Tuesday, October 02, 2007

Svalbard the global warming indicator?

The polar bears living near the north pole of the earth, will be important to study in order to understand the progress of a possible global warming. Ingrid and Bob Bovin took part in a photographic expedition to the north east ice landscape of Svalbard in September the year 2007. The ship, named Stockholm, with captain Per and his staff, made an unforgettable visit in the pack ice possible where they could see more than 20 polar bears in the different situations and weather. This is a collection of images, selected from more than 6000, which can be used to illustrate the situation of living for the polar bears to day.