High Arctic


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High Arctic

the regions of Canada, esp the northern islands, within the Arctic Circle
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There are also issues in regards to communication between drones and satellite technology, particularly in the high arctic, where satellites and satellite signals are less prevalent than other parts of the world.
The results reveal that the polar bear is a much younger species than previously believed, having diverged from brown bears less than 500,000 years ago, and also uncovered several genes that may be involved in the polar bears' extreme adaptations to life in the high Arctic.
THE high Arctic, once the irresistible frontier for oil and gas exploration, is quickly losing its appeal as energy firms grow fearful of the financial and public relations risk of working in the pristine icy wilderness.
To date, High Arctic has been authorized to administer $1 million to continue its review of Transeuro's projects in Armenia, Papua New Guinea and Ukraine that have undergone a preliminary assessment during the past two months.
Jefferies to the High Arctic team should facilitate the integration of AMA into the current management systems.
Against an empty, black-felt backdrop that suggests a void in Oddball and Matrioska, in the frozen high Arctic of The Owl and the Raven, in the cramped and circumscribed world of blocks in Tchou-Tchou, and in the fragile and transient world of wind, sand and waves in The Sand Castle, creatures still dance and express themselves.
But Robertson was also a key figure in the relocation of 86 Inuit to the High Arctic during the '50s, an act for which the present Liberal government has just agreed to provide $10 million in compensation.
He has been involved in exploration projects in the high Arctic and a handful of projects in the deserts of Libya.
Dominique Prinet is a former Airline Transport pilot who flew single and twin engine planes in the Arctic and High Arctic for many years.
In Canada s High Arctic, ATCO maintains assets in the community of Resolute Bay and at the Eureka research base in Nunavut.
The expeditions to Svalbard and the Laptev Sea were preceded by a voyage, "Sailing to Siku" from Greenland through Canada's High Arctic in 2012, designed to help assess the future management options for that area, and to raise awareness of the Last Ice Area, where summer sea ice is projected to persist longest.
Space center director Bo Andersen said that there is an increasing need for broadband in the high Arctic and the proposed system could be in place in the early 2020s if it gets the necessary funding from private and public sources.