Murmansk, the metropolis on the Barents Sea, is anything but Russia's cold north. There's always something going on here, for example the Olympic Polar Games. Ice surfing and ice swimming, reindeer racing, the first atom ice breaker in the history of the world, a corner shop in ice and snow, endearing village school lessons and the singing Norwegian Sea Fleet - arctic lifestyle far away, north of the polar circle.
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In the winter of 2015, an ice-bound Norwegian research vessel drifted with the shrinking Arctic ice for half a year while an international team of 70 scientists worked to better understand the effects of rising temperatures and changing Arctic sea ice. It was the first wintertime Arctic Sea ice experiment to study the thinner ice pack, owing in part to the challenges of the extreme Arctic environment: very low temperatures, dangerous ice conditions and nearby polar bears. Three scientists report on the findings from the experiment, and its implications. Participants: Mats Granskog, Norwegian Polar Institute, Tromsø, Norway; Amelie Meyer, Norwegian Polar Institute, Tromsø, Norway; Von Patrick Walden, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, U.S.A.
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Sixty eight percent of the earth's fresh water is locked up in glaciers and ice caps. At the accelerated rate of melting we are now experiencing, scientists predict that almost all of Norway's 1600 glaciers will disappear in the next 100 years, with similar predictions for the world's other glaciers. Sea ice in the arctic is experiencing an even faster rate of melting, since the exposed blue sea absorbs much more heat from the sun than the reflective surface of the disappearing ice. The prognosis for polar bears, which depend on sea ice for their very existence, is not good. Calving is common at the dozens of glaciers spilling out from the rugged coastline of the Svalbard Archipelago, which is at 80 degrees north, close to the North Pole - yet there is little ice in the water. This is a very recent phenomenon.
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This small lake outside Stockholm, Sweden, emits otherworldly sounds as Mårten Ajne skates over its precariously thin, black ice. “Wild ice skating,” or “Nordic skating,” is both an art and a science. A skater seeks out the thinnest, most pristine black ice possible—both for its smoothness, and for its high-pitched, laser-like sounds. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe #NationalGeographic #Skating #ThinIce About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Black ice is recently frozen, and can be as thin as 2 inches and still support the weight of a skater. Like a dome or arch, the support comes from the sides rather than the top, and the water underneath prevents the ice from breaking. But, experience and careful advance planning are key. Factors including temperature, atmospheric conditions, and even satellite images of the Earth’s surface are considered. It’s complicated, but appealing to mathematicians like Ajne. Even with preparation, there’s a risk of falling in… So it’s best done in groups, for safety. Read about the science behind Nordic skating in "How Skating on Thin Ice Creates Laser-Like Sounds" https://www.nationalgeographic.com/adventure/activities/winter-sports/skating-thin-black-ice-creates-sound-nordic-spd/ Hear the Otherworldly Sounds of Skating on Thin Ice | National Geographic https://youtu.be/v3O9vNi-dkA National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
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The research vessel Lance was frozen into the Arctic ice pack in the midst of the polar night in January 2015, under the auspices of Norwegian Polar Institute led project N-ICE2015 to study the effects and feedbacks of the thinning of Arctic sea ice. For 6 months the ship will serve as platform for about a hundred scientists from more than ten nations studying the interaction of the atmosphere, ice, ocean and marine ecosystem, to help us understand future changes better.
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Having just arrived in Greenland, the first challenge for the Operation IceBridge Arctic 2015 campaign was to survey a broad swath of Arctic sea ice … and along the way, locate and precisely overfly a Norwegian research vessel frozen in the quickly moving ice pack. In this quick mission update, Flight Team Lead John Sonntag gives us the story from the field. For more on the Lance overflight and Operation IceBridge: www.nasa.gov/icebridge This video is public domain and can be downloaded at: http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/goto?11827 Like our videos? Subscribe to NASA's Goddard Shorts HD podcast: http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/vis/iTunes/f0004_index.html Or find NASA Goddard Space Flight Center on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/NASA.GSFC Or find us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/NASAGoddard
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This film shows Norway at its best. Only if the weather was fine, we switched the record button of our camera. The result is a touching documentary about this breathtaking country. The film shows primeval landscapes, fjords, glaciers, culture and animals in the typical clear, dust free lights of the northern hemisphere. The warm Gulf Stream creates a mild climate also above the arctic circle. So agriculture and live-stock breeding is possible where one expects strong winters and cold summers. At some of the slopes of the fjords even strawberries, cherries and apples grow. Only the hinterland in the far north is covered in deep snow during the winter until Easter. But the Sami and the reindeers are pretty well adapted to these conditions.
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Mingming II meets mixed weather as she runs the gauntlet of the jet stream. Learn more at www.thesimplesailor.com
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Subscribe to the official Ludovico Einaudi channel here! http://bit.ly/EinaudiChannel Ludovico Einaudi performs an original piece "Elegy for the Arctic", on the Arctic Ocean to call for its protection, on June 17th, 2016 With a grand piano on a floating platform in front of a glacier, Einaudi played an original piece composed for the cause The acclaimed composer has turned into music the voices of the eight million people that asks for Arctic protection With this action, Greenpeace is urging the OSPAR Commission not to miss the opportunity to protect international Arctic waters under its mandate at this week's meeting in Tenerife Through his music, acclaimed Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi has added his voice to those of eight million people from across the world demanding protection for the Arctic. Einaudi performed one of his own compositions on a floating platform in the middle of the Ocean, against the backdrop of the Wahlenbergbreen glacier (in Svalbard, Norway). Travelling on board Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise on the eve of a significant event for the future of the Arctic: this week's meeting of the OSPAR Commission, which could secure the first protected area in Arctic international waters. Sign the petition to save the Arctic on: https://www.savethearctic.org http://www.greenpeace.org/ Follow Ludovico Einaudi on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ludovicoeinaudi/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ludovico_einaudi/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ludovicoeinaud Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/2uFUBdaVGtyMqckSeCl0Qj
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A 2015 research cruise aboard the Polar Research Vessel Lance to understand the effects of the new thin, first year, sea ice regime in the Arctic on energy flux, ice dynamics and the ice associated ecosystem, and local and global climate. Thank you to the Norwegian Polar Institute and Oystein Mikelborg for the video!
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Terrifying moments onboard the #NorwegianBreakaway sailing directly into Winter Storm Grayson
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motorcyclists in the Norwegian Sea! on ice! motorsykkelkjøring under varoddbroa! motorsykkelkjøring på den norske hav! varoddbroa! på ice
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Please visit our channel to find out more videos.. and subscribe our channel to be updated with the new uploads & give thumbs up to our videos..!! Other related videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kf94IPHzLHw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3MKxFeNqcY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mjuWTbUM_4Q https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N3p-g8-VR4I Norwegian Sea Facts: The Norwegian Sea is located northwest of Norway in the Atlantic Ocean between the Greenland Sea and the North Sea. The Norwegian Sea joins the Barents Sea to the northeast to the Atlantic Ocean to the west. The Norwegian Sea's bottom is mostly not a part continental shelf and is about 6,600 feet deep on average. Its maximum depth is 13,020 feet. There are deposits of natural gas and oil in the Norwegian Sea and because of its higher temperature it is free of ice all year long. It is believed that the Norwegian Sea formed when the North American plate and the Eurasian plate began to separate roughly 250 million years ago. Interesting Norwegian Sea Facts: • The Norwegian Sea's coasts were formed during the last ice age when glaciers formed fjords, which can be seen at Helgeland and the Lofoten Islands. • The Fram Strait connects the Norwegian Sea to the Arctic Ocean and the Greenland Sea. • The Norwegian Sea contains characteristics of both the boreal and Arctic regions due to its location. • The phytoplankton bloom occurs and peaks in May, with the most common species being diatoms. Underwater Camera: GoPro Hero For Copyright Issues, Please Mail at: [email protected]
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The cold winter made some of the Norwegian fjords to freeze. That did´t stop us from diving. We joined Gjesdal Dykkeklubb on an ice-dive in Frafjord. Follow us on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wedive.no Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wedive.no/ Web: http://www.wedive.no
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The New Year's Cruise carrying over 4,000 passengers was caught in a violent winter storm on the way back from the Bahamas. The ship was constantly rocking for 3 days! Although the ship is capable of handling such a storm, we saw some people sleeping in the hallways because of water leaking into their rooms from the balcony doors (or because some thought the ship was going to capsize.) We even saw a family walking around with their life jackets. SUBSCRIBE MAIN CHANNEL! ➤ https://www.youtube.com/DrMasaki Like us on Facebook! ➤ https://www.facebook.com/RedCurtainEnt Follow our Instagram! ➤ https://www.instagram.com/RedCurtainEnt Red Curtain Entertainment®
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Filmed in Kodal, Norway, November 9 and 10, 2016. Filmed with Canon Legria HF s11 with Canon WD-H58 Wide Converter Lens (0.7x), external microphone (Canon DM-100) and a tripod + Gopro. Edited in iMovie. To use this video in a commercial player or in broadcasts, please email [email protected] - Forward all media requests relating to your video to our licensing team: [email protected]
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Developed by Aker Arctic, the icebreaking rescue vessel Baltika is the first ship ever built with an asymmetric hull that allows her to break ice not only ahead and astern, but also sideways. In this way, the relatively small oblique icebreaker is capable of opening a wide channel in ice. Completed in 2014, the new icebreaker was scheduled to undergo full scale ice trials this winter in order to confirm the vessel´s performance. Baltika departed from Murmansk on 20 March 2015 with the Aker Arctic team on board and sailed around the northern tip of Novaya Zemlya and across the Kara Sea to the Gulf of Ob, close to the Sabetta terminal area, to carry out the ice trials. The testing program consisted of performance tests in two distinct ice thicknesses in ahead and astern directions as well as in the oblique mode. Various operational tests were also carried out in order to determine the maneuverability and operational capability of the vessel. The thickness and strength of the ice was measured in the areas where tests were carried out. An automatic measurement system was set up to record ice loads on the ship’s hull through the whole three-week voyage which concluded in Murmansk on 10 April 2015. Although the ice conditions in the area were on the upper end of the vessel’s designed icebreaking capability and the ice in the Gulf of Ob was considerably stronger than typical sea ice, Baltika exceeded expectations and the required performance targets were passed with a clear margin. The vessel could break 1.2-metre level ice in continuous motion when proceeding bow first and could achieve a speed exceeding 3 knots in astern direction. The oblique mode, which had never been tested before in real life, also worked extremely well and the vessel fulfilled all the design requirements. During operational tests, Baltika also demonstrated excellent maneuverability and rubble clearing capability in the port of Sabetta as well as ability to penetrate heavy compressive ice ridges in the Kara Sea without ramming. According to Project Manager Mika Hovilainen who was on board the vessel during the ice trials, “Baltika’s voyage to the Gulf of Ob proves the exceptional operational capability of the oblique icebreaker concept in very difficult ice conditions. The vessel could operate in ice conditions that exceeded the design criteria used as the basis of the vessel concept. Baltika could carry out the same operations as conventional icebreakers with just half of the propulsion power as well as perform maneuvers which are not possible for any other vessel currently in service.” Baltika (IMO number 9649237) was built by Arctech Helsinki Shipyard (Helsinki, Finland) in co-operation with Shipyard Yantar JSC (Kaliningrad, Russia) based on Aker Arctic’s oblique icebreaker design , Aker ARC 100. The vessel is 76.4 metres long and has a beam of 20.5 metres, and has a diesel-electric power plant consisting of three Wärtsilä 9L26 generating sets with a combined output of 9 MW. Baltika is propelled by three 2.5 MW Steerprop azimuth thrusters, two in the stern and one in the bow of the vessel. The dynamic positioning system, which also includes the oblique icebreaking mode, has been developed by Navis Engineering. The vessel is classified by the Russian Maritime Register of Shipping and its ice class is Icebreaker6. In addition to icebreaking duties, the vessel is also fitted with a built-in oil recovery system. Baltika is owned by the Federal Agency for Maritime and River Transport of Russia (Rosmorrechflot) and operated by the Russian Marine Emergency Rescue Service (FGI Gosmorspassluzhba). * * * Music by zero-project (www.zero-project.gr); used under Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY) 3.0 Unported License.
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Direct from owner. www.shipsforsale.com Norwegian rescue ship built to DnV +1A1 ICE C and is currently trading as pilot boat in Denmark. Built in steel in 1972, Norway and refitted in 2008. New mess and galley, new navigational equipment on the bridge. Last drydocked in September 2017 for hull survey and painted. 5 single cabins.
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Enjoy the beautiful Norwegian landscapes aboard the renowned Nordland Line (Nordlandsbanen), while you get to choose your favorite season. All four seasons here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cNiN7gOcNI4&list=PLBNSj4twAXdLW44t7Z0fXLoedzXpHshec Map (the green part): http://raildata.info/sca04/sca0409k.jpg Source: https://nrkbeta.no/2013/01/15/nordlandsbanen-minute-by-minute-season-by-season/
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Located in the arctic circle, The Global Seed Vault isn't simply just a large storage facility for seeds from around the world. The vault is protecting the world's agricultural genetic diversity and protecting our future food supply in case of catastrophe. WATCH NEXT: The Lab That Simulates Bomb Blasts: http://bit.ly/2eO7apB Subscribe to MOTHERBOARD: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-To-MOTHERBOARD Follow MOTHERBOARD Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/motherboardtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/motherboard Tumblr: http://motherboardtv.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/motherboardtv More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo
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The N-ICE 2015 expedition, an initiative by the Norwegian Polar Institute, involved freezing the RV Lance into the Arctic ice for roughly six months. On 19 June 2016, during the last leg of the journey, the ice floe that researchers had been studying broke up. Aleksey Shestov, a postdoc at NTNU's Sustainable Arctic Marine and Coastal Technology programme and at UNIS, the University Centre in Svalbard, filmed the race to rescue all the equipment that was on the ice.
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Photographer Chris Burkard and Professional Surfers Patrick Millin, Brett Barley, and Chadd Konig brave sub-zero temperatures in the Arctic Circle to capture moments of raw beauty in conditions that rank among the harshest in the natural world. The bitterly cold seas and wind exact a large price on their minds and bodies, but the reward - adventure, amazement, and self-knowledge - draws them closer together and pushes them to tackle the next frontier in surfing. Producer: SmugMug, http://www.smugmug.com/ Cinematography and Editing: Anton Lorimer Featured Photographer: Chris Burkard, http://www.burkardphoto.com/ Featured Surfers: Patrick Millin, Brett Barley, and Chadd Konig Subscribe to the SmugMug Films YouTube channel and get first access to each new episode: http://www.youtube.com/SmugMugFilms.
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Gordon heads to arctic Norway to catch the dangerous and delicious king crab. From Gordon Ramsay's The F Word Gordon Ramsay Ultimate Fit Food: http://amzn.to/2FznHtk Subscribe for weekly cooking videos. If you liked this clip check out the rest of Gordon's channels: http://www.youtube.com/gordonramsay http://www.youtube.com/kitchennightmares http://www.youtube.com/thefword
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Download/puchase: https://gum.co/kPpMF I recently traveled to the beautiful country of Norway and was able to capture some of the magic for you. This campfire was shot on the high planes of the Jotunheimen, which is a tundra-like environment with some really rough and snowy mountains, surrounding the desolate planes. The campfire was made by collecting all kinds of shrub wood that you can find on the planes there. The hardest part is to find some dry shrubs to start the fire. To download audio only: 3 hours: https://gum.co/Zodx 6 hours: https://gum.co/CCXJ 12 hours: https://gum.co/zCjda I picked out the best scene and looped to 6 hours, so you can use it as an ambient background video, to relax, sleep or create an outdoor like atmosphere within your home. The scene is actualy about 5 minutes, filmed in 1080p/50fps, with high quality stereo audio. It's really quiet on these high planes, so the only thing you can here is the ambience of the surrounding mountains and wind that's beating on the campfire and actually helping to keep it going! I hope you'll enjoy this as much as I did filming it and I'm always curious what you think of it and how you use it. So leave a comment or send me a message if you like! :) You can also find me here: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/virtual_fireplace/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/virtualfireplace/?ref=hl Twitter: https://twitter.com/Virtl_Fireplace For Licensing/usage requests (or other questions), contact me at: http://www.virtual-fireplace.net/contact.html Copyright Virtual Fireplace: http://www.virtual-fireplace.net
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From The Shadows: The symbiotic relationship between Atlantic orcas and the fishermen of Norway is unique. Following this story, underwater photographer Jacques de Vos captures the first footage of the whales feeding at night. Subscribe to Journeyman here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=journeymanpictures In Northern Norway herring abounds, attracting orcas in their hundreds. Having learnt that escaped herring from the fishermen's nets are easy prey, the whales can hear the fishing boats pumping their catch from as far as 18km away. "Sometimes it's kind of like we help each other", says professional fisherman Borre Hansen, as orcas circle around his boat. Ensuring that no orcas are captured in his nets "is the biggest challenge" he faces. Filming these animals for the first time at night, Jacques is able to capture their secretive underwater world, noticing their playful and inquisitive behaviour. "This was as much a social 'get together' as it was about the feeding", he marvels. For more information, visit https://www.journeyman.tv/film/7393 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/journeymanpictures Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JourneymanNews https://twitter.com/JourneymanVOD Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/journeymanpictures Visit our subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/JourneymanPictures/ Say hi on tumblr: https://journeymanpictures.tumblr.com/ DeVosMedia – Ref. 7393
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This foray through northern realms of our planet above the polar circle takes us to a part of our world especially affected by climate change. The often-cited adaptability of animals could also enable them to survive under new conditions. The camera team made this foray through the polar region, from Canada to Norway, to document that, which in the opinion of many nature researchers, will no longer be visible in 30 to 50 years' time. Following the observation of ice bear mother with her young in Canada's Wapusk National Park at Hudson Bay, is a herd of harp seals on the ice during the breeding season. The Arctic Ocean ringed seals in Hudson Bay, on the other hand, prefer solitude. Should the offspring be born in an extremely cold night, they often freeze to death. Their bodies sink to the seabed at the beginning of spring when the pack ice thaws. Scavengers like the rare Greenland shark, who sees them as a welcome snack, quickly eats them. Underwater footage of this process also attempted by our camera team, very rarely succeeds.
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Red king crab is one of the most coveted shellfish worldwide and one of the most expensive crabs available on the market. Why? Cuz they taste really really good. Guests at the Kirkenes Snowhotel in Northern Norway have the rare opportunity to catch and eat fresh red king crab—no experience required. Just suit up, take a 15-minute ride on a snowmobile sledge and find yourself on an ice-covered fjord, approximately 8 kilometers away from the Russian border. The crew shows you how to drill a hole with an ice auger and teaches techniques for pulling up the trap and, er, putting the little creatures to sleep. With the help of a seasoned guide, I also learn how to properly eat the darn things. “Here we get it fresh, and it is very hard to get king crab fresh because officially, you can fish only from September to December,” said Lori Adou, a guide at the Kirkenes Snowhotel. “They fish as much as possible during those three months and most of it goes into cans or frozen. We have this special license for tourism. We can fish all year long as long as we fish it ourselves, cook it ourselves, serve it on spot. This is one of the only ways to get it fresh and you were here with me. It was 20 minutes ago, we killed it and now I’m about to put it in the pot. So more fresh than this is quite hard to get.” And he is right. Each crab leg is succulent, rich and juicy. I can only compare the taste of the meat to lobster—except that this is much better, sweeter. Even though our meal is simple, flavored with not much more than salt and pepper, it is divine. In fact, I’ll go on record and say that this is one of the best dinners I’ve ever had. Should you book a king crab excursion? Absolutely. It’s a hands-on educational experience that culminates in a feast for the ages, a gluttonous Roman-style banquet, messy and decadent at once. ___ If you value experiences over consumerism, if you think there's more to life than the 9-5, if you want to travel to every country in the world before you die, subscribe to my channel, and let’s see where we end up next: http://ow.ly/Vx3Xs Daily Snapchats: JoanJetsetter Blog: http://www.joanjetsetter.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoanJetsetter Vine: https://vine.co/JoanJetsetter Instagram: http://instagram.com/JoanJetsetter Tumblr: http://joanjetsetter.tumblr.com/ Executive Producer: Skye Mayring Editor: Gerardo Jaquez Lechuga My trip to Norway was made possible by Hurtigruten and Visit Norway. Views Expressed are my own.
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Chainsawstuff https://youtu.be/j69IXMTiE_c I fell because of soft ice. I think I got my little wound at the knee in this situation. Filmed January 20, 2019. Location: Farris (name of the lake) in Larvik, Norway. For exact location, go to google maps and search for: Kveldsvika, Larvik Playlist, On thin ice-videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL73A6AD7F0D222DC6 One million Feb 17. Two Feb 26.
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Kit Kovacs of the Norwegian Polar Institute explains what can happen to Arctic wildlife when sea ice declines, as part of involvement in a new marine report. The State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report (SAMBR) is a synthesis of the state of knowledge about biodiversity in Arctic marine ecosystems, detectable changes, and important gaps in our ability to assess state and trends in biodiversity across six focal ecosystem components (FECs): marine mammals, seabirds, fishes, benthos, plankton, sea ice biota. The SAMBR, is a product of the Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program (CBMP) of the Arctic Council’s Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) Working Group. For more information: www.arcticbiodiversity.is/marine
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The yacht is S/Y Berg (www.syberg.pl). The trip took place from 22.07-7.08.2015. Some places in the video are: 00:00 - Longyearbyen & surroundings (old coal mine, ) 01:08 - Pyramiden 01:25 - Billefjorden glacier 01:47 - Whisky on the rocks with glacier ice 02:05 - Skansenbukta 02:33 - Entering (7B) and anchoring in Hornsund (nearby Polish Polar Station) 03:16 - Norwegian Sea crossing to Tromso (the sunny shot at 04:06 is actually nearby Svalbard; Norwegian Sea gave us mostly clouds and fog) 04:25 - View over the city of Tromso Music by a Polish band "Kochankowie Sally Brown".
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The Svedka ICE Bar on Norwegian Breakaway is one of the only ice bars on a Cruise Ship. This negative 10 degrees fahrenheit room includes ice sculptures, a frozen seat, and ice cups. SUBSCRIBE ► http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=attractionsmagazine SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PRINT MAGAZINE ► http://attractionsmagazine.com/subscribe THIS VIDEO’S FEATURED LINKS ► Cool down after a hot day inside the Minus5 Ice Bar : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=43lm4Lt1uv4 Indiana Jones themed bar opens at Downtown Disney Springs Jock Lindsey's Hangar Bar : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaZqQ53K1Iw SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS ► TWITTER http://www.twitter.com/attractions FACEBOOK http://www.facebook.com/attractionsmagazine INSTAGRAM http://www.instagram.com/attractionsmagazine SNAPCHAT AttractionsMag VISIT OUR BLOG: http://attractionsmagazine.com/blog Download our free iPhone and iPad app. Also look for us on the Nook and Nook app for Android. --------- ATTRACTIONS MAGAZINE YOUTUBE CHANNEL ► http://www.youtube.com/user/attractionsmagazine Grab your parka and prepare for one of the coolest bars at sea. The Svedka ICE Bar onboard the Norwegian Breakaway takes you into a -10º fahrenheit room full of ice sculptures, your own frozen throne, and cool drinks. Admission is $20 and includes 2 drinks, a rented parka, and admission for 30 minutes. Make sure to check out the sculpted Statue of Liberty and Empire State building as you sip your drink. All ages are allowed in the ICE Bar with the only difference being if alcohol is allowed in your drinks. Be warned, without alcohol your drink will begin to freeze and you need to finish it before it becomes one with your ice cup. Attractions Magazine covers all the best theme parks and attractions. Don't miss our weekly shows here on YouTube almost every day - Our featured show is "Attractions Magazine - The Show"! Look for a brand new episode each Thursday morning. We also post many other videos throughout the week, covering all the latest attractions and theme park news. Subscribe to our channel for all the fun.
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The Norwegian version of this song, I OWN NOTHING! This is just a the soundtrack, Dont complain about the video.
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A rare look inside the Svalbard Global Seed Vault which is closed ~350 days a year Check out Audible: http://bit.ly/AudibleVe More info on the seed vault: http://wke.lt/w/s/EKFlK My trip to Norway was funded by Screen Australia, Film Victoria and Genepool Productions as part of a new project. More information soon. Special thanks to Bente Naeverdal and the Crop Trust: https://www.croptrust.org
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This is an old Kodak super8 recording from 1978 that I want to share with you. This is Norwegian Arctic cod net fishing at Mulegga outside Senja. The boat is Johan Aas with registration T11-LK. As far as I know the skipper was Aksel Elveland. The crew probably was: Jack Jensen, Paul Jensen, Ivar Karlsen, Kjell Arne Elveland, Gunnar Hansen, John Hansen, Julius Hermansen and possible others too. These nets are setup for catching Cod but also Norway haddock is normally caught since the Mulegga location is rather deep, around 150 to 500 meter. On a good day one could get up to 16000 kg of cod. It was normally used 180-200 nets distributed on 7-8 chains. The position of Mulegga is N 70.00 E 16.53. Boats from Senja start in the night. After 3-4 hour they arrive at Mulegga and can pull off and cast the nets during the short daylight we have up here in the north during winter. I think the fishery work in these days were hard and the fish were of good quality. Personally I could never be a fisherman because I easily get seasick. This trip was hard for me too, even though I just captured the film :-) Enjoy.
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The idea for this trip was birthed around three years ago when I first saw a photo of one of these fish whilst researching diving opportunities in Europe before I moved to the UK from Australia. Countless hours of planning and preparation saw myself, Andrew Gomm, Joose Seppälä, Bryson Sheehy & Nikki Watt diving in the Arctic Circle in the top end of Norway. A remote and beautiful part of the world however the diving for halibut is extremely difficult. Long days drifting in cold water, thick wetsuits & mental torture. Over five days diving we put three of these incredible fish into the boat. Absolutely none of the fish was wasted and everything was consumed; I am still enjoying halibut fillets four months later. Filmed by Daniel Mann, additional footage from Joose, Bryson & Nikki. DIVE GEAR: THE BEST MASK OF ALL TIME https://amzn.to/2rMy3Qh Best foot pockets I use with DiveR blades https://amzn.to/2Ii8Vf3 Get better at spearfishing! https://amzn.to/2IJF9iJ Dive torch I am using in Europe https://amzn.to/2rMtu8r No frills dive knife https://amzn.to/2GkVTYv Wetsuits - www.polosub.com CAMERA GEAR: Camera I film everything on https://amzn.to/2Gkbg3n Lens I use all the time https://amzn.to/2IqYzG4 Lens I use when it’s dark https://amzn.to/2rKG08F ND I use (Essential!) https://amzn.to/2KZT8PP Microphone I use so you can hear me https://amzn.to/2InrQkV Camera I use underwater https://amzn.to/2KqWryF Need this for underwater camera https://amzn.to/2rKOlcd Drone I’m using https://amzn.to/2KpO0mX ND’s for drone https://amzn.to/2Ilteo1 How to keep footage safe in remote places https://amzn.to/2GjN6WP The above are affiliate links, meaning Amazon will kick a small percentage back to me if you purchase something! It helps me keep this channel going.
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Long haul Voss - Ål on the Bergen Line. Gail winds and snow coming over the front on the mountain pass. Bergen Line, Norway ► Subscribe to my channel: https://goo.gl/skcDZC ► 🔔Remember to tap that bell to get notified!🔔 ► If you want to support the channel you can donate here https://goo.gl/R2LLL1 Donations will be used for: - More/upgraded camera - Editing hardware upgrade
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Terje Isungset performs with instruments he makes out of ice. At a recent performance at London's Royal Festival Hall, his set included ice xylophons, vocals belonging to singer Maria Skranes and an ice horn. Founder of an ice music festival in Norway, Isungset plays at about 50 festivals and concerts a year. Matt Yurus reports.
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