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Crabeater seals (Lobodon carcinophaga) resting on ice floating ice sheet, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica. - Jordi Chias
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Jordi Chias / Crabeater seals (Lobodon carcinophaga) resting on ice floating ice sheet, Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica.
Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) breeding colony, mainly males brooding eggs, huddled together on sea ice. Atka Bay, Antarctica. June. - Stefan Christmann
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Stefan Christmann / Emperor penguin (Aptenodytes forsteri) breeding colony, mainly males brooding eggs, huddled together on sea ice. Atka Bay, Antarctica. June.
Dawn over frozen Lake Peipsi, with sheet  ice formations caused by strong wind. Eastern Estonia, December 2012. - Sven Zacek,Sven  Zacek
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Sven Zacek,Sven Zacek / Dawn over frozen Lake Peipsi, with sheet ice formations caused by strong wind. Eastern Estonia, December 2012.
Ice sheets before sunrise in Estonia. December 2009. - Sven Zacek,Sven  Zacek
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Sven Zacek,Sven Zacek / Ice sheets before sunrise in Estonia. December 2009.
Edge of large piece of ice sheet drifting in sea. Antarctic Peninsula. February 2008. - Martha Holmes
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Martha Holmes / Edge of large piece of ice sheet drifting in sea. Antarctic Peninsula. February 2008.
Aerial view of pancake ice sheet cracking and melting in Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, December 2004 - David Woodfall
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David Woodfall / Aerial view of pancake ice sheet cracking and melting in Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada, December 2004
Mark Brownlow, producer of Freshwater programme for BBC Planet Earth series, behind ice sheet, on location at Lake Baikal, world's deepest and oldest (and largest by volume) freshwater lake, Siberia,... - Mark Brownlow
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Mark Brownlow / Mark Brownlow, producer of Freshwater programme for BBC Planet Earth series, behind ice sheet, on location at Lake Baikal, world's deepest and oldest (and largest by volume) freshwater lake, Siberia,...
Aerial views of cracks in thin November ice on the lake Selsvatnet. Sel, Oppland, Norway. - Orsolya Haarberg
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Orsolya Haarberg / Aerial views of cracks in thin November ice on the lake Selsvatnet. Sel, Oppland, Norway.
Aerial views of cracks in thin November ice on the lake Selsvatnet. Sel, Oppland, Norway. - Orsolya Haarberg
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Orsolya Haarberg / Aerial views of cracks in thin November ice on the lake Selsvatnet. Sel, Oppland, Norway.
Nilas, a thin sheet of ice created as the sea ice starts to form, in evening light. Scratch marks visible where sheet has moved on top of adjacent sheet. Atka Bay, Antarctica. March. - Stefan Christmann
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Stefan Christmann / Nilas, a thin sheet of ice created as the sea ice starts to form, in evening light. Scratch marks visible where sheet has moved on top of adjacent sheet. Atka Bay, Antarctica. March.
Clear water from Dettifoss waterfall mixing with glacial meltwater of River Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland, September 2010 - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Clear water from Dettifoss waterfall mixing with glacial meltwater of River Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland, September 2010
Passenger from an Antarctic cruise ship amongst coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker, Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsula. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Passenger from an Antarctic cruise ship amongst coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker, Paradise Bay off Graham Land on the Antarctic Peninsula.
Tourists on beach with Mountain peaks on Joinville Island, Antarctic Peninsula. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Tourists on beach with Mountain peaks on Joinville Island, Antarctic Peninsula.
Gentoo penguins (Pygoscelis papua) with members of an expedition cruise ship. Curverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Gentoo penguins (Pygoscelis papua) with members of an expedition cruise ship. Curverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula.
Gentoo penguins (Pygoscelis papua) with members of an expedition cruise ship. Curverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Gentoo penguins (Pygoscelis papua) with members of an expedition cruise ship. Curverville Island, Antarctic Peninsula
Red algae in the snow on a receding glacier in Suspiros Bay on Joinville Island just off the Antarctic Peninsular. The peninsular is one of the fastest warming places on the planet. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Red algae in the snow on a receding glacier in Suspiros Bay on Joinville Island just off the Antarctic Peninsular. The peninsular is one of the fastest warming places on the planet.
Stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker, Paradise Bay off Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Stunning coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker, Paradise Bay off Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula.
Coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker, Paradise Bay off Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker, Paradise Bay off Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula.
Coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker, Paradise Bay off Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker, Paradise Bay off Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula.
Coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker, Paradise Bay off Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker, Paradise Bay off Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula.
Coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker, Paradise Bay off Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Coastal scenery beneath Mount Walker, Paradise Bay off Graham Land, Antarctic Peninsula.
Tabular iceberg off Livingstone Island, Antarctic Peninsula. February 2014. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Tabular iceberg off Livingstone Island, Antarctic Peninsula. February 2014.
Receding glacier in Suspiros Bay, Joinville Island, just off the Antarctic Peninsula. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Receding glacier in Suspiros Bay, Joinville Island, just off the Antarctic Peninsula.
Algae in melting snow on Joinville Island, Antarctic Peninsula, February 2014. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Algae in melting snow on Joinville Island, Antarctic Peninsula, February 2014.
Dettifoss waterfall, the largest waterfall in Europe by volume. It is 100 metres wide and takes meltwater in the river Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland. September. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Dettifoss waterfall, the largest waterfall in Europe by volume. It is 100 metres wide and takes meltwater in the river Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland. September.
Dettifoss waterfall, the largest waterfall in Europe by volume. It is 100 metres wide and takes meltwater in the river Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland. September. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Dettifoss waterfall, the largest waterfall in Europe by volume. It is 100 metres wide and takes meltwater in the river Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland. September.
Dettifoss waterfall, the largest waterfall in Europe by volume. It is 100 metres wide and takes meltwater in the river Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland. September. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Dettifoss waterfall, the largest waterfall in Europe by volume. It is 100 metres wide and takes meltwater in the river Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland. September.
Dettifoss waterfall, the largest waterfall in Europe by volume. It is 100 metres wide and takes meltwater in the river Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland. September. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Dettifoss waterfall, the largest waterfall in Europe by volume. It is 100 metres wide and takes meltwater in the river Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland. September.
Dettifoss waterfall, the largest waterfall in Europe by volume, Iit is 100 metres wide and takes meltwater in the river Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland. September. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Dettifoss waterfall, the largest waterfall in Europe by volume, Iit is 100 metres wide and takes meltwater in the river Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland. September.
Dettifoss waterfall, the largest waterfall in Europe by volume. It is 100 metres wide and takes meltwater in the river Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland. September. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Dettifoss waterfall, the largest waterfall in Europe by volume. It is 100 metres wide and takes meltwater in the river Jokulsa a Fjollum from the Vatnajokull ice sheet. Iceland. September.
Icebergs from the Jacobshavn glacier or Sermeq Kujalleq , Greenland. July 2012. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Icebergs from the Jacobshavn glacier or Sermeq Kujalleq , Greenland. July 2012.
Tourist boat trips sail through Icebergs from the Jacobshavn glacier or Sermeq Kujalleq, Greenland, July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Tourist boat trips sail through Icebergs from the Jacobshavn glacier or Sermeq Kujalleq, Greenland, July 2008.
Icebergs from the Jacobshavn glacier or Sermeq Kujalleq, Greenland. July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Icebergs from the Jacobshavn glacier or Sermeq Kujalleq, Greenland. July 2008.
Icebergs from the Jacobshavn glacier or Sermeq Kujalleq, Greenland, July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Icebergs from the Jacobshavn glacier or Sermeq Kujalleq, Greenland, July 2008.
Inuit fishing boat sailing  through Icebergs from the Jacobshavn glacier or Sermeq Kujalleq, Greenland. July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Inuit fishing boat sailing through Icebergs from the Jacobshavn glacier or Sermeq Kujalleq, Greenland. July 2008.
Icebergs calved from Jacobshavn glacier or Sermeq Kujalleq, Greenland, July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Icebergs calved from Jacobshavn glacier or Sermeq Kujalleq, Greenland, July 2008.
Small collapse of ice from the Russells Glacier, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland. July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Small collapse of ice from the Russells Glacier, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland. July 2008.
Collasing ice from the Russells Glacier, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland. July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Collasing ice from the Russells Glacier, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland. July 2008.
The Russells Glacier, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland. July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / The Russells Glacier, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland. July 2008.
Splashes in pool of meltwater from the Russell Glacier, Greenland, July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Splashes in pool of meltwater from the Russell Glacier, Greenland, July 2008.
The Russells Glacier and pool of meltwater at terminus, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, July. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / The Russells Glacier and pool of meltwater at terminus, Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, July.
Melt water from the Russells Glacier, Greenland, July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Melt water from the Russells Glacier, Greenland, July 2008.
Ice bergs and sea ice of the Greenland ice, July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Ice bergs and sea ice of the Greenland ice, July 2008.
The Eqip sermia glacier that is receeding rapidly due to global warming on the west coast of Greenland. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / The Eqip sermia glacier that is receeding rapidly due to global warming on the west coast of Greenland.
The Eqip sermia glacier that is receeding rapidly due to global warming on the west coast of Greenland. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / The Eqip sermia glacier that is receeding rapidly due to global warming on the west coast of Greenland.
Glacier coming off the Greenland ice sheet near Camp Victor north of Ilulissat, Greenland, July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Glacier coming off the Greenland ice sheet near Camp Victor north of Ilulissat, Greenland, July 2008.
Eqip Sermia on the west Greenland coast, showing the lateral moraine on the side of the glacier where it has receeded due to global warming. Greenland, July 2008. - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Eqip Sermia on the west Greenland coast, showing the lateral moraine on the side of the glacier where it has receeded due to global warming. Greenland, July 2008.
Musk Ox fleece on a bed at Camp Victor, Eqip Sermia, Greenland, July 2008. Camp Victor was the base for the French led expedition that explored the inland ice sheet in 1948 led by the French explorer... - Ashley Cooper
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Ashley Cooper / Musk Ox fleece on a bed at Camp Victor, Eqip Sermia, Greenland, July 2008. Camp Victor was the base for the French led expedition that explored the inland ice sheet in 1948 led by the French explorer...
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