In The Arctic, A Time-Lapse View Of Climate Change Intent on documenting the effects of climate change, nature photographer James Balog ventured into ice-bound regions with 26 time-lapse cameras.
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In The Arctic, A Time-Lapse View Of Climate Change

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In The Arctic, A Time-Lapse View Of Climate Change

In The Arctic, A Time-Lapse View Of Climate Change

In The Arctic, A Time-Lapse View Of Climate Change

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Watch Clips From 'Extreme Ice'

'Swimming With The Fish'

'Glaciers Are Like Massive Ice Factories'

'I Feel Like I'm Not On Planet Earth'

James Balog has been a nature photographer for 25 years. Extreme Ice crew/Courtesy of NOVA / National Geographic hide caption

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Extreme Ice crew/Courtesy of NOVA / National Geographic

James Balog has been a nature photographer for 25 years.

Extreme Ice crew/Courtesy of NOVA / National Geographic

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