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HAP0601-01
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HAP0601-01
Map showing Ilulissat Ice Fiord with the World's fastest moving glacier (19 metres per day) which is rapidly receding because of climate change. Greenland
AK.3021-33
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AK.3021-33
Johnny Weyiouanna & Roberta T. at the site of their former home, eroded by the sea. Shishmaref. Alaska.
AK.3021-26
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AK.3021-26
Shishmaref, the eroded north coast, dangerous undercut and old powerlines, now cut. Shishmaref. Alaska,
TJ.0435-00
© T. Jacobsen
TJ.0435-00
Dead Polar Bear cub on snow along the shoreline, with tourists. Torellneset, Svalbard
ANT1338-10
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ANT1338-10
C130 equipped with skis on the skiway at Patriot Hills. ALE staff load it with American Scientists equipment. Antarctica
RC.1003-03
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RC.1003-03
Modern houses built on stilts in the Yupik Eskimo village of New Chaplino. Chukotskiy Peninsula, Siberia, Russia
AH.0742-00
© A. Hawthorne
AH.0742-00
Scientists prepare a special balloon to study Ozone. McMurdo. Antarctica
ANT1916-12
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ANT1916-12
Ukrainian scientist Igor Gvozdovskyy adjusts the Ozone Spectrometer before taking an Ozone reading at Vernadsky Research Station. Antarctica
AH.0855-00
© A. Hawthorne
AH.0855-00
Woman scientist with an ice core, and core in drill. drilling on the polar plateau. Antarctica
AH.0856-00
© A. Hawthorne
AH.0856-00
Nacreous, Mother of Pearl, or PSC, Polar Stratospheric Clouds. Believed to be ice and Nitric acid, these react to produce clorine & bromine, from CFCs, which directly destroy ozone molecules. Antarctica.
ANT1336-02
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ANT1336-02
Device on the Camoplast to enable Chilean scientists to survey under-ice lakes with radar. Patriot Hills.
Antarctica
RKO0077-31
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RKO0077-31
The town sign of Monchegorsk with the chimneys from nickel smelting behind. Kola Peninsula, NW Russia.
QQ.0237-21
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QQ.0237-21
Inuit hunter Jakob jumps a lead in summer sea ice. His huskies will follow. Qeqertat, NW Greenland.
QQ.9146-25
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QQ.9146-25
Inuit hunter jumps across pancake ice to get ashore. Savissivik, N.W. Greenland
QQ.9146-21
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QQ.9146-21
Inuit hunters watch as huskies pick their way to shore across new tidal ice. Savissivik, NW Greenland.
QQ.9145-38
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QQ.9145-38
An Inuit hunter rescues his dogs That have fallen through the thin sea ice.
Savissivik. N.W. Greenland
CE.0006-17
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CE.0006-17
Inuit hunter, Kavavow Kiguktak, jumps from one ice floe to another. Ellesmere Is., Nunavut, Canada.
LAB0058-27
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LAB0058-27
Uniam, an Innu hunter, checks the thickness of ice on a lake with his axe. Southern Labrador, Canada.
RC.0423-29
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RC.0423-29
The native community of Uelen is pounded by heavy seas during an autumn storm.Less sea ice in recent years has resulted in more storm damage to the buildings. Chukotka, Siberia, Russia.
SZ.0813-05
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SZ.0813-05
Passengers on the Professor Mulchanov look for a distant polar bear in Brepollen. Hornsund. Svalbard

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