Videos


Below is a selection of videos about the cryosphere. We welcome new additions, so please send suggestions for new videos to pdc "at" uwaterloo.ca.

Tested Arctic: A Short Film

Last summer, Tested joined Astronaut Chris Hadfield and a team of photographers, filmmakers, and writers on a two-week expedition into the Canadian high Arctic. Tested Producer Joey Fameli brings you along our journey and recounts the incredible sights, encounters, and emotions felt on this trip to one of the most remote places on Earth.








Data Management Day 2013

The University of Waterloo Library, in collaboration with the Polar Data Catalogue hosted the 2nd annual "Data Management Day" on October 24, 2013. Occurring during Open Access Week, its purpose is to raise awareness and discuss the issues surrounding the discovery, access and preservation of data.












Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme & Ted Talks

Explore the ever-changing cryospheric environments of the Arctic, Greenland, Antarctica and glaciers throughout the world. Meet the passionate people who are portraying an informative visualization of these complex landscapes through researching past and present conditions, confronting the various anthropogenic challenges and the use of art to generate a perspective of the immense scale.






Videos courtesy of Snow, Water, Ice, Permafrost in the Arctic (SWIPA) of AMAP, the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme, accessed 2012 and Ted Talks





Data Management Day 2012

On 25 October 2012, the Polar Data Catalogue/CCIN and the University of Waterloo Library hosted Data Management Day. Below are videos of the four morning presentations, from Sallie Ann Keller, Provost, University of Waterloo; Chad Gaffield, President, Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada; Warwick Vincent, Professor of Biology, Université Laval; and Alan Darnell, Director, Scholars Portal Services, Ontario Council of University Libraries.



A very interesting video on problems with "Data Sharing and Management" from the New York University Health Sciences Libraries:

Video courtesy of YouTube and the NYU Health Sciences Libraries.