Poles apart

I recently submitted four images to an International Polar Year (IPY) photo exhibit. Note that they are all copyrighted. If you wish to use any of them, you must contact me first.

1. The intense energy fluxes from the ocean to the atmosphere are made visible by the clouds at the outskirts of a polar low. This aerial photograph was taken during the IPY-THORPEX field campaign near Tromsø, Norway in March, 2008.

2. These footprints were left by scientists and the crew at a coast guard icebreaker in the sea ice near Svalbard. The photograph was taken during the IPY-THORPEX field campaign in March, 2008.

3. A helicopter leaves a coast guard icebreaker in the sea ice near Svalbard. The photograph was taken during the IPY-THORPEX field campaign in March, 2008.

4. The intense heat fluxes from the open ocean to the atmosphere can be seen as “Arctic Smoke”. The photograph was taken from a coast guard icebreaker in the sea ice near Svalbard during the IPY-THORPEX field campaign in March, 2008.

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