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Published on Feb 21, 2013
Filmed during my 2010 North Pole Expedition, here are a variety of clips of moving Arctic Ocean sea ice. Pushed by winds, tides and ocean currents, it was amazing to watch these massive sheets of ice collide into one another at a rate that was surprisingly fast. At times, we were racing across sheets of ice before they disintegrated. Other times, we were able to watch as these large pans chugged and squeaked. I was constantly reminded of how mountain ranges are formed as on sheets bent, folded and crushed up against one another.