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By: Jeff Justis
Dr. Jeff Justis’s (and his wife’s) world changed dramatically when their instrumentation failed and they crashed blind at 9,500-feet on Greenland’s ice mass, one of the world’s most isolated and uncharted regions.
Dr. Justis describes his preparations, and what went wrong (and then right) on this trip.
Learn some fascinating characteristics of Greenland’s icecap, and why stranded aircraft disappear for a 1,000-year journey downward in the ice and then out to sea.
8½ x 11, 65 pages, 50 b&w and color photos, softbound.