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Animapaka: Penguin (Spanish)
Animapaka: Polar Bear (Spanish)
Eons: When Dinosaurs Chilled in the Arctic
Fierce Earth: World's Coldest Places
Heart Of Antarctica: Journey to the Ice
How Climate Change Affects Glaciers (Spanish)
Inuit Climate and Food
Inuit Shelter and Heat
Inuit Survival Skills
Kool Books: Voyages To The North Pole (Spanish)
My Little Planet: Great Ocean
Nature's Microworlds: Svalbard
Science From the Bottom of the World
Science Nation: Alaska Mountain Glaciers Retreating Due to Climate Change
Science Nation: Antarctica Rocks
Science Nation: Arctic Soils Key to Future Climate
Science Nation: Diatom Algae Populations Tell a Story About Climate Change in Greenland
Science Nation: Extremophile Hunter
Science Nation: Greenland Ice Cores
Science Nation: Ice Cube
Science Nation: Mathematician Uses Skills to Study Greenland's Retreating Glaciers
Science Nation: National Ice Core Lab Stores Valuable Ancient Ice
Science Nation: Researchers Crack the Ice to Study the Arctic Marine Food Web
Science Nation: The Arctic Ground Squirrel Sheds Light on Circadian Rhythms
Science Nation: The Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets (CRESIS) Investigates Melting Polar Ice
SciShow Kids: How Glaciers Change the World
The Arctic's Changing Climate and Economics
The Arts of the Eskimo: An Arctic Adventure
The Magic School Bus in the Arctic
What Are the Effects of Climate Change on Antarctica (Spanish)
Wild Chronicles: Flight to the North Pole
Wild Chronicles: Iceland's Atlantic Puffin
Wild Chronicles: Iceland's Glaciers and Volcanoes
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Administered by the National Association of the Deaf