Day 3: Low tide

 
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Low tide timelapse

Frobisher Bay has one of the largest tides in the world. At low tide, sea ice often gets grounded on the sea floor.

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      Birch trees in the Arctic

      Although it looks barren, the Arctic is actually full of biodiversity. If you know where to look you can even find birch trees.

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          Exploring ice at low tide

          The Students on Ice team had a chance to walk through the ice at low tide. It was a life-changing experience.

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              Day 3: Low tide

               
               
               
               
               
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