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The latest uploads from Operation Iceberg.
The third of my BBC Nature diaries, detailing my experience of sharing our temporary home with arctic foxes.
I had almost forgotten that the moon existed. On our last night on the ship, the clouds finally lifted...
Explorer Andy Torbet explores above and below decks of the expedition's ship, Neptune.
Canadian earth scientist Anna Crawford joins the team after battling through the arctic.
After returning from the glacier the team load up the boat and sail to the iceberg and are confronted with polar bears and unstable ice.
This morning, our world is white and grey. The fog has arrived. But we're feeling positive...
This was a bear that didn’t care. But it was having a good look at us anyway. It casually paddled along about 50 metres away from the ship.
Have you ever thought about how amazing light switches are? I’m fairly sure that I hadn’t ever really appreciated them...
The team pack up at the glacier camp and look forward to the next goal, iceberg camp.
The second of my BBC Nature diaries, I describe our experience of sailing perilously close to a disintegrating glacier.
Expedition medic Chris van Tulleken explains the daily duties for the team doctor.
This morning, the glacier is shimmering. It’s a stunning addition to an already stunning view. But it’s nothing to do with the ice itself.
Extreme adventurer Andy gives a guided tour of his quarters at the glacier camp.
Perched on our promontory camp we are drawn to constantly gaze down upon Greenland's Store Glacier.
Helen reports on the first week of the expedition based at the Store glacier. Featuring remarkable footage of the glacier from the expedition chopper.
Pictures of the operation iceberg team at work on a glacier in Greenland. Rare glimpses or an ice wilderness includung calving icebergs and fresh-water blue lakes that form on the glacier surface.
Washing my hair in a bucket last night, I felt that I had come to the decadent end of a luxurious day. I’m not exaggerating or being ironic.
I'm sitting on a rock and looking down on a vast fortress of ice as it slowly crumbles into the fjord. This is the first full day at our glacier base camp.
I visited Greenland in the summer of 2008 and spent most of my time doing battle with the evil forces of reality trying to make some half decent images.
Operation Iceberg is about to begin. In the next few days, a group of about 25 documentary makers, presenters, scientists and expedition expertswill gather in Greenland.
Physicist and oceanographer Helen Czerski looks forward to the wonders that await in Greenland.
Chris Packham's thoughts on venturing to Greenland and leaving the Hampshire woods.