Extreme weather conditions are hampering attempts by a team of three British explorers to survey the Arctic sea ice around the North Pole. The Catlin Arctic survey expedition,, led by the explorer Pen Hadow is travelling around 1,000 km on foot to the pole. The team has been on the ice since February and set off from their base camp on 2 March. They are using sophisticated scientific equipment to survey the ice in order to establish baseline data for later comparison to establish the effects of climate change on the ice.
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