Circumpolar Digital Image Collection
The Circumpolar Digital Image Collection is a collection of photos, slides, other images and contributions shared by many of the University of Alberta’s polar researchers. Images in the collection may be used for teaching and research purposes. For any other use, please contact the Canadian Circumpolar Institute.
Items in this Collection
- 346Campbell, Sandy
- 176Seale, Linda N.
- 9Beaudreau, Diane, biologist, artist
- 3Alberta Aviation Museum
- 3Inuvialuit Cultural Resource Centre
- 3Ivanova, Semenova Polina
- 56Antarctic Peninsula
- 56Canada, Northwest Territories, Yellowknife
- 37Russia, St. Petersburg
- 24September, 2016
- 21Gentoo penguins
This list of vegetables that grow well in Rovaniemi's Community Garden was pasted to the bulletin board at the garden. Column 1 (top to bottom): potatoes, carrots, turnips, parsnips, radishes, peas, broad beans, scarlet runner bans, spinach, silver beets, chilis, peppers, rhubarb. Column 2...
Across Scandinavia, high school graduates wear white caps as part of the celebration. In Sweden, the cap is white with a blue band and a black peak. For graduation celebrations, the local bakery in Märsta made cap-shaped cakes.
These whole fish were for sale in a small grocery store in St. Petersburg, Russia in September, 2016. The fish was priced at 135.90 Rubles/kg. The exchange rate was approximately 1$CA: 75 Rubles, making the fish about CA$2.86/kg.
Wilberforce Falls from the air, Hood River, Nunavut, July 2001
This gooseberry bush was growing close to the shore of Frame Lake. Gooseberries have traditionally been used as a food and contain vitamin C.
This willow over wire globe sculpture was located outside the entrance to the Rovaniemi University of Applied Sciences, Rantavitikka Campus. The six protrusions at the top of the sculpture echo the symbol of the University, which can be partially seen on the glass of the entry behind the...
In remote parts of Alaska, bush cabins were built quickly from local materials. With no window panes available, bottles were packed into window frames to allow light to enter. In this case, quart sealers and beverage bottles were packed into clay and moss in six rows of five bottles, open to...
The chestnuts in this park were dropping their chestnuts. On impact, many of the green outer husks would crack open to reveal the hard brown chestnut inside. The ladies in the park were gathering up chestnuts for children.
In mid-September in St. Petersburg, horse chestnuts were falling from the trees and breaking open on the ground. The women in the park were gathering the chestnuts to give to children as to be used in games.