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Amazing Caves: Greenland
September 1998: IMAX/MacGillivray Freeman Films
At Denver's Museum of Natural History June 6th, 2002 In Greenland with Michael Brown, Gordon Brown, Allison Chase, Dave Shultz, Steve Judson, Brad Olund, Chris Blum two on camera cavers and a whole team of French Cavers.
In the summer months the surface of the Greenland Ice Cap melts. The water runs for miles across the ice. As these melt water streams near the edge, within 10 miles or so, they find crevasses and plunge deep under the Ice Cap.
The water being slightly above freezing temperature, in motion and under pressure, hollows out huge (temporary) caves under the ice.
It was our job to film the exploration of these caves for MacGillivray Freeman Films and Imax Theater Films, Journey into Amazing Caves.MacGillivray Freeman Films and Imax Theater Films, Journey into Amazing Caves 2001.
Surviving Ice Caves
Michael Brown, Gordon Brown and Allison Chase
It is really surprising that these spectacular caverns exist under the rather featureless Greenland Icecap
Looking at cavers over Director of Photography/Cameraman Gordon Brown's helmet.
Michael Brown with the Mark II Imax© camera.