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'Rig 20' 1976 film. Beaufort Sea. Canada
 
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Old film from 1976. (Even though it says 1977 on the edit, it was 76) We shot on an oil rig in the Beaufort Sea out in the Arctic Ocean, Northern Canada. It's sort of 'a day on an oil rig' at 60+ below zero. Man it was cold. Our good friend Bob Riddell was the Cinematographer...1944-2012, RIP Bobby... The tape was rescued by Garrell Clark from an old box but it has a bad crease all the way through. Sorry...
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The End of the land- Beaufort Sea
 
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A beautiful video of our channel sent by our media member from Canada.The Beaufort Sea is a marginal sea of the Arctic Ocean, located north of the Northwest Territories, the Yukon, and Alaska, west of Canada's Arctic islands. The sea is named after hydrographer Sir Francis Beaufort.
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Standing on the Beaufort Sea
 
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For more information visit www.FrontierScientists.com
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Beaufort Sea
 
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The Beaufort Sea is a marginal sea of the Arctic Ocean, located north of the Northwest Territories, the Yukon, and Alaska, west of Canada's Arctic islands. The sea is named after hydrographer Sir Francis Beaufort. The major Mackenzie River empties into the Canadian part of the sea, west of Tuktoyaktuk, which is one of the few permanent settlements on the sea shores. The sea, characterized by severe climate, is frozen over most of the year. Historically, only a narrow pass up to 100 km opened in August–September near its shores, but recently due to climate change in the Arctic the ice-free area in late summer has greatly enlarged. Claims that the seacoast was populated about 30,000 years ago have been largely discredited; present population density is very low. The sea contains significant resources of petroleum and natural gas under its shelf, such as the Amauligak field. They were discovered in the period between the 1950s and 1980s, and their exploration became the major human activity in the area since the 1980s. The traditional occupations of fishery and whale and seal hunting are practiced only locally, and have no commercial significance. As a result, the sea hosts one of the largest colonies of beluga whales, and there is no sign of overfishing. To prevent overfishing in its waters, the US adopted precautionary commercial fisheries management plan in August 2009. In April of 2011 the Canadian government signed a memorandum of understanding with the Inuvialuit as a first step in developing a larger ocean management plan. The Canadian government announced in October 2014 that no new commercial fisheries in the Beaufort Sea will be considered until research has shown sustainable stocks that would be made available to Inuvialuit first. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Boating on the Beaufort Sea in the outer Mackenzie Delta, Canada.
 
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Boating on the Beaufort Sea in the outer Mackenzie Delta, Canada. The use of boats was necessary to move between the primary field site (Fish and Taglu Islands) and secondary field sites (Niglintgak Island and outer islands of the delta). Video taken by Tyler Kidd/Canadian Wildlife Service. Learn more about this project: http://www.ccbbirds.org/2014/12/17/tracking-shorebird-ends-earth/
Rig 20 1976 film. Beaufort Sea. Canada
 
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Old film from 1976. (Even though it says 1977 on the edit, it was 76) We shot on an oil rig in the Beaufort Sea out in the Arctic Ocean, Northern Canada. Its sort of a day on an oil rig. The rise and fall of the oil industry in the Mackenzie Delta and Beaufort Sea. For more information visit . Kham Russia 1977. program includes interviews with TCC Chair Patrick Gruben, y Evik Ruben, Carol Debbie Arey, Ron Larson, Ed Carmack, Hillary Greening, Billy Day, Celina Wolki, Roland Selamio, Randy Omingmak,.
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Arctic Ice Breaks Up in Beaufort Sea
 
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A series of intense storms in the Arctic has caused fracturing of the sea ice around the Beaufort Sea along the northern coasts of Alaska and Canada. High-resolution imagery from the Suomi NPP satellite shows the evolution of the cracks forming in the ice, called leads, from February 17 -- March 18 2013. The general circulation of the area is seen moving the ice westward along the Alaskan coast.
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1  ENG   NRCan   Beaufort Sea   Long version H264
 
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NRCan Beaufort Sea Research - Lintern
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Kigoriak Ice Breaker in the Beaufort Sea (Tuktoyaktuk)
 
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Kigoriak Ice Breaker (Canmar) near McKinley Bay, NWT, Canada (110km NE of Tuktoyaktuk) in the Beaufort Sea
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Landing on the Beaufort Sea
 
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twin otter DHC-6 landing in the NWT, Canada
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Sea Ice Webcam, Beaufort Sea, 2011
 
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Credit goes to http://obuoy.datatransport.org/monitor. See daily satellite updates of melting Arctic at http://www.arctic.io/satellite
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Driving on the Beaufort Sea
 
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On the ice road heading back from Tuktoyaktuk in February
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Aerial Survey, Part 10,  Collinson  Hd to  U S border, Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yukon and Northw
 
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Coastal video survey: Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yukon and Northwest Territories This series is produced to expedite the release of information by making unedited manuscript material available to the public in advance of formal publication, and to act as a repository for relevant supporting data that are referred to in published reports. Open Files can be maps; reports; voluminous data sets resulting from multiparameter geophysical and geochemical surveys; consultants' reports; preliminary, unvetted field and laboratory results. They are all critically reviewed by one specialist. The series is geared towards specialists (mining industry, land-use planning, geoscience students) rather than the general public. ---------------------------- Open Government Licence - Canada http://geogratis.gc.ca/api/en/nrcan-rncan/ess-sst/7dfeb547-edcd-5861-ba8c-ddf10e6bd1c6
Border dispute between USA and Canada.
 
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Territorial dispute Beaufort Sea, boundaries, since the seventies. Alaska planning licensing over next 10 years, for gas drilling. Government Response : Deepak Obhrai Parliamentary Secretary (Foreign Affairs) House of Commons - Ottawa - 24th November, 2009
Views: 1383 Dennis Bevington
Extensive Ice Fractures in the Beaufort Sea
 
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A series of intense storms in the Arctic has caused fracturing of the sea ice around the Beaufort Sea along the northern coasts of Alaska and Canada. High-resolution imagery from the Suomi NPP satellite shows the evolution of the cracks forming in the ice, called leads, from February 17 -- March 18 2013. The general circulation of the area is seen moving the ice westward along the Alaskan coast. The Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite (VIIRS) on the Suomi NPP satellite captured this view of extensive sea-ice fracturing off the northern coast of Alaska. The event began in late-January and spread west toward Banks Island throughout February and March 2013. More details at http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD...
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Aerial Survey, Part 5,  Kugmallit  Bay- Topkak  Pt to  Hansen  Hbr, Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yuk
 
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Coastal video survey: Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yukon and Northwest Territories This series is produced to expedite the release of information by making unedited manuscript material available to the public in advance of formal publication, and to act as a repository for relevant supporting data that are referred to in published reports. Open Files can be maps; reports; voluminous data sets resulting from multiparameter geophysical and geochemical surveys; consultants' reports; preliminary, unvetted field and laboratory results. They are all critically reviewed by one specialist. The series is geared towards specialists (mining industry, land-use planning, geoscience students) rather than the general public. ---------------------------- Open Government Licence - Canada http://geogratis.gc.ca/api/en/nrcan-rncan/ess-sst/7dfeb547-edcd-5861-ba8c-ddf10e6bd1c6
Beaufort Sea | Wikipedia audio article
 
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This is an audio version of the Wikipedia Article: Beaufort Sea Listening is a more natural way of learning, when compared to reading. Written language only began at around 3200 BC, but spoken language has existed long ago. Learning by listening is a great way to: - increases imagination and understanding - improves your listening skills - improves your own spoken accent - learn while on the move - reduce eye strain Now learn the vast amount of general knowledge available on Wikipedia through audio (audio article). You could even learn subconsciously by playing the audio while you are sleeping! If you are planning to listen a lot, you could try using a bone conduction headphone, or a standard speaker instead of an earphone. You can find other Wikipedia audio articles too at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuKfABj2eGyjH3ntPxp4YeQ In case you don't find one that you were looking for, put a comment. This video uses Google TTS en-US-Standard-D voice. SUMMARY ======= The Beaufort Sea (French: Mer de Beaufort) is a marginal sea of the Arctic Ocean, located north of the Northwest Territories, the Yukon, and Alaska, and west of Canada's Arctic islands. The sea is named after Sir Francis Beaufort, a hydrographer. The Mackenzie River, the longest in Canada, empties into the Canadian part of the Beaufort Sea west of Tuktoyaktuk, which is one of the few permanent settlements on the sea shores. The sea, characterized by severe climate, is frozen over most of the year. Historically, only a narrow pass up to 100 km (62 mi) opened in August–September near its shores, but recently due to climate change in the Arctic the ice-free area in late summer has greatly enlarged. Claims that the seacoast was populated about 30,000 years ago have been largely discredited (see below); present population density is very low. The sea contains significant resources of petroleum and natural gas under its shelf, such as the Amauligak field. They were discovered in the period between the 1950s and 1980s, and their exploration became the major human activity in the area since the 1980s. The traditional occupations of fishery and whale and seal hunting are practiced only locally, and have no commercial significance. As a result, the sea hosts one of the largest colonies of beluga whales, and there is no sign of overfishing. To prevent overfishing in its waters, the US adopted precautionary commercial fisheries management plan in August 2009. In April 2011 the Canadian government signed a memorandum of understanding with the Inuvialuit as a first step in developing a larger ocean management plan. The Canadian government announced in October 2014 that no new commercial fisheries in the Beaufort Sea will be considered until research has shown sustainable stocks that would be made available to Inuvialuit first.The Canadian government has set a new block of the Beaufort Sea off the Parry Peninsula in the Amundsen as a Marine Protected Area (MPA). The protected area is set to protect species and habits for the Inuvialuit community.
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Who Is The Beaufort Sea Named After?
 
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Encyclopedia articles beaufort sea memidex dictionary thesaurus. The permanent ice pack covers the northern edge of it year round. It is about 450,000 square km in area. The large 29 des 2015. Beaufort sea royal dutch shell group. It was named after the british rear admiral sir francis beaufort. The sea is named after hydrographer sir francis beaufort. Originally designed in 1806 as an aid for sailors, it has since been adapted use on land and was internationally recognised 1874 beaufort sea (coordinates 76. The major mackenzie river empties into the canadian part (40 of sea ice in beaufort. The major mackenzie river empties into the canadian part of sea, west categories arctic watershed north america seas ocean bodies water yukon northwest territories alaska canada. Upwelling and ecology in the beaufort sea canadian encyclopediabeaufort drilling leases infringe on canada's. Canada claims it runs due north following the land border between yukon and alaska's slopemaintains sea should go out at a 90 degree angle from. The entire beaufort sea is totally frozen during much of the year. The principal port on the beaufort sea outlying of arctic ocean situated north canada and alaska. Only in the 29 sep 2015 named for british rear admiral sir francis beaufort, beaufort sea, on far edges of arctic ocean, is positioned to north alaska and canada. Beaufort sea facts for kids beaufort the pew charitable trustsdefine scale at dictionary. The sea, characterized by severe climate, 4 mar 2015 the beaufort sea can be taken to include whole of clockwise gyre canada basin arctic ocean north alaska, yukon and mackenzie delta coast, bounded on east banks island prince patrick. It extends it is named for the british rear admiral sir francis beaufort. Photo by bill schmoker (polartrec 2010) the beaufort sea is a of arctic ocean, located north northwest territories, yukon, and alaska, west canada's islands. Resources the beaufort sea is rich petroleum reserves beneath seabed, a continuation of proven in nearby mackenzie river and north slope. It is bounded on the west by long strait, off wrangel island, and in east point barrow, alaska, beyond which lies beaufort sea. Large open water areas in sea ice called polynyas such as the one at cape bathurst southeast beaufort provide crucial habitat for dependent species. Alternatively, it has been defined as that part of the arctic ocean lying 19 mar 2016 for decades, u. The difference is a the sea covers about 450,000 km (170,000 mi) in areanaming name of come from irish hydrographer sir francis beaufort. S and canada have disagreed about the offshore boundary in beaufort. By a line connecting point barrow, alaska, and lands end, prince patrick island. The bering strait forms its southernm
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Adventure Plein Air Painting - Beaufort Sea, Yukon, Canada with Men Who Paint (Part 3)
 
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http://www.menwhopaint.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Men.Who.Paint Halfway to Heaven documents the Men Who Paint’s artistic journey though the remote National Park, which borders Alaska and the Beaufort Sea and shows them at work on some of the over 100 plein air paintings done on site. The artists, accompanied by Parks Canada staff and a camp cook, were based at the Sheep Creek Warden station on the Firth River. There they slept in tents, visiting various locations on foot, or in some instances by helicopter, to document the National Park. Since their formation in 2007, Men Who Paint have embraced plein air painting. Inspired by the work and adventurous spirit of the early Canadian painters, the group, until recently, has spent most of their painting time outdoors. Their travels have seen them at many Canadian locations, including Banff National Park, Ontario’s Algonquin Park, and Yukon’s Ivvavik National Park, Prince Albert National Park, Emma Lake, La Ronge and Cypress Hills.
Views: 592 Greg Hargarten
Aerial Survey, Part 2,  North shore of  Liverpool  Bay, Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yukon and North
 
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Coastal video survey: Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yukon and Northwest Territories This series is produced to expedite the release of information by making unedited manuscript material available to the public in advance of formal publication, and to act as a repository for relevant supporting data that are referred to in published reports. Open Files can be maps; reports; voluminous data sets resulting from multiparameter geophysical and geochemical surveys; consultants' reports; preliminary, unvetted field and laboratory results. They are all critically reviewed by one specialist. The series is geared towards specialists (mining industry, land-use planning, geoscience students) rather than the general public. ---------------------------- Open Government Licence - Canada http://geogratis.gc.ca/api/en/nrcan-rncan/ess-sst/7dfeb547-edcd-5861-ba8c-ddf10e6bd1c6
Drone video of Beaufort Sea Erosion | APTN News
 
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This drone footage shows erosion along the shores of the Beaufort Sea near Tuktoyaktuk courtesy of Dustin Whalen at Canada North Resources. See Charlotte Morritt-Jacobs' story here: http://aptnnews.ca/?p=97233
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Flying over the Arctic Ocean, Beaufort Sea
 
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Cessna 206 with door removed for photography
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Brooding blob sculpin
 
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During a research expedition to the Beaufort Sea in the Canadian Arctic in the summer of 2017, scientists from MBARI, the Korea Polar Research Institute, and the Geological Survey of Canada observed a blob sculpin tending its eggs. The research team was using MBARI’s MiniROV to collect samples and document the seafloor using the ROV’s high-definition camera. This fish was observed at approximately 1,000 meters deep on the Western Mackenzie Trough, above the Arctic Circle. Perched atop a clean rock, the adult fish was standing guard next to small, white spheres: its eggs. This level of parental care has rarely been observed for deep-sea animals, but was documented by MBARI scientists for both the blob sculpin species Psychrolutes phrictus and the octopus Granelodone boreopacifica off the coast of California in 2003 and, in more detail, for Granelodone boreopacifica in Monterey Canyon in 2014. This rare sighting is just another example of how MBARI’s early investments in observational technology are paying dividends today. For more information, see the MBARI 2017 Annual Report: annualreport.mbari.org/2017
Race is on for Arctic Treasures
 
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The US, Canada and Russia have launched competing expeditions to map the bottom of the sea near the North Pole. Canadian Arctic researcher Edward Struzik shared some details behind the unlikely US-Canadian partnership. "Canada and the US do have a disagreement over one area: the Beaufort Sea, which contains a lot of oil and gas. But they have set those differences apart because they don't really have the icebreaker power to do the job that is necessary to do in a short period of time. They say: 'Let's get on with it', because the Russians are very far ahead of the game, the Norwegians have already done their work and Denmark has done a very good job as well," Struzik told RT. More than a third of the world's undiscovered gas and a tenth of its oil reserves are estimated to be in the region. So the race is on to claim ownership of the pole. "The oil there is expensive right now, but for countries like the US it is a matter of energy security," said Dr. Iosif Diskin, chairman of the National Strategy Council. "It will give Americans uninterrupted energy supplies regardless of any conflicts anywhere in the world." "The ability of a country to stake its place there will determine its prosperity in the coming decades," argued Arkady Tishkov, deputy director of the Geographic Institute. But it is not yet clear how the pie will be divided between the five nations closest to the North Pole. The easiest way to gain economic rights to significant portions of the Arctic is by proving they are linked to the country itself by land. And this is what these expeditions are trying to do. As for Russia, it is hoping to prove our economic rights to the region before the UN by 2013 -- this involves showing the exact location and makeup of our continental shelf. Michel Chossudovsky from the Canadian Centre for Research on Globalization believes the US "is pushing to extend its territorial sovereignty into the Arctic region without, however, abiding by the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea." "It does not have a continental extension in the Arctic region, as in the case of Canada, Denmark the Russian Federation and Norway," he said. "This is visible and it is understood from what we know about the region geographically. But what the United States is doing with this mission -- it's a joint mission between the US and Canada -- is essentially to use Canada as a means to extend its own sovereignty under the North American umbrella." Russia symbolically planted a flag at the North Pole back in 2007. Some have speculated this is a hint of the political grandstanding to follow. But Diskin does not believe it will come to armed conflict. "I will expect the word of the United Nations will be final on this," he predicted. Despite tens of millions spent by the northern neighbors, so far not a cent has been earned from the Arctic. "Russia, for example, doesn't have the skills, doesn't have the ships to extract oil in the Arctic -- it spends less on this than on football," stated Robert Nigmatulin from the Institute of Oceanology. But new technologies and equipment resistant to extreme weather and isolation may soon be here. Nigmatulin expects the active exploitation of the Arctic to begin within ten years. "But it's not just about the profit -- the risks as well," he warned. "If you see the recent oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, you can predict the scale of disasters that can happen in the fragile Arctic climate." Discussion of environmental risks may delay offshore drilling in the Arctic, but it is unlikely to prevent it. And one thing is clear: A region that has so far existed without major human involvement is set for its biggest and most rapid period of change in millions of years. Aired on Russia Today on August 7, 2010. Full story: http://rt.com/Top_News/2010-08-07/arctic-expedition-north-pole.html
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The Greatest STORM in the WORLD 2017, big Waves 20 m
 
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The Greatest STORM in the WORLD 2017, big waves 20 m This video was created for Educational Purposes, for people who want to know how a Beaufort scale 12-point storm looks like and what will happen when the 12 point Beaufort scale storm with 20 meters waves hits different objects in the sea, such as ships, oil platforms, lighthouses Copy Right Claim : Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. No copyright intended. All content used in adherence to Fair Use copyright law. The link on this video https://youtu.be/Le-tHm3OLMo 📌For More Top 10 Videos visit📌 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6t9VvQ4CDQKUO1xlTztOPA/videos The Greatest Tsunami in the World HD footage https://youtu.be/Ca-b2jD9uzU top 10 ship in hurricane storm with great wave https://youtu.be/jDbD9KouViM to see the collection of clothes and accessories with the symbols of The Top 10 channel follow this link https://teespring.com/for-my-dear-fans-with-love
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DFN:Alaska Air National Guardsmen conduct airdrop operations on frozen Beaufort Sea,AK,US,03.02.2018
 
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Defense Flash News: Alaska Air National Guardsmen conduct airdrop operations on frozen Beaufort Sea AK, UNITED STATES 03.02.2018 Video by Staff Sgt. Balinda O'Neal Dresel Alaska National Guard Public Affairs Alaska Air National Guardsmen with the 249th Airlift Squadron leave Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson via C-17 Globemaster III transport aircraft on an air drop mission several hundred miles north of the Alaskan coastline March 2, 2018. This training is linked to the Alaska National Guard’s Arctic Eagle 2018 and U.S. Navy’s Ice Exercise. A number of Department of Defense exercises afford participating forces the opportunity to operate in a joint environment while assessing the ability to conduct sustained operations in arctic conditions including Arctic Eagle 2018, Alaskan Command’s Exercise Arctic Edge, the U.S. Army’s Arctic Pegasus, and the U.S. Navy’s ICEX. ICEX 2018 is a five-week exercise that allows the U.S. Navy to assess its operational readiness in the Arctic, increase experience in the region, advance understanding of the Arctic environment, and continue to develop relationships with other services, allies and partner organizations. The exercises occur in February and March 2018, and dates for each exercise varies. TAGS,Alaska,arctic,air drop,ICEX,exercise,Alaska National Guard,Alaska Air National Guard,176th Wing,249th Airlift Squadron,ArcticEagle18,ICEX18,Beaufort Sea SUBSCRIBE ME PLEASE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAlZ-9e75wau2hY_wWFliNA PLEASE CHECK OUT FOR MORE VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgt2lndbOCnYwrhRgL3jhp_RKJ_I9XrPC
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Dramatic Decline in Southern Beaufort Sea Polar Bears
 
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The polar bear population in the southern Beaufort Sea has declined by about 40% in recent years. Dr. Steven Amstrup, chief scientist at Polar Bears International, talks about what this means.
Aerial Survey, Part 1,  South  Shore of  Liverpool  Bay, Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yukon and Nort
 
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Coastal video survey: Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yukon and Northwest Territories This series is produced to expedite the release of information by making unedited manuscript material available to the public in advance of formal publication, and to act as a repository for relevant supporting data that are referred to in published reports. Open Files can be maps; reports; voluminous data sets resulting from multiparameter geophysical and geochemical surveys; consultants' reports; preliminary, unvetted field and laboratory results. They are all critically reviewed by one specialist. The series is geared towards specialists (mining industry, land-use planning, geoscience students) rather than the general public. ---------------------------- Open Government Licence - Canada http://geogratis.gc.ca/api/en/nrcan-rncan/ess-sst/7dfeb547-edcd-5861-ba8c-ddf10e6bd1c6
Jane and I on the Beaufort Sea
 
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Us on the ledo deck after work, talking about life in the Arctic.
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Stan Rogers - Northwest Passage
 
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Click "more info" for lyrics! Give Stan Rogers a space on the Canadian walk of fame, sign the petition here: http://www.petitiononline.com/GSRAS1/petition.html Thank you in advance for your support. -Give Stan A Star Foundation Chorus: Ah, for just one time I would take the Northwest Passage To find the hand of Franklin reaching for the Beaufort Sea; Tracing one warm line through a land so wild and savage And make a Northwest Passage to the sea. Westward from the Davis Strait 'tis there 'twas said to lie The sea route to the Orient for which so many died; Seeking gold and glory, leaving weathered, broken bones And a long-forgotten lonely cairn of stones. (chorus) Three centuries thereafter, I take passage overland In the footsteps of brave Kelso, where his "sea of flowers" began Watching cities rise before me, then behind me sink again This tardiest explorer, driving hard across the plain. (chorus) And through the night, behind the wheel, the mileage clicking west I think upon Mackenzie, David Thompson and the rest Who cracked the mountain ramparts and did show a path for me To race the roaring Fraser to the sea. (chorus) How then am I so different from the first men through this way? Like them, I left a settled life, I threw it all away. To seek a Northwest Passage at the call of many men To find there but the road back home again. (chorus)
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Beaufort Sea Ice Sees Rapid Melt as Warm Air Invades
 
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The severe western ridge which has contributed to heatwaves and wildfires in the south appears to be accelerating ice melt in Arctic regions such as the Beaufort Sea.
Views: 2282 Robert Fanney
DFN:Alaska Guardsmen conduct aerial refueling, arctic operations in frozen Beaufort Sea, AK, U.S.
 
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Defense Flash News: Alaska Guardsmen conduct aerial refueling, arctic operations in frozen Beaufort Sea AK, UNITED STATES 03.07.2018 Video by Staff Sgt. Balinda O'Neal Dresel Alaska National Guard Public Affairs Alaska Guardsmen from the 176th Wing's 210th Rescue Squadron conduct aerial refueling of an HH-60 Pave Hawk helicopter via a 211th RSQ HC-130J Combat King II aircraft several hundred miles north of the Alaskan coastline before landing at Deadhorse March 7, 2018. This training is linked to the Alaska National Guard's Arctic Eagle 2018 and U.S. Navy's Ice Exercise. A number of Department of Defense exercises afford participating forces the opportunity to operate in a joint environment while assessing the ability to conduct sustained operations in arctic conditions including Arctic Eagle 2018, Alaskan Command's Exercise Arctic Edge, the U.S. Army's Arctic Pegasus, and the U.S. Navy's ICEX. ICEX 2018 is a five-week exercise that allows the U.S. Navy to assess its operational readiness in the Arctic, increase experience in the region, advance understanding of the Arctic environment, and continue to develop relationships with other services, allies and partner organizations. The exercises occur in February and March 2018, and dates for each exercise varies. TAGS,ICEX,aerial refueling,aircraft,helicopter,HH-60 Pave Hawk,176th Wing,210th Rescue Squadron,Ice Exercise,HC-130J Combat King II,Arctic Eagle,AE18,ArcticEagle18,211th RSQ SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL PLEASE: https://www.youtube.com/c/DefenseFlashNews PLEASE CHECK OUT FOR MORE VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgt2lndbOCnYwrhRgL3jhp_RKJ_I9XrPC
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How To Pronounce Beaufort Sea
 
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The Beaufort Sea (French: mer de Beaufort) is a marginal sea of the Arctic Ocean,[4] located north of the Northwest Territories, the Yukon, and Alaska, west of Canada's Arctic islands. The sea is named after hydrographer Sir Francis Beaufort. The major Mackenzie River empties into the Canadian part of the sea, west of Tuktoyaktuk, which is one of the few permanent settlements on the sea shores. The sea, characterized by severe climate, is frozen over most of the year. Historically, only a narrow pass up to 100 km (62 mi) opened in August–September near its shores, but recently due to climate change in the Arctic the ice-free area in late summer has greatly enlarged. Claims that the seacoast was populated about 30,000 years ago have been largely discredited (see below); present population density is very low. The sea contains significant resources of petroleum and natural gas under its shelf, such as the Amauligak field. They were discovered in the period between the 1950s and 1980s, and their exploration became the major human activity in the area since the 1980s. The traditional occupations of fishery and whale and seal hunting are practiced only locally, and have no commercial significance. As a result, the sea hosts one of the largest colonies of beluga whales, and there is no sign of overfishing. To prevent overfishing in its waters, the US adopted precautionary commercial fisheries management plan in August 2009.[5] In April 2011 the Canadian government signed a memorandum of understanding with the Inuvialuit as a first step in developing a larger ocean management plan.[6] The Canadian government announced in October 2014 that no new commercial fisheries in the Beaufort Sea will be considered until research has shown sustainable stocks that would be made available to Inuvialuit first. Click here to Subscribe This Channel:- https://goo.gl/iivW5F
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NASA - Ocean Currents Changing Due To Global Warming
 
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NASA Finds Russian Runoff Freshening Canadian Arct The transpolar drift (purple arrows) is a dominant circulation feature in the Arctic Ocean that carries freshwater runoff (red arrows) from rivers in Russia across the North Pole and south towards Greenland. Under changing atmospheric conditions, emergent circulation patterns (blue arrows) drive freshwater runoff east towards Canada, resulting in freshening of Arctic water in the Canada Basin. Retrieved from: http://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/videogallery/index.html?media_id=127707011 PASADENA, Calif. - A new NASA and University of Washington study allays concerns that melting Arctic sea ice could be increasing the amount of freshwater in the Arctic enough to have an impact on the global "ocean conveyor belt" that redistributes heat around our planet. Lead author and oceanographer Jamie Morison of the University of Washington's Applied Physics Laboratory in Seattle, and his team, detected a previously unknown redistribution of freshwater during the past decade from the Eurasian half of the Arctic Ocean to the Canadian half. Yet despite the redistribution, they found no change in the net amount of freshwater in the Arctic that might signal a change in the conveyor belt. The team attributes the redistribution to an eastward shift in the path of Russian runoff through the Arctic Ocean, which is tied to an increase in the strength of the Northern Hemisphere's west-to-east atmospheric circulation, known as the Arctic Oscillation. The resulting counterclockwise winds changed the direction of ocean circulation, diverting upper-ocean freshwater from Russian rivers away from the Arctic's Eurasian Basin, between Russia and Greenland, to the Beaufort Sea in the Canada Basin bordered by the United States and Canada. The stronger Arctic Oscillation is associated with two decades of reduced atmospheric pressure over the Russian side of the Arctic. Results of the NASA- and National Science Foundation-funded study are published Jan. 5 in the journal Nature. Between 2003 and 2008, the resulting redistribution of freshwater was equivalent to adding 10 feet (3 meters) of freshwater over the central Beaufort Sea. The freshwater changes were seen between 2005 and 2008 by combining ocean bottom pressure, or mass, data from NASA's Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment satellites with ocean height data from NASA's ICESat satellite. By calculating the difference between the two sets of measurements, the team was able to map changes in freshwater content over the entire Arctic Ocean, including regions where direct water sample measurements are not available. "Knowing the pathways of freshwater is important to understanding global climate because freshwater protects sea ice by helping create a strongly stratified cold layer between the ice and warmer, saltier water below that comes into the Arctic from the Atlantic Ocean," said Morison. "The reduction in freshwater entering the Eurasian Basin resulting from the Arctic Oscillation change could contribute to sea ice declines in that part of the Arctic." Read more at: http://www.nasa.gov/topics/earth/features/earth20120104.html River water hundreds of miles off course http://www.earthtimes.org/climate/river-water-hundreds-miles-off-course/1742/ Similar story: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-16657122
Views: 18957 GlobalClimateNews
Case Study: Oil Exploration in the Beaufort Sea
 
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As part of a satellite communications contract with Network Innovations of Calgary, technicians hired by Intelsat General had installed a satellite antenna and a new terminal abroad the Polar Prince when the ship was in port at Victoria, British Colombia. But two days after the ship left Victoria to head north, the antenna stopped working due to what was later determined to be a component failure. Learn about our work on oil exploration in the Beaufort Sea, in which one of our employees took a total of 11 airplane flights to ensure that our customers got the service they signed up for. Check out our website: http://www.intelsatgeneral.com/ Follow us on Twitter: @IGCorp Connect with us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company-beta/75579/
Views: 159 Intelsat General
Studying Geo-Hazards in the Beaufort Sea (Byte-Sized Science)
 
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Scientist Michelle Côté walks us through her exciting projects, including the work she does with scientists from around the world.
Views: 234 NaturalResourcesCa
Aerial Survey, Part 8,  Mackenzie  Bay- Shoalwater  Bay to  Kay  Pt., Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Y
 
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Coastal video survey: Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yukon and Northwest Territories This series is produced to expedite the release of information by making unedited manuscript material available to the public in advance of formal publication, and to act as a repository for relevant supporting data that are referred to in published reports. Open Files can be maps; reports; voluminous data sets resulting from multiparameter geophysical and geochemical surveys; consultants' reports; preliminary, unvetted field and laboratory results. They are all critically reviewed by one specialist. The series is geared towards specialists (mining industry, land-use planning, geoscience students) rather than the general public. ---------------------------- Open Government Licence - Canada http://geogratis.gc.ca/api/en/nrcan-rncan/ess-sst/7dfeb547-edcd-5861-ba8c-ddf10e6bd1c6
Aerial Survey, Part 9,  Kay  Pt to  Collinson  Hd,  Herschel  I., Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yukon
 
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Coastal video survey: Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yukon and Northwest Territories This series is produced to expedite the release of information by making unedited manuscript material available to the public in advance of formal publication, and to act as a repository for relevant supporting data that are referred to in published reports. Open Files can be maps; reports; voluminous data sets resulting from multiparameter geophysical and geochemical surveys; consultants' reports; preliminary, unvetted field and laboratory results. They are all critically reviewed by one specialist. The series is geared towards specialists (mining industry, land-use planning, geoscience students) rather than the general public. ---------------------------- Open Government Licence - Canada http://geogratis.gc.ca/api/en/nrcan-rncan/ess-sst/7dfeb547-edcd-5861-ba8c-ddf10e6bd1c6
David McGuinty questions the government on the Beaufort Sea
 
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The Environment Mr. David McGuinty (Ottawa South, Lib.): Mr. Speaker, the government has expedited the processing of Beaufort Sea exploration licences. In response, the oil companies involved asked the government for an environmental protection plan that has yet to be developed. BP and Imperial Oil have recognized that it was crucial that Canadian standards not be weakened. Unlike the United States, Canada does not require any environmental assessment to be carried out at the exploration and licensing stages. Why do the Conservatives keep refusing to produce an environmental protection plan? Hon. Jim Prentice (Minister of the Environment, CPC): Mr. Speaker, as the hon. member knows, Canada has an exceptional regulatory agency in the form of the National Energy Board. We have been very clear. The government has been clear and the National Energy Board has been clear that no drilling will take place in Canada unless the environment is protected and public safety is protected. We have an extraordinary record as a country, and we will continue to proceed on that basis. Mr. David McGuinty (Ottawa South, Lib.): Mr. Speaker, in December offshore drilling regulations were deliberately weakened to allow oil companies to set their own environmental protection goals and safety standards. In contrast to the United States' using a strict and prescriptive approach for every offshore platform, the Conservatives do not even require safety valves and blowout preventers. What this really means is that the Conservatives are asking industry to put the public interest ahead of their self-interest and shareholder profits. Will the government reinstate tough regulations that hold oil companies to the highest standards or not? Hon. Christian Paradis (Minister of Natural Resources, CPC): Mr. Speaker, nothing could be further from the truth. Canadian regulations require companies to prove they can operate safely in specific situations using the most advanced technology tailored to their circumstances. We have stringent regulations that put the onus on industries to prove to regulators that they can protect their workers, the public and the environment. No drilling will proceed unless the government is convinced, period. Canadians expect nothing less.
Views: 86 David McGuinty
Polar Bear in Beaufort Sea
 
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Polar Bear on Beaufort Sea ice, seen from USCGC Healy on 2010 International Extended Continental Shelf Survey. Filmed by PolarTREC teacher Bill Schmoker.
Views: 823 PolarTREC
Alaska Guardsmen Helicopter Operations on Frozen Beaufort Sea
 
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Alaska Guardsmen conduct operations in frozen Beaufort Sea. HD Video by Spc. Michael Risinger | 134th Public Affairs Detachment | 03.04.2018 -- UH-60 Blackhawks takeoff from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. More aviation videos at http://www.youtube.com/user/okrajoe Please visit our channel to subscribe. . . .
Views: 457 okrajoe
Sunset Beaufort Sea, Tuktoyaktuk C131-0048-0985
 
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4K UHD Time-lapse Video Sunset over Beaufort Sea, Arctic Ocean from Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, Canada on March 31, 2016. Taken with Canon EOS 5D MarkII, EF200/2.8LII Apple ProRes/DNxHD available upon request for production use. (c)2016 Yuichi Takasaka / www.blue-moon.ca
Views: 114 Yuichi Takasaka
Aerial Survey, Part 6,  Mackenzie  Bay- Hansen  Hbr to  Garry  I., Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yuko
 
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Coastal video survey: Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yukon and Northwest Territories This series is produced to expedite the release of information by making unedited manuscript material available to the public in advance of formal publication, and to act as a repository for relevant supporting data that are referred to in published reports. Open Files can be maps; reports; voluminous data sets resulting from multiparameter geophysical and geochemical surveys; consultants' reports; preliminary, unvetted field and laboratory results. They are all critically reviewed by one specialist. The series is geared towards specialists (mining industry, land-use planning, geoscience students) rather than the general public. ---------------------------- Open Government Licence - Canada http://geogratis.gc.ca/api/en/nrcan-rncan/ess-sst/7dfeb547-edcd-5861-ba8c-ddf10e6bd1c6
Gravity Coring Opps on USCGC Healy in Southern Beaufort Sea
 
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Conducting gravity coring operations aboard the USCGC Healy in the Southern Beaufort Sea during the 2010 International Extended Continental Shelf Survey. This is a simple way to retrieve soft sediment cores- the coring pipe is driven into the sea bed by the 2-ton weight at the top of the coring device. Filmed by PolarTREC teacher Bill Schmoker
Views: 3823 PolarTREC
ARCTIC KAYAK EXPEDITION ALASKA 2015, part 1. FROSTBITE and HURRICANES on the ARCTIC OCEAN
 
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An airplane brought me from Anchorage to Prudhoe Bay (yep, at the end of the Dalton Highway) at the northern shores of the North Slope, then driving over the ice road to Badami oil station. Here I packed the eighteen - foot sea kayak with gear and supplies for two months. I had left the kayak here in the connex at the end of the last season (Arctic Venture 2014). In ten days, six hurricane force winds raged over the frozen Beaufort Sea. Underway, I was hit by frostbite. I had large blisters on the tip of my toes, I again needed help from the workforce of an other oil station: Badami. After a three week recovery in Anchorage, I was ready to go again. Enjoy the drama, safely from behind the computer! If you like this video, please subscribe and share with all your friends. Arctic Venture is one of the most extreme polar expeditions of modern times. It's the first solo expedition ever to travel from Nome (Alaska) over Canada to Greenland, by kayak skis and a snow kite. Why? For the fun of it!
Views: 3993 Yuri Klaver
Nature Documentary - Amazing Wildlife of Alaska - Documentary
 
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Documentary, Documentaries, Documentary Films, Documentaries Nature, Nature - Amazing Wildlife of Alaska - Documentary. Documentary Films, Documentary HD, Documentaries. The wildlife of Alaska is diverse and abundant. This article gives information on a selection of the best-known animal species in Alaska. [Documentary] Watch more documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgOlZVG2RZs&list=PLTEq-I2WHEVgLvnFhFdBs43-rlm6uCGN- Brown bear Brown bear at Katmai National Park. Alaska contains about 98% of the U.S. brown bear population and 70% of the total North American population. An estimated 30,000 brown bears live in Alaska. Of that number, about 1,450 are harvested by hunters yearly. [Documentary] Black bear The black bear is much smaller than the brown bear. They are found in larger numbers on the mainland of Alaska, but are not found on the islands off of the Gulf of Alaska and the Seward Peninsula. Black bears have been seen in Alaska in a few different shades of colors such as black, brown, cinnamon, and even a rare blue shade. They are widely scattered over Alaska, and pose more of a problem to humans because they come in close contact with them on a regular basis. They are considered a nuisance because they frequently stroll through local towns, camps, backyards, and streets because of their curiosity and easy food sources such as garbage. Black bears are big dangerous animals that attack when bothered or hungry. As many as 100,000 black bears live in Alaska. Polar bear Polar bears on the Beaufort Sea coast. Alaska's polar bear populations are concentrated along its Arctic coastlines. In the winter, they are most common in the Kuskokwim Delta, St. Matthew Island, and at the southernmost portion of St. Lawrence Island. During the summer months, they migrate to the coastlines of the Arctic Ocean and the Chukchi Sea. There are two main polar bear populations in Alaska. The Chukchi population is found off in the western part of Alaska near the Wrangell Islands, and the Beaufort Sea population is located near Alaska’s North Slope. [Documentary] Keywords Channel: National Geographic, Documentary, Nature, documentary nature, documentary national geographic, nature documentary, nation nature, nature geographic. Documentaries. Documentary HD, documentary films. Note: Video not belong me. All rights belongs to respective owners and creator!
Views: 97913 ChannelM
McKinley Bay, NWT, Canada (110km NE of Tuktoyaktuk)
 
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McKinley Bay, NWT, Canada (110km NE of Tuktoyaktuk) in the Beaufort Sea - Canmar (Canadian Marine Drilling) - DryDock, Kigoriak Ice Breaker, Explorer Drill Ships, Suppliers.
Views: 115 Dean Yergens
Aerial Survey, Part 7,  Mackenzie  Bay  Is.- Pullen,  Hopper and  Pelly, Canadian Beaufort Sea coast
 
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Coastal video survey: Canadian Beaufort Sea coast, Yukon and Northwest Territories This series is produced to expedite the release of information by making unedited manuscript material available to the public in advance of formal publication, and to act as a repository for relevant supporting data that are referred to in published reports. Open Files can be maps; reports; voluminous data sets resulting from multiparameter geophysical and geochemical surveys; consultants' reports; preliminary, unvetted field and laboratory results. They are all critically reviewed by one specialist. The series is geared towards specialists (mining industry, land-use planning, geoscience students) rather than the general public. ---------------------------- Open Government Licence - Canada http://geogratis.gc.ca/api/en/nrcan-rncan/ess-sst/7dfeb547-edcd-5861-ba8c-ddf10e6bd1c6
Northwest Passage - (A Capella) - Michael Kelly - (Stan Rogers cover)
 
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My cover of one of the late, great Stan Rogers' most famous and iconically Canadian songs. 'Northwest Passage' compares the journey of a modern day traveler to those of explorers during the early day's of Canada's history, when brave souls sought to discover a navigable sea trade route between the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. The song recalls the adventures of such explorers as Sir John Franklin, Henry Kelsey, David Thompson, and Sir Alexander Mackenzie. Many people dreamed of the riches and glory that could be gained by discovering a route that would allow faster sea trade with Asia, but the harsh conditions and geography of the area made travel in the region perilous, and many people lost their lives in the attempt to find it. This song release wraps up my month of Canadian content. As a bonus, I've recorded two different versions of the song. This one is the version that is closer to the way that Stan Rogers performs it, slower and a cappella. The harmony during the chorus was recorded in 6 parts. --- If you enjoy my music, please visit my Patreon page and consider becoming a patron of the arts! Support my music at Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/MichaelKelly CD's available at Kunaki - http://kunaki.com/MSales.asp?PublisherId=141858 Album MP3's available through BandCamp - http://michaelkellymusic.bandcamp.com/releases --- "NORTHWEST PASSAGE" - Written by Stan Rogers [Chorus:] Ah, for just one time I would take the Northwest Passage To find the hand of Franklin reaching for the Beaufort Sea; Tracing one warm line through a land so wide and savage And make a Northwest Passage to the sea. Westward from the Davis Strait 'tis there 'twas said to lie The sea route to the Orient for which so many died; Seeking gold and glory, leaving weathered, broken bones And a long-forgotten lonely cairn of stones. [Chorus] Three centuries thereafter, I take passage overland In the footsteps of brave Kelso, where his "sea of flowers" began Watching cities rise before me, then behind me sink again This tardiest explorer, driving hard across the plain. [Chorus] And through the night, behind the wheel, the mileage clicking west I think upon Mackenzie, David Thompson and the rest Who cracked the mountain ramparts and did show a path for me To race the roaring Fraser to the sea. [Chorus] How then am I so different from the first men through this way? Like them, I left a settled life, I threw it all away. To seek a Northwest Passage at the call of many men To find there but the road back home again. [Chorus]
Views: 2025 BardMichaelKelly