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Spitsbergen Retraced - film screening and Q&A session

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In 1923, four students from Oxford University made the first crossing of the Spitsbergen ice cap. 93 years later, four students returned to Svalbard to retrace this epic journey. The film “Spitsbergen Retraced” tells the story of the 2016 unsupported expedition.

The film examines elements of Arctic landscape, glaciology and historical exploration and also provides a useful introduction to those considering expeditions within the Circumpolar North.

This talk is part of the Arctic Talks series.

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