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Oceans North May 13
"Inuit, being coastal people, we heavily rely on wildlife." calls for restrictions on oil and gas in parts of the eastern .
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Zack Labe May 11
air temperature rank by month over the satellite era - now updated through April 2019 + Ranks: 1=warmest (red), 41=coldest (blue) + Download:
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Zack Labe May 14
Year-to-year variability with a long-term decline in April sea ice volume (bar) and thickness (map). Updated for 2019. + Additional graphics:
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SEARCH Program May 16
Only 4 days to the May 20 deadline for Arctic Futures 2050 Conference poster abstracts & travel award applications. With such a great line-up of speakers you won't want to miss this opportunity to participate!
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Mia Bennett May 10
's COSCO & by the 🔢 1) COSCO has undertaken 22 commercial Arctic voyages 2) Company has 360 crew members w/ experience transiting the Arctic 3) Shipping from Far East to Nordics reduces costs by 1/3, and by 2/3 if the port lies within the
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Arctic Council May 15
How well do we know the of lakes & rivers? What is happening to freshwater species with increasing Arctic change? Find the answers in CAFF's State of the Arctic Freshwater Biodiversity Report:
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Oscar 12m
I CAN'T BELIEVE THEY USED THE IL MOSTRO PIC FOR OVERGÅRD'S AIR CREW PHOTO
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PolarKnowledgeCanada May 16
Proud to attend 's 'A Taste of the ' event yesterday, showcasing Inuit cuisine and culture
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Zack Labe 10h
Well above average temperatures (again) so far this month across the . The largest anomalies (up to 10°C) are over Baffin Bay.
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Mia Bennett May 9
In case you were wondering how much bigger 's new is. Or what happened after someone in the country's Polar Research Center said, "I think we're gonna need a bigger boat." 😮
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Frank Reardon Photos May 10
My son looking out across the Tundra as the is disappearing very fast. No more skidoo on the land this season. 🇨🇦 MAY.10.2019
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Zack Labe May 16
Check out the temperature anomalies in the last month --> greater than +5°C departures in parts of Siberia and Greenland. Overall, the average global temperature was +0.99°C above the 1951-1980 climate baseline ().
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ArcticMuseum May 16
You might think of the as a vast expanse of white... but long hours of daylight in the summer allow flowers to thrive, creating pockets of bright colors!
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Zack Labe May 15
Unusually early sea ice melt in the Chukchi Sea (western ) again this year (red line)... The previous record low was 2018. Data from satellite record.
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Going South 4h
📉 The 365–day running average for extent is now lower than 9.99 million km² and dropping by about 14 thousand km² per month. The light–green confidence interval suggests 2019 might go lowest on record for all–year average.
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Randall Gates 15h
2016, 2018 & 2019 are separated out from other years as the lowest sea ice for mid-May. 2016 is roughly 300k sq. km lower than 2018 or 2019 & 1.1 million sq. km lower than the record end of summer low year of 2012. Around mid-June we’ll likely see a convergence. Then ?
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WMO | OMM May 16
April was 0.99°C warmer than the long-term average for April (1951-1980 baseline), says . Warmth especially pronounced in the .
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Julie Marie⚠️🏒💀 8h
Well. That was a horrible movie.
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ESA EarthObservation 29m
This land-cover map of the , generated using and data, looks into how thawing permafrost is changing the landscape, the levels of vegetation and how areas have been disturbed by flooding or forest fires. Details:
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Shady Grove Oliver 2h
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