The Catlin Arctic Survey may be over for 2010, but the research into their findings is just getting underway. According to the website, the initial findings won’t come until some time in the Fall, and they promise to post those findings as soon as they become available.
But for now, they’ve posted two great videos that demonstrate what the program is about, and what their goals were for the expedition, namely to get samples of the arctic water and test its levels of acidification. Their findings should speak directly to the current health of our oceans and the effects that we are having on it.
Update: For some reason, I’m having issues getting their embedded videos to work on my page. So, to check them out, click here.
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