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I was sitting on a plastic chair on the second floor of the Explorers Club in New York City when it happened.

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Team Sedna's Susan R. Eaton featured in Calgary Herald Article of Alberta's top explorers.

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Sedna Epic Expedition Leader Susan R. Eaton named one of Canada’s top 100 explorers by The Royal Canadian Geographical Society

100 OF THE NATION’S GREATEST EXPLORERS: FROM DEEP-SEA DIVERS TO ASTRONAUTS, MEET THE BEST OF THE BEST

Sedna Epic Expedition Leader Susan R. Eaton named one of Canada’s top 100 modern-day trailblazers by The Royal Canadian Geographical [...]

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I watched intently as several pods of long-finned pilot whales – their bulbous black heads plowed through the water creating bow waves during their passage – approached the MV Cape Race, our 116’ expedition vessel. A large pod of curious whales and calves encircled Erika Bergman, a submersible pilot and Young National Geographic Explorer, as she snorkeled nearby in the deep waters of the Davis Strait.

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Team Sedna Member Susan R. Eaton was recently featured in the March 2015 issue of the The Explorers Club Newsletter

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Team Sedna's Erika Bergman was featured in National Geographic's "Stories from the Field"

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Team Sedna's Susan R. Eaton was interviewed on Calgary's CBC Radio - Homestretch. Calgary's Susan Eaton joins us to talk about her plans to swim the entire Northwest Passage.

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Calgary is full of incredible innovators, and Telus Spark wants you to meet some of them. That’s the idea behind its Meet an Innovator series, a program that brings local problem-solvers into the science centre to showcase their approaches and discoveries. These innovators aren’t necessarily scientists (although there are plenty of those). Since its launch in September 2013, the series has featured artists Jeff de Boer and Eveline Kolijn, the Calgary Fire Department, and mobile concert venue BassBus.

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Pippa Coom talks to lawyer & environmental scientist Emily Dowding-Smith about the Sedna Epic Expedition, in which 10 women went to the Arctic to snorkel in frigid waters to raise awareness about climate change and about Emily’s 2014 expedition which she did in July as a practice run for the 2016 expedition that is still in the planning.

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Team Sedna Member Françoise Gervais was recently featured in the November issue of the The Explorers Club Newsletter. Françoise Gervais MI’14, one of the ten courageous women in the SEDNA Expedition (see our previous newsletters), extended her arctic journey long after the expedition, and made her way home on the MV Cape Race.

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