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- 133Campbell, Sandy
- 2Ivanova, Semenova Polina
- 1Bergh, Arne - (Sculptor)
- 1Gimpel, Charles
- 1Iyerak, Alain
- 1Johnston, Mike
- 33Canada, Northwest Territories, Yellowknife
- 11Sculpture - Polar Regions
- 128Canadian Circumpolar Institute
- 128Canadian Circumpolar Institute/Circumpolar Digital Image Collection
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This decorative moose is inside the entrance to the Yellowknife visitors information centre. It is constructed from a small recycled propane tank.
This life preserver is on the upper deck of The Fram in The Fram Museum in Oslo Norway.
Yellowknife is the closest centre to Canada's three largest diamond mines. The NWT Diamond Centre is both an interpretive centre and sales outlet for diamonds. In addition to display cases housing diamond jewelry for viewing and sale, photographs and a video educate visitors to the geology of...
This wooden sculpture stands in the grounds of the Scott Polar Research Institute in Lensfield Road in Cambridge, England. The inscription reads: \" For those who lost their lives in Antarctica in pursuit of science to benefit us all\".
This rock is a chip from the oldest rock in the world, a crustal outcrop at Acasta River, Northwest Territories. It is 3.962 billion years old and is comprised of zircons, quartz, plagioclass fedlspars, biotite, hornblende, allanite, sphene, garnet, magnetite, pyrite, chalcopyrite, sphalerite...