Launched in the fall of 2006 and scheduled to continue until late summer of 2009, the remarkable Extreme Ice Survey archive will ultimately total more than 300,000 photographs--a treasure trove of data for researchers and a portrait of nature as arresting and unforgettable as it is ominous.
A Look Inside Extreme Ice Now
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Read this book and pass it on to a friend.
Stunning full-page color photos in a fine small book with slipcase makes EXTREME ICE NOW a fine pick for any collection strong in changing nature in the world.
Many of these hundreds of thousands of photographs become the time-lapse films in the 2012 Sundance Film Festival's award-winning film Chasing Ice.
I am new to understanding the climate change issues. With every point that argues towards a crisis, there exists a counter argument that it doesn't exist. Read morePublished 8 months ago by J. Espinoza
Extreme Ice NOW: Vanishing Glaciers and Changing Climate, published by National Geographic in 2009, includes essays by award-winning author/photographer James Balog, along with... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Mary Whipple
I leafed through this book which was a gift. Very interesting to say the least.Published on June 14, 2010 by Gina Fleming
"Extreme Ice Now" is a fine picture book.
It is also an extremely enthusiastic advocate of you doing your
personal best to fight global climate change of the... Read more
Stunning full-page color photos in a fine small book with slipcase makes EXTREME ICE NOW a fine pick for any collection strong in changing nature in the world. Read morePublished on June 16, 2009 by Midwest Book Review
James Balog is a very brave and amazing photographer. To really understand this book you should watch the PBS documentary Extreme Ice to see the dangerous nature of producing this... Read morePublished on June 15, 2009 by Future Watch Writer