Exploring the 'Roof at the Bottom of the World'
Edmund Stump is an adventurer, geologist, professor and author of "The Roof at the Bottom of the World." He has travelled to Antarctica numerous times to explore the 1200-mile range of the Transantarctic Mountains. His research has been funded mainly by the National Science Foundation. Stump is a professor of geology in ASU's School of Earth and Space Exploration.
This video was produced by Gitzel Puente, Justine Garcia and Alexander D. Chapin in the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development.