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- 134Campbell, Sandy
- 2Ivanova, Semenova Polina
- 1Bergh, Arne - (Sculptor)
- 1Gimpel, Charles
- 1Iyerak, Alain
- 1Johnston, Mike
- 33Canada, Northwest Territories, Yellowknife
- 11Sculpture - Polar Regions
- 129Canadian Circumpolar Institute
- 129Canadian Circumpolar Institute/Circumpolar Digital Image Collection
- 4University of Alberta Libraries
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- 4School of Library and Information Studies
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This banner was one of many on street lamps in Yellowknife. This one is unusual because the image extends over two banners, one on either side of the pole.
A small botanical garden on the UNBC campus. Displays an alpine garden and a Japanese-style garden with a water feature and a stylized pagoda shelter overlooking the City of Prince George.
Rhododendron tomentosum or Marsh Labrador Tea, is a circumpolar plant, growing across Northern North America, Nothern Europe and Asia. Traditionally, it was used as an herbal remedy. This particular plant was growing at the Santa Clause Forest, near Rovaniemi in Finland
A paved bicycle path tracks alongside the highway over the nearly 100 km stretch between Rovaniemi and Tornio at the top of the Gulf of Bothnia. Wooden bus shelters were dotted along the highway, each painted the standard red seen on many Swedish and Finnish farm buildings. Both the bus...
In the yard at the British Antarctic Survey, supplies for expeditions are packed into shipping containers and shipped to the expedition departure point. In this image, tracked snow machines are stored on the top of the shipping containers.
This sculpture of Linnaeus stands in the garden in front of Swedenborg's summer house, which has been relocated to Skansen open air museum in Stockholm. The plaque which stands beside the sculpture.reads \"The sculpture is a copy of a wood-carving made by Arne Bergh for the Swedish pavilion at...
Ernest H. Shackelton wrote The Heart of the Antarctic being the story of the British Antarctic Expedition 1907 - 1907. The Shackelton Memorial Library at the Scott Polar Research Institute holds six first edition copies.