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Month: April 2017

John Grzinich – Bothnia ice flows

Much attention has been devoted to ‘the north‘ in recent years due to the impending issues surrounding the notion of ‘climate change’. While there is a good deal to be debated as far as the extent to which climate change will affect us there is also a need for observation, to understand just who “we” are and what are “we” confronting. In my case, the residency at Platform in Vaasa Finland was the second point in a series of observational outings concerning climate, geography and human culture, particularly in the sub-arctic civilized areas of northern Europe (the first was in Iceland in March/April 2016). In Vaasa, the focus became about ‘ice’ and the role ice plays in culture and industry on the Bay of Bothnia during its seasonal freeze every winter.

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