– Northern lights, how they occurs and why.
– The team's main gear: tent, sleeping bag, bivybags
and sleds are described.
– What is a compass and how do you use it. Magnetic
North Pole and the geographic North Pole.
Ocean – The Arctic Ocean, pressure ridges
and the Arctic influence on the global weather system
– The role of Elders in Native Society.
Frogs and Arctic adaptations
Bars – The team's diet on the trail. The
amount of calories the team need to consume to stay warm
and to have enough energy to be able to work in the cold
– The importance of water on expeditions.
– The history of the term "Indian".
South – Migration of the animals.
and the Other Explorers – A short
introduction to some of the polar explorers of the
Johns – Clothing the team wears to stay
Trapper – A summary of the true story
behind the chase of the Mad Trapper (Albert Johnson) as
well as a quote from the book "the Mad
Trapper" by Dick North.
– The people of the north.
Facilities – The facilities and
physiology of going to the bathroom.
– Ice hills, also called pingo's.
- Daily questions
Over – The communication system used on
– Sun rays, sun dogs, sun screen, Ozone hole and
line and Tundra talk – What is the tundra
and where is the tree line located.
Snow – Different kinds of snowflakes.
- Arctic and Sub arctic language groups.
chill and Frostbite - Temperature, wind
chill charts and the nature of frostbite.
Lichen – Different kinds of lichen, the
most important plant in the world.
Garbage – Pollution and recycling.
– Arctic and sub arctic animals.