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By Nonie // Friday 21 Sep // 10:30:06 // 17 Comments

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Watch Nonie’s latest video diary

Friday 21st Sept, 12noon GMT (1pm UK)
Watch Nonie’s second video diary direct from Svalbard responding to your initial questions. In this broadcast, just before the crew return to Longyearbyen, Nonie speaks about the collective art project, the communities in Svalbard, her projects and the answers she’s found during the voyage. (Duration: 3.50mins)

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  1. Dylan Lloyd Friday 21 Sep, 2007 // 12:19:05

    Hi Nonie, really enjoyed the latest up date. As well as being interesting it also will prove to be valuable especially with the sculptures that we are currently making. I am glad that your science project was successful and once again very interesting,

    take care
    Mr Lloyd

  2. Stephen Wilkinson Friday 21 Sep, 2007 // 12:51:42

    Hi Nonie,

    very interesting to hear what you’ve got to say – particularly, I thought, about the breaking away of the glacier (which you mentioned in the last video, too). Here’s a question, if you get another opportunity to answer: what continuing impact will your work up there have when you get home? How will you communicate your thoughts to the rest of the school, and further afield?

  3. kara sugden Friday 21 Sep, 2007 // 13:25:19

    hi nonie
    amazing to see you live
    you look well
    and hope the enthusiasm will keep you going
    revd k

  4. Olivia Thornton Friday 21 Sep, 2007 // 13:55:56

    Nonie, your video is so great. it is so so lovely to hear your voice. it sounds amazing and you look so professional, pointing at artic glaciers. hearing a glacier crash sounds awesome and i lurve all your words. it looks like your having a rave in a cave and i am so happy for you but i literally cannot wait for you to come back. i am so so proud of you. the video is taking an age to load so i havent really been able to watch the whole thing but i am sure it is spectaluar. i miss you and i love you. love fatty xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  5. Minnie Bryce Friday 21 Sep, 2007 // 13:59:01

    Dear Nonie,
    You video was lovely, thanks SO much, its so good to see what your doing and I am so glad you are having such an amazing time but also glad you are coming back soon! The ice sculptures sound amazing, i am so looking foward to seeing u on monday, really want to hear all about it. I AM SOO SOO PROUD OF YOU!! i have been trying my best to be more grren since u have been away….think i am doing ok!! im meant to be in RS now so better go. See you soon. i am so proud of you. love u tonnes xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  6. Mrs Smith Friday 21 Sep, 2007 // 15:02:42

    Hi Nonie
    Managed to hear you on this broadcast!
    Sounds like you are having ‘a once in a lifetime’ experience.
    I’m quite envious……lots of geaography in there!
    See you when you get back
    Mrs Smith

  7. David Neill Friday 21 Sep, 2007 // 15:31:25

    Hei Nonie,
    Interesting viewing so far.
    Is there a noticeable difference in the appearence or sound of the snow and ice as the temperature changes?

  8. kate hicks Friday 21 Sep, 2007 // 15:54:24

    nonie i love love love your video it was so good. i really miss you! your going to miss the disco which is so annoying, not going to be as fun without you! i cant wait for you to come back and tell me all about your adventures! make sure you get some pictures of all the polar bears! i love you and i miss you hope your having a wonderful time, probs better than the time i am having! lol love you!

  9. Sr Wallis Friday 21 Sep, 2007 // 18:37:57

    Bien, Nonie, muy interesante. Es evidente que el glaciar se derrite rápidamente – la nieve y el hielo igualmente. Hay icebergs allí también? Tu clase de espanol espera con mucha ilusión una presentación ‘en directo’ después de tu regreso a Canford. Sabes que en Antárctica se habla mucho espanol? – hay bases científicas chilenas y argentinas allí. En Svalbard probablemente no oyes tanto espanol….
    Te deseo mucha suerte con tus próximas investigaciones.
    Un abrazo, RJW

  10. Mr. Ainsworth Friday 21 Sep, 2007 // 19:54:45

    Bonjour Nonie!

    Though we haven’t met, I am really enjoying getting to know you thru’ the ether. I am particularly impressed by the quality – in every respect – of your latest vid. Better than BBC/ITV any time! Fascinating stuff – continue to enjoy, you lucky gal!
    Monsieur A.

  11. rob hooker Saturday 22 Sep, 2007 // 9:22:49

    hi Nonie
    i enjoyed watching your vid last night. What I’d like to know is what you’re seeing in the way of wildlife and the possible consequences for them of the big melt Cheers rhjh

  12. Laura Wotton Saturday 22 Sep, 2007 // 12:34:43

    NONIE!!!!!! your video is sooo amazing I really cANT believe ur actally alive and well its soooo soo soo nice to hear your voice and it makes me miss u even more!!
    u look so proffesional how do u do it??? hope u r having a nice time
    luv u lots and lots and lotsxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  13. joyce wu Saturday 22 Sep, 2007 // 17:57:45

    nonie .. luvin ya vidoe it’s vry interesting .. the background look really funny .. it kinda look like the artic but not lol . is it cold there ? i hope you r wearing your thermal stuff !!cant believe your gona miss the disco .. cant wait till u come back so lonely with out u . hope u had a wonderful time cnat wait to hear about it from you .
    love u to bitz missin u so much
    x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

  14. Harry Sunday 23 Sep, 2007 // 15:36:43

    hey nonie hows it goin luv nice 2 c ur video lookin lovely i hope u aint broken my ipod. how long until u cum back schools awsome c u soon Harry xxxxxxxxx

  15. Peter Fryer Sunday 23 Sep, 2007 // 16:13:02

    Tu as vraiment de la chance – profites-en le plus possible. Cependant, je suis certain que tu préférerais être en cours de français avec moi (je plaisante!).
    Bonne continuation!

  16. Mr Kirk Monday 24 Sep, 2007 // 10:13:44

    Hello Nonie …. great to see you are making the most of your amazing trip. Hope that you are getting the facts and the images as well. Question …. what evidence is there to show why there is decreasing thickness of the glaciers. Is it down to air temperature, water temp or are the two of them closely linked? Look forward to seeing your daily log soon.

  17. Billy and Iain Monday 24 Sep, 2007 // 16:08:47

    please remember to bring us back a polar bear!

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