Greenlandic


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Greenlandic

the dialect of Inuktitut spoken in Greenland
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Also, both exposures were added in the same model to allow mutual adjustment in the Greenlandic and Ukrainian populations.
There were 30 fishing ship voyages in the Canadian Arctic in 2005 and 221 in 2010; the Greenlandic shrimp catch has increased by 50 percent over the last decade.
This number is rapidly changing, and it has risen by 83 percent in the last five years, with immigrants now comprising 11 percent of the Greenlandic population.
Quite apart from the environmental costs of large-scale mining operations, Lynge said, the many thousands of foreign workers they would bring in would have a devastating impact on what is already a very fragile Greenlandic culture.
The first-ever Greenlandic reef is located in southwest Greenland and was formed by cold-water corals with hard limestone skeletons.
In fact, you will only find a handful of recipes, one of which is Greenlandic Seal Stew.
Chapter 3 presents the results of the dietary study of the Greenlandic Thule culture, which is not only interesting in its own right but also essential for assessing Greenlandic Norse diet, as the Thule data provide a direct estimate of isotope signals from a population whose diet is entirely focused on wild animal resources.
But overall PFOss concentrations worldwide have been on the decline in other Greenlandic animals.
Each chair is covered with its own unique genuine Greenlandic sealskin.
Linking the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, the Northwest Passage voyage also boasts majestic, steep-sided fjords and massive tabular icebergs crying out to be photographed, as well as fascinating remote Inuit communities and traditional Greenlandic kayakers.
Ilulissat means 'iceberg' in Greenlandic, and the tiny town is beautifully situated at the mouth of an almost 40-mile-long ice fjord.
At our forth stop of Ukkusissat, the villagers are invited on board the Fram to perform traditional Greenlandic song and dance.