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FT.0190-00
© Ecocepts International,
FT.0190-00
Arctic Landscape
Tanqueray Fiord, Ellesmere Island
TJ.0224-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0224-00
Meltwater stream is absorbed by eroded sand. Erosion features. Drømmebugt, King Oscars Fjord. East Greenland.
LS.0106-00
© L. Sass
LS.0106-00
The Hulahula River passing between foothills of the Romanzof Mountains and Kikiktak Mountain to the Coastal Plain beyond. The limestone in the foreground is Devonian Katakturuk Formation. The small tributary creek in the background is Esetuk Creek. Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Brooks Range, Alaska.
TJ.0081-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0081-00
Remains of the Gypsum mine, Skansbukta, Svalbard, 2006. Print size to A4.(8 x 11.5 inches)
EG.5018-51
© B&C Alexander
EG.5018-51
Icebergs float with the Hematite rich red slopes of Røde Fiord behind them. East Greenland
EG.5027-49
© B&C Alexander
EG.5027-49
Erosion features below a hanging valley in Drømmebugten, Bay of Dreams, off Kong Oskars Fjord in East Greenland.
EG.5030-40
© B&C Alexander
EG.5030-40
Dawn in Kejser Franz Joseph Fjord, with the amazing Eleonora Sediment layers, bright and broken. East Greenland National Park
EG.5030-43
© B&C Alexander
EG.5030-43
Teufelsschloss, Devils Castlerises nearly 1,500m over Kejser Franz Joseph Fjord. North-east Greenland National Park.
EG.5005-57
© B&C Alexander
EG.5005-57
Bands of sorted stones run downhill, caused by frost and solifluction. Hurry Inlet. East Greenland.
SZ.0813-10
© B&C Alexander
SZ.0813-10
Plateau shaped mountains of level sedimentary layers. Cholmaksla, Brepollen. Hornsund. Svalbard.
SZ.0817-21
© B&C Alexander
SZ.0817-21
Glacial erratic perched on the tundra at Blomstrandhalvoya, Purple Saxifrage flowers nearby. Spitsbergen.
SZ.0811-12
© B&C Alexander
SZ.0811-12
Gail Goldberg breaks rocks to look for fossils high on the moraine to Longyearbreen above Longyearbyen. Svalbard
EG.5029-24
© B&C Alexander
EG.5029-24
Tourists on an Esker with the mountains of Greenland's interior on the horizon. Traill Ø. North-east Greenland National Park
EG.5031-29
© B&C Alexander
EG.5031-29
Iceberg floats in Eleonora Bay, famous for its 16km deep sedimentary layers. Kejser Franz Joseph Fiord. North-east Greenland National Park
EG.5005-48
© B&C Alexander
EG.5005-48
Light catches an area of solifluction and erosion in the Dombrava River Valley. Hurry Inlet. Scoresbysund. East Greenland
RFJ0011-24
© B&C Alexander
RFJ0011-24
One of the remarkable spherical stones on Champ Island. Franz Josef Land, Russia.
KR.0216-04
© K. Robinson
KR.0216-04
Spectacular rock formation at Cape Tegettoff on Hall Island. Franz Josef Land.
RFJ0008-09
© B&C Alexander
RFJ0008-09
Cross section of rock showing fossilised organism, believed to be the start of a spherical rock. Franz Josef Land.
RFJ0011-12
© B&C Alexander
RFJ0011-12
One of the remarkable spherical stones on Champ Island. Franz Josef Land, Russia.
CE.0010-01
© B&C Alexander
CE.0010-01
Soil terraces caused by the action of thawing, called Solifluction. Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada
JK.0013-00
© J Kobalenko
JK.0013-00
Hedgehog/rose rocks, Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada
WG.9733-02
© B&C Alexander
WG.9733-02
Qilakitsoq where the 16th Century mummies were found. Uummannaq. West Greenland.
RY.0811-02
© B&C Alexander
RY.0811-02
Eroded bank of the Pur River. Purovsky Region, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia
BA.9963-17
© B&C Alexander
BA.9963-17
The Hoodoo's, a Dramatic eroded land form in a river valley on Bylot Is. Pond Inlet. Nunavut. Canada.

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