Two Scientists Have a Frank and Honest Discussion about Antarctica
NASA Glaciologists Kelly Brunt and Alex Gardner discuss the history, challenges and evolution of mapping the Antarctic continent and what it means for science and society.
Music: "Man vs. Clock," "Curious," "Transitions," "Phosphorus," "Hypervelocity," "Double Agent," "Bloom," "Mirroring Thought," Universal Production Music.
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Notes on footage:
00:00-00:06; 00:32-00:38: Provided by Michael Wethington
00:07-00:13; 09:07-09:15: Provided by pond5.com
02:06-02:14: Provided by Robert Bindschadler
02:16-02:18; 06:26-06:30: Provided by Brooke Medley
05:02-05:07: Provided by Helen Millman
06:30-06:46; 07:04-07:08: Provided by the National Science Foundation
07:11-08:15: Provided by the National Reconnaissance Office
08:29-08:53: Provided by Kelly Brunt
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