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A 2014 documentary of the melting of the world's glaciers, ice shelves and ice sheets using time-lapse photography. Deeply disturbing, but ice is inanimate.
  • Creators: Warner Brothers release of a Jeff Orlowski
  • Used by people who call the work: Gaia Theory/Science-Based Systems Thinking
  • Applies a deep time evolutionary perspective to: Biology and Earth Systems Science, Ecology/Sustainability
  • Learning Stages: Adult Education, Higher Education, Lifelong, Middle 6 - 8, Secondary 9 - 12
  • Types: Video
  • Keywords: Chasing Ice, extreme ice, global climate change, sea level rise, melting ice, melting glaciers
  • Why I love this Resource: Disturbing wake up call for humanity.
  • Link to Resource: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OeQufEjU8fM
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  • Person/organization that added resource: James MacAllister
  • Date Added: July 25, 2017

One response to “Chasing Ice”

  1. Jim,
    Thanks for posting this. It is a spectacular film. After Robert Redford watched the screening of this film at his Sundance Festival he said, “You’ve never seen anything like this before.” The rate of ice dissolution in the Arctic and Antarctic is shocking. The recent ice separation from Larsen C ice field in Antarctica has created a trillion ton ice berg the size of the State of Connecticut. These shrinking ice fields in Polar Regions are a clear example of how climate change warming trends will affect other parts of the globe, including our own.
    Mike

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