Experience the GoNorth! Beringia 2011 adventure learning expedition live - February 21 through May 28, 2011
Be "in the know!" Research Beringia in Alaska, Inupiat , ocean and energy exploration, find study resources & more!
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Meet the true superstars: the Polar Huskies!
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Follow Lightning into the Polar Husky World - Discover why the Polar Huskies are considered specialized forces.
The Ropes: from the type of sled to the way the dogs run and get connected to the sled.
Daily Phenology Observations by Freja the retired Polar Husky.
Support Adventure Learning at the University of Minnesota - GoNorth! and the Polar Huskies!
Activities to try with your dog!
Meet Hershey's puppies - and help name the newest Polar Husky Superstar!
GoNorth! is all about teamwork - here is your chance to meet our brave explorers!
Mille Porsild from Denmark - Executive Director and
Expedition Leader of GoNorth!
Christine Germano, GoNorth! expedition team member!
Joar Ulsom, GoNorth! expedition team member!
Chris Ripken, GoNorth! and 5Gyres expedition team member - Teacher Explorer to Pacific Ocean with the Sea Dragon
Tasha Erding, GoNorth! and 5Gyres expedition team member - Student explorer to Pacific Ocean with the Sea Dragon
Meet the team members at Education and Expedition Basecamp
GoNorth! would not happen without them. Meet the organizations, corporations and individuals that make it possible!
Explore Beringia and the Team's expedition route!
Explore the expedition route on various forms of maps and investigate each community along the route.
Explore the Arctic through Data!
Which maps should the Team take along with them?
The "Vinland map" is believed to be a fifteenth-century mappa mundi, redrawn from a thirteenth-century original
View a map of the Circumpolar Region!
The latest map of North America!
Blank Outline Maps for you to download and work with!
Science is COOL - Check it out!
A group effort!
Meet Our Team of COOL Researchers!
What is climate change to you? Around the world young people are pairing up with scientists to explore this question!
Beringia: from the people, to the land, climate, geography, resources and more!
The Vegetation of Beringia
The Animals that call the area on and around Beringia 'home'
Ocean covers more than 70% of earth's surface. Learn about its geology, geography, ecology and much more.
The Sea Goddess rules the ocean, the fish and sea mammals...
From tides to waves to gyers and more... learn how the geology of the ocean impacts us all.
Learn about the Geography of the ocean: from exploration to sanctuaries to the Law of the Sea and the 5 oceans.
Millions of species, over 50% of life on earth, calls the ocean home.
Oceans offer humans unending resources for recreation, transportation, food, medicine and oil and minerals.
The ocean is a climate machine and its changing with climate.
Is it good idea that we use the ocean as our garbage dump?
Just the facts for you to learn more.
Green A-to-Z with Sustainable Sable
Additional resources that support the Curriculum.
Our 'ecological footprint' is what we consume and the 'footprint' it leaves on the earth.
What's your sense of place?
How is our planet changing? What can you do?
The Arctic is 'the canary in the coal mine' - Watch Arctic realities, learn about facts of climate change with the ACIA movie
Learn the Basics...
Interactive graphs: Is the climate changing? Analyze the data!
The most important of the greenhouse gases released by human activity
10 simple things you can do
The way in which people make sense of their surroundings
Our Climate is Changing
Polar Husky A to Z
For the Arctic-obsessed - satisfy your craving to know even more!
Fun games and lesson activities for preschool and up - visit Wumpa's World!
GoNorth! Teachers - Download free curriculum, talk to your fellow teachers, find tutorials. Get Support!
This map shows North America at a scale of 1: 10 000 000.
Download a PDF version of this map (8.2MB)
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