From quinzhees, icicle frogs, permafrost tunnels, arctic divers and explorers Bill Streever discusses his New York Times best seller Cold on this week’s Addressing Alaskans. A biologist who runs an applied research program on the North Slope, Streever resides in Anchorage and conducted most of his research for the book throughout Alaska. Bill Streever’s author talk, “All Things Cold: A Celebration of Low Temperatures” was recorded at the Anchorage Museum on November 11.
- Cold: An Adventure in the World’s Frozen Places by Bill Streever
- The Martha Stewart Show: Arctic Adventures (Dec 6 2010)
- New York Times: Stray questions for Bill Streever
- All Things Considered: A Frosty Take On All Things ‘Cold’ (25 Aug 2009)
- Books of the Times: Chilly Treks in a Melting World (23 July 2009)
- UAF: Learn about the CRREL Permafrost Tunnel
Download Audio (MP3)
RECORDED: Tuesday, November 11, 2010
BROADCAST ON KSKA: Thursday December 9, 2010 at 2:00 p.m., repeats Thursday at 7:00 p.m.
SPEAKER: Bill Streever, biologist and author, Cold: An Adventure in the World’s Frozen Places
HOST: Anchorage Museum, Author Talk
Addressing Alaskans features local talks and conversations recorded at public events taking place in Southcentral, Alaska. A variety of local organizations host speakers addressing topics that matter to Alaskans. To let us know about an upcoming community event that you would like to hear on Addressing Alaskans, please Contact Us with details.