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Professional photographers with a portfolio of images from the Arctic and Antarctic. To use any of their images, please negotiate directly with the photographer.

OUR POLAR HERITAGE / Christian Morel

Our Polar Heritage photographic project is proposed by the photographer Christian Morel and the Association Polar Planet. The objective is to work during the 2 years of the IPY to a very large, international, transversal and multidisciplinary set of artistic and professional photographic pictures in the Arctic and the Antarctic. Our Polar Heritage aims to reveal the high precision of the work achieved by women and men under extreme conditions, to illustrate what knowledge of scientific research could change for for us here and for there in the people

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Chris Linder, Aug 14th, 2007:

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Chris Linder is the lead investigator and field photographer for the National Science Foundation-funded Live from the Poles / Polar Discovery project.  Using daily photo journals, the Polar Discovery website aims to educate the public about scientific fieldwork at the icy ends of the earth.

Alex Gibert, Feb 22nd, 2008:

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Jonathan Chester is one of the world’s leading polar photographers and expeditioners. In the course of thirty five years of travelling to the world’s most wild and remote destinations he has also excelled as an author, film producer, guide and mountaineer.

In the past 15 years Jonathan has spent 12 austral summer seasons in Antarctica resulting in numerous books and other media projects including, TerraQuest’s ground breaking “web expedition” Virtual Antarctica.

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