Be prepared and in the know!

Logistics

Good logistics is probably the most important step in accomplishing your goals—or in running a successfull high-Arctic dogsled expedition. Be prepared and "in the know!"

From meeting the team (two- and four-legged) to getting the scoop on climate change or finding your Study Resources... find it all in the Logistics section!


History of Kalaallit Nunaat - the Land of the People

Greenland History  The first people to set foot on Greenland were Inuit coming across
  the frozen sea ice from what is now Nunavt, Canada - that was
  some 4000 years ago! Today Greenland is on the path to complete
  independence, to no longer be associated with Denmark...

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Our Superstars

  The mighty Polar Huskies pull the loaded sleds through
  some of the most remote regions on earth - and its them
  that excites learners around the world! Meet the true
  GoNorth! Super Stars in the kennel.

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Greenland's Geography

Greenland's Geography  Just short of 58,000 people live in Greenland - Explore the world's
  largest island with a total area of around 1.37 million square miles
  (2.2 million square kilometers), but only approx. 254,762 square

  miles (410,000 square kilometers) not covered by ice.

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Meet the Team

Meet the Team  Bios and interviews with members of Team GoNorth! on the
  expedition trail. Meet the people at Basecamp as well as the
  sponsors and partners that make these expeditions possible.


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  Your Study Study ResourcesResources
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  Greenland Greenland
  Where we are traveling! arrow

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  No two snowflakes alike... arrow

  Communities Communities
  The communities on the expedition arrow

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  How do we live using just one earth! arrow

Maps and Route  Maps and Route
  The expedition route and other maps arrow

icon  Climate Change Basis
  What is climate change? arrow


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  Adopt-A-Dog
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  Field Research
  What's the team doing in the field? arrow


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  Polar Husky World
  The life of the Polar Huskies arrow

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  Everything from Arctic to Zebra arrow


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  Cool Science
  in the Arctic and the Antarctic arrow


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  Phenology
  Observe and record! arrow