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From all of us at GoNorth!, Thank You!!

Experience GoNorth! Greenland 2010!
Discover and learn along with Team GoNorth! with sights, sounds and impressions captured on the expedition. Interact and collaborate - Explore the Arctic and our world!

Congratulations to our Zone winners!!! And thank you to all of you awesome students out there who submitted to the Zones. You are truly Polar Husky superstars!

On that note, the mighty Polar Huskies are back at Expedition Basecamp in the United States as the journey traversing through Greenland has come to an end – A huge congratulations to our team on the trail for successfully completing the five-year, five adventure learning expeditions, around the circumpolar Arctic!

While the team on the trail have been reporting from Greenland, student explorers worldwide have been exploring along… Do not miss highlights from explorations in the classroom: the GoNorth! students and teachers in more than 4500 classroom across 50 US states and in some 30 countries on five continents!

Yes, this is the last week of GoNorth! being live, but its not over yet... Make sure to join our final chat live with expedition leader and GoNorth! program director Mille Porsild Friday, May 28th at 10 AM CT.

Enjoy exploring the last updates from Greenland and how the expedition made its way home to tales of adventure learning in the classroom this week - maybe you will even get an idea for implementing next year’s adventure: Sápmi 2011!

Module 4


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How do the ocean and the
climate affect one another?

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Your Guiding Question from WPHO

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Wk 14 Trail Report 2010

Qujanaq! (Thank you!)

"The sight of hunters returning from the hunt with their dogs pulling huge sleds loaded with walrus meat. The sound of icebergs in the making as glacier ice crashes into the sea. The taste of deepwater shrimp, narwhal soup, and salty licorice. The sensation of breathing crystals in the air more than 8,000 feet above sea level as the sleds and Polar Huskies keep climbing up, up, up. The smell of dried fish, meats, and musk ox skin strung out to dry. The feel of ice formed by snow falling onto the ice sheet more than 40,000 years ago. Today, the Polar Huskies are back at Expedition Basecamp in the United States, digging holes to escape hot and humid temperatures so far from Greenland’s cool ice sheet where they were curling up just days ago, but the profound impressions and experiences of Greenland will not be soon forgotten....”

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