Shorefast Ice Edge
View along the edge of the shorefast ice at the base of a peninsula of ice, which often is a place where migrating bowhead whales will surface for air. Utqiaġvik, Alaska (formerly known as Barrow), May 16, 2015. Kaŋiqłuk is the Iñupiaq word for "a bay or inlet or indentation in the sea ice where whales often surface which is a good place to put whale camp." Photo from: “Indigenous Science Guides University Sea Ice, Climate Change Research” by Diana Campbell, July 9, 2015, UAF News and Information website, https://news.uaf.edu/indigenous-science-guides-university-sea-ice-and-climate-change-research/, accessed August 7, 2017.