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Data

...Says more than many words! Explore the Arctic through data.

Where is the permafrost? What is the predictions for the Arctic envirnment in 2090? Where are protected areas in the Arctic? How many hours of sunlight is there where on any given time in the Arctic?

Find illustrated answers  right here...

 

 

For a detailed view of the Arctic through illustrations, make sure to check out 'Vital Arctic Graphics'

Vital Arctic Graphics is a compilation of illustrations and case studies intended to describe the Arctic, the livelihoods of Arctic indigenous peoples and the future well-being of this region. It summarizes some of the key threats to the future sustainability of the Arctic including the rapid pace of climate change, worrying levels of persistent organic and heavy metal pollutants, and increasing natural resource exploration. The coastal regions are particularly important to the peoples of the Arctic and their current protection status is therefore given particular focus.

 

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