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Best Svalbard podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Svalbard podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Explore the far reaches of the world’s horrors in the audio drama podcast The White Vault. Follow the collected records of a repair team sent to Outpost Fristed in the vast white wastes of Svalbard and unravel what lies waiting in the ice below. This Fool and Scholar production is intended for mature audiences.
 
The Arctic and the Antarctic are privileged locations for observers interested in understanding how our world is shaped by the forces of nature and the workings of history. These areas have inspired countless humans to undertake epic expeditions of discovery and have witnessed both great triumphs and miserable defeats. As a planetary litmus paper it is at the poles we can detect the effects of natural oscillations and human activities on the global ecosystems.
 
Have you ever wondered what kind of people live in the northernmost city on the planet? Are they just explorers, scientists, or lost souls? Yes, and so much more! Each week we battle the ice and cold to take you, the listeners, to the north of the north where with the help of our guests we tackle topics and stories you would not hear anywhere in the south! Join us as we sit down with the folk of Longyearbyen and resolve all the curiosities of life in the Arctic.
 
We will read and discuss Philip Pullman's phenomenal His Dark Materials series in the weeks leading up to (and including) the much anticipated HBO/BBC series of the same name. Please join us! Look for us on YouTube and pretty much anywhere else podcasts are available. Our first episode should drop soon! Please join us and listen!!
 
Chris Morgan takes listeners around the world to Italy, Germany and his own backyard of the Pacific Northwest to explore the beauty and wonder of the outdoors and its inhabitants. From beavers to wolves to grizzly bears we experience up close the resilient power of nature and our relationship with it.
 
Is there anything more fascinating than human potential? As a mindset coach and podcaster, The Adelaide Podcast sees just how far people can push their limit. The conversations I’ve had with my guests have helped me develop my own methodology of guiding principles to overcome the seemingly impossible. However, my podcast's true success can be measured by my listeners' successes: one listener will be adventuring in Svalbard in 2020, another reduced their Ironman Barcelona time by 8 minutes, a ...
 
Surf, Snow, Wake, Skate, Base, Bike and Carnage, Bands and DVD reviews, all in a brand new Action Sports podcast. Featuring all the names from all round the world going mad, from our ocean of cool as f**k content providers. Skuff TV is all about giving you a tasty hit of street level entertainment, by the people within the industry. Skuff TV has hours and hours of awesome content on the site, latest news updated daily, prize packs for giveaway and revenue share for any active content provide ...
 
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Consider supporting The Wild by making a financial gift. Find out more information at our donation page. When we talk about the wild in North America, the narrative is usually from the perspective of white European settlers. But the wild of this amazing continent, and it’s relationship with humans goes back way beyond that - thousands of years. Mem…
 
Support us:IBAN: NL98BUNQ2042785806BIC/SWIFT BUNQNL2AXXX» credit card » iDEAL» SOFORT » Bancontact The coronavirus pandemic is literally everywhere. But if it affects us who live in rather stable conditions in Central Europe or the Americas, how does it affect the indigenous people in the Arctic? Are Indigenous at much greater risk amid coronavirus…
 
At present, Will and Mrs. Coulter are engaged in a ruthless standoff with the Galevespians, one of whom is being held hostage by the Golden Monkey while the other holds a poison spur to Mrs. Coulter’s neck. Will swipes at the Golden Monkey and knocks him off of his perch, allowing the Lady Salmakia to escape. In the confusion, the Chevalier Tialys …
 
Consider supporting The Wild by making a financial gift. Find out more information at our donation page. As our society moved from the Industrial Revolution to the Information Age we now live in a time of constant interruption. In spite of social media and advances in communications, studies have shown that our society is becoming more lonely than …
 
Ema Kuhn is passionate about the Polar Regions. Always fascinated with life and nature, she decided at age 13 to become a biologist and dedicated 18 years to scientific research. Twelve years of her academic career were devoted to studying life in freezing and cold environments. An expert in Antarctic ecosystems, she has published several research …
 
China's aim to declare a special managed area at the ice sheet’s highest point is a test of Antarctic governance. China has become more and more active in Antarctica in recent years – both in research and in the international framework of agreements known as the Antarctic Treaty System that has successfully seen the frozen continent devoted to peac…
 
Considering supporting The Wild by making a financial gift. Find out more information on our donation page. This summer, I returned to the remote Norwegian archipelago of Svalbard, famous for polar bears, walruses and migratory birds. It’s been 13 years since I’ve last visited the islands and I’m excited - but apprehensive - about what I might find…
 
Deep, dark and mysterious, Lake Vostok is one of the largest subglacial lakes in the world. Once a large surface lake in East Antarctica, Lake Vostok is now buried under more than 3.7 kilometers (2.4 miles) of ice near Russia's Vostok research station. Covered with ice for millennia, cut off from light and contact with the atmosphere, Lake Vostok i…
 
The single biggest mass of ice in the world, containing about 90 percent of the planet's freshwater ice and around 60-70 percent of the total freshwater on earth, covers about 98 percent of the Antarctic continent. But the continent is divided: In East Antarctica, the ice sheet rests on a major landmass, while in West Antarctica the bed can extend …
 
The icy turtle shell of East Antarctica provides the perfect ground for the coldest place to find on Earth. A hundred little pockets of exceptional cold scattered across the highest parts of the ice sheet. The coldest spots were in shallow depressions in the ice, little hollows where the surface isn’t perfectly smooth. That’s probably because cold …
 
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