through April 2008, that both capture the scientific process as well as the personalities of the researchers and Arctic residents. Click on the screens for background on the places and science projects which POLAR-PALOOZA has been documenting. To see new video from the locations, visit the MediaPalooza section or click on the Podcast button on the HDvCC subpage to view the latest video clips.

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Antarctica 2007-2008
Norwegian-US Scientific Traverse
Ground truthing climate change in Greenland
Arctic Voices
USCG Icebreaker HEALY - Cruising the Bering Sea
McMurdo Dry Valleys - Life in the Cold & Dark

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