Close-up of a leaf fossil found by Allan Ashworth and Adam Lewis, in the course of their research in the Friis Hills.

Check out these sites...

Wings World Quest
Wings WorldQuest is a terrific organization which supports women explorers through education, conservation and scientific advance.

Frostbytes
A blog by Anthony Powell. Antz took us to Black Island for a few memorable days of wind-induced cabin fever, and he appears in the film!

Big Dead Place
Lots of great insight into life at McMurdo from Nicholas Johnson.

Polar materials
Physics and Astronomy

Vagabumming
"Falling well behind 'The Joneses' and loving it!"

Interview with Anne Aghion
Interview with Anne Aghion, director of the film "Ice People"

Association of Polar Early Career Scientists - APECS
An international and interdisciplinary organization for undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, early faculty members and educators with interests in polar regions and the cryosphere.

Antarctic bloggers
Great photos and more from these Antarctic bloggers.

International Polar Foundation
Bridging the science-society divide

A Brooklynite on the Ice
Richard Fleming's blog

Secrets of Antarctica's fossilised forests
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-12378934


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"Ice People takes you to scientists' extreme lab... the film portrays the cold, grueling, sometimes backbreaking work of four American geologists in search of 14-million-year-old fossils." - Doyle Rice, USA TODAY (pdf)

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