A frozen lake in the Arctic Circle is telling us how sensitive the poles are to climate change. Producer Moira Rankin takes us to Lake El'gygytgyn and reports on the 3.6 million year record of climate change that scientists have unearthed from the lake's bottom. Chief scientist Julie Brigham-Grette from the University of Massachusetts details her findings that the slightest change in climate produces significant changes in the environment.
The Soundprint documentary series features the best work of top radio producers. The award winning documentaries are renowned for drawing the listener into the story with compelling interviews, authentic voices and rich sound. From memoirs to science, health and popular culture, Soundprint creates a powerful experience the listener will not soon forget. "Time Capsule" in Siberia is part of a Soundprint special series called Pole to Pole, supported in part by the National Science Foundation. Here are some other documentaries in the series:
“Fire and Ice" Produced by: Dan Grossman
“IGY: On the Ice" Produced by: Barbara Bogaev
“IGY: Weather Report" Produced by: Barbara Bogaev
“Life at McMurdo" Produced by: Soundprint
“Meltdown" Produced by: Dan Grossman
Other related Soundprint documentaries include:
Paris Heat Wave Produced by: Dan Grossman
Water is Gold Produced by: Lex Gillespie
Soundprint Executive Producer: Moira Rankin
Audio Engineer: Jared Weissbrot
Editor: Sora Newman
Production Assistant: Nkechi Mogekwu
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