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Convivial time on the sea ice
Igloolik is an island north of the Arctic Circle, part of Nunavut (Canada). Inuit live there surrounded by sea ice much of the year. They mobilize particular know-how to move and orient themselves on the ice, transmitted from generation to generation. The sea ice is not the smooth and solid ice mat imagined: winds, currents, and ice sheets movements form drifts, faults, pressure wrinkles, as many obstacles to the displacements.
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