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In Celebration of Nunavut - Wildlife - Volume 1 : Edge of Ice

DVD
Published 2016
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Three videos on the northern ecosystems and their interrelationships with the Inuit inhabitants of the land. Volume 1 contains: Edge of Ice (55 min. 33 sec.) An outstanding natural history of the intricate ecosystem along the edge of the Arctic ice. Produced in 1986, Edge of Ice uses stunning footage shot underwater, on the surface and even inside ice crystals. It reveals a magnificent world and the creatures that inhabit it: from microscopic algae and tiny arthropods, to seal, walrus, whale and humans. The video's two narrators, one white and one Inuit, present complementary viewpoints. While the first is scientific and objective, the second explains the importance of this environment to Inuit culture. (1986)

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1 videodisc (appox. 56 mins) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
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[Closed captioning]
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0199147
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