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Canadian Geographic writer on searching for Franklin

Tyrone Burke talks about his role in this summer's search and the challenges of looking for the Franklin ships
  • Aug 28, 2014
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Before heading to the Arctic on this year’s search for the lost Franklin ships, Canadian Geographic’s Tyrone Burke sat down to discuss this summer’s expedition, his role and how the search will help advance mapping and nautical charts. Take a look at the interview below.


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