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Judah Cohen 28m
This is for entertainment purposes only but latest CFS has a very January forecast for Eastern US with all the necessary ingredients: A highly disturbed , strong western N America ridging and negative Oscillation. That is running the table on .
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P.J. Capelotti 2h
"His leadership was so successful that the veteran Arctic whaling captain David Gray was moved to call him the very model of 'quiet, cool, thoroughbred English pluck'," writes , in "Shipwreck at Cape Flora" (from ).
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Stabzy Rehab 56m
Simulation Versus Observation. The gap between simulated prediction and real-life observation in sea ice melt can be attributed to complicated internal drivers. via
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IDA 12m
IDA researcher Jason Gallo was invited to the European Commission and Executive Committee of the Observing Summit to present at the Towards a Roadmap for Coordinated Arctic Observing meeting during the second Arctic Science Ministerial in Berlin last month.
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Arctic Council 4h
The Arctic is a sink for global . The atmosphere, oceans and rivers transport the pollutants released at lower latitudes and deposit them in ecosystems. Learn more in "Chemicals of Emerging Arctic Concern"
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Tor Eldevik 46m
The National Assembly within the National Assembly. Visiting the assembly's delegation to discuss what ⁦⁩ ⁦and ⁩ have to offer, is what catches the attention
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Zack Labe 1h
surface air temperature anomalies (departure from average) for the January to October period...
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Mika Riipi 9h
Vice Rector of ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ proposed idea of interregional -cluster between nordic regions - I think this is worth to think further or what do you think ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ?
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Going South Nov 10
2018 volume is still 4th lowest ever, and its Year–To–Date Average graph fell back down below 14.2 k km³ 42 days after #1, 2017. Gap is widening, at 14.4 it was only 38 days.
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Dr Ingrid A. Medby Nov 5
Look what arrived at work today! The newly published "The Politics of Sustainability in the ", edited by and Jeppe Strandsbjerg. Thanks for all your hard work on it, and for inviting my contribution 😊
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Osservatorio Artico 1h
Arctic Yearbook’s 2018 edition focuses on in the -
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Svalbarði Nov 12
This is only a concept mock-up, but it is a clue to something very real that is about to happen Enjoy Svalbarði and join us in helping to save the endangered Arctic by ordering direct at
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Stuart McMillan 26m
Into the far reaches of Norway. Loving all the colours of the houses and the style​s.
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EU Eco-innovation 8h
📌A brand new booklet on research & is out! It provides an insight into the key areas of EU Arctic R&I activities and features funded projects ➡️
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paul shepherd 24h
Waiting for Unicorns by Beth Hautala What happens when you mom dies and you dad moves you to the Arctic to study whale, Talia learns to find a way.
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Timo Rautajoki 10h
Mr Sergey Petrovich, MFA Russian Federation renewed in Murmansk Business Week international session intiative to establish Barents ”Davos” to develop cooperation in European .
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Zack Labe Nov 12
Record low sea ice area continues around Svalbard (since at least 1967 - charts). Temperatures at Longyearbyen (~78°N latitude) have been 6.8°C above average in last 30 days. + Weather data: … + Sea ice data:
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Zack Labe Nov 10
Loss of October sea ice volume during the satellite era... + Model data info (PIOMAS): + Additional graphics:
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Kevin McGwin Nov 13
Replying to @cphkevin
There’s an angle here:
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CanadianSciencePub Nov 13
"While and could have some resilience to , current global trends in abundance undermine all but the most precautionary outlooks." Featured content from Environmental Reviews assesses climate change on caribou
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