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Global Warming: Inside the Extreme Ice Survey
Photographer James  Balog takes on his greatest challenge to date: Invent a way to catch global warming in the act. 
Photograph by James Balog/Extreme Ice Survey

Photo: Columbia Glacier


The Columbia Glacier, Alaska, May 14, 2007, 12:00 p.m.

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Through a complex solar-powered system of Balog's own design, the mounted camera systems will snap a picture every daylight hour for two years. Here on the Columbia Glacier, Balog's camera unit, one of two near the tidewater giant, captures the scene hours before an enormous calving event (see it in the next photo).


See the feature story and photographs in "Portrait of a Meltdown" in our October 2007 issue.

Learn more about this project at www.extremeicesurvey.org

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