This isn't really a question but I thought it would be of interest from the BBC News.
A Cambridge University researcher will set out on 15 August on a year-long expedition to Greenland to document the threatened Inuit culture.
Dr Stephen Pax Leonard will spend a year living with a community in Qaanaaq in the far north of the country.
Once he has learned their dialect - Inuktun - he plans to record and archive the literature, songs and myths that form the basis of the culture.
The biggest challenge though, is likely to be adapting to a diet of sea mammals.
"It'll be seal, walrus and narwhal - an extremely fatty diet, very low in carbohydrate and very few fruit and vegetables, so I'll be living on vitamin supplements as well."
I expect the locals manage without the supplements?