Using 26 time-lapse camera units placed near 16 glaciers across the northern hemisphere, celebrated wildlife photographer James Balog will produce 300,000 images over the course of three years, capturing glacial melt as never before. The placement and continuous operation of the cameras is, like much of Balog's work, a delicate combination of art and science.
See the feature story and photographs in "Portrait of a Meltdown" in our October 2007 issue.
Learn more about this project www.extremeicesurvey.org.
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