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Arctic Council Mar 18
The Arctic Council is the recipient of the 2019 Global Award. IAIA highlights the Finnish Chairmanship's emphasis on the , the , and its proposal for an specific environmental impact assessment tool. Read more
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Antenna Pictures 1h
New major Arctic project seeking scientists/ explorers/ journalists and experts to join a televised mission - if you’re interested in the adventure of a lifetime and the chance to do brand new research in the planet’s last Terra Nova please get in touch...
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AMAP Mar 19
European Polar Infrastructure Catalogue published February 2019 & includes a total of 64 European polar facilities, 32 in the and 32 in the :
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AMAP Mar 18
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Joël Plouffe Mar 20
Great news for and cooperation: 2019 federal budget includes funding for "Enhancing Canada's Global Arctic Leadership," in particular establishing a permanent -related secretariat for in Canada -
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Susan R. Eaton 19h
Polar trade route in volcanic glass dates back at least 8,000 years: Obsidian travelled 2,000 km by dog sled, from Chukotka to the High , via the Great Ice Road which was in operation four times as long as Central Asia's
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Arctic Council Mar 20
The Council has a substantial online image library, and many photos are available for use under a Creative Commons license. Get a glimpse into the Council's work and events:
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ArcticFinland Mar 20
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David (Duke) Snider 17h
Team to retrace Orkney explorer Dr John Rae's journey
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PolArctic 5h
The has so much to offer!
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WCFF 1h
The sea ice extent appeared to hit annual maximum on March 13 when it covered 14.777 million sq. km. The 2019 stats are among the top 10 lowest on record, well below 1981-2010 average maximum extent of 15.64 million sq. km. is also receiving more rain than snow
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Journal of Diplomacy Mar 20
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AMAP Mar 20
New Publication: Global Linkages. A graphic look at the changing :
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Michael Byers Mar 18
The Canadian Senate is tradition-bound in many ways, but not on the use of video-conferencing technologies. This was my laptop screen an hour ago, showing my friends Suzanne Lalonde and Whitney Lackenbauer as we testified before the Special Committee on the .
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Jan Erik Waider 7m
A magical (and cold) day in the Icefjord on the west coast of . I'm still processing all the images in my head and also on my hard drive ...
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APECS Mar 17
Welcome to APECS International Polar Week! Tune in daily to join our twitter game: or ! Test your polar knowledge to determine if images or facts correspond to our northern or southern poles. Follow along with
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Inger Hogstrom Photography Mar 19
A dwarf willow grows up along a lichen-covered rock. These trees normally creep along the ground, growth held in check by dry, cold conditions and the permafrost of the tundra biome. Eqip Sermia, Greenland.
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Sandra AngersBlondin Mar 20
Our paper is out! A long-term collaboration between park staff, governement scientists and generations of grad students and researchers reveals changes in the of an island 🌿
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Greenspeakers Toronto 9h
Chugging along on the road to Mount Hope to visit it's elementary school to hang out with their students and teach them about the
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Zack Labe Mar 16
Changes in annual sea ice extent (left) and volume (right) during the last 40 years... Graphic:
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