In 2005 National Geographic employed nature photographer, James Balog to document the changes of Arctic glaciers. Balog, skeptical of climate change, could not deny what he saw. In 2007, he undertook the Extreme Ice Survey, installing dozens of cameras in subzero temperatures, to more closely monitor the melt. This critically acclaimed documentary records that journey. Condensing years into seconds with time-lapse photography, the filmmakers show the changes occuring in the far corners of the Arctic with awe-inspiring images.
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