Les oasis de l'Arctique

Documentary

1999

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This documentary delivers an account of a scientific mission which took place on board the icebreaker Pierre-Radisson, in the Great North.

During the summer of 1998, around sixty Canadian experts and researchers, accompanied by scientists from six counties, analyzed the North Water Polynya. The polynyas or northern oases are complex ecosystems that are rarely heard of elsewhere.

Biologists and researchers acknowledge their importance and contribution to the diversity of fauna worldwide.


Format(s)

1 X 52 minutes

Broadcaster(s)

TV5

Director(s)

Vic Pelletier


Distributor(s)

Ciné-Fête