High Arctic


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High Arctic

the regions of Canada, esp the northern islands, within the Arctic Circle
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In 2017 High Arctic actually achieved this target in its PNG operations which is now 16 months recordable incident free.
Here, we report observations of heterospecific courtship behaviour exhibited by Ross's Gulls (Rhodostethia rosea, a rare and poorly known Arctic seabird) at a breeding colony in the Canadian High Arctic.
Operation NEVUS fits into a series of sovereignty operations conducted by Joint Task Force North in the High Arctic annually.
Baffin Island encompasses both field research and High Arctic adventure.
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.
of Natural Resource Sciences at McGill University, discovered Planococcus halocryophilus OR1 after screening about 200 separate High Arctic microbes looking for the microorganism best adapted to the harsh conditions of the Arctic permafrost.
The Canadian high Arctic is home to 146,000 square kilometres of glacier ice, spread across 36,000 islands--the largest clustering of glacier ice outside of Greenland and Antarctica.
5 million years ago, when the High Arctic was warmer than it is today and covered in forest.
Extensively flown in Canada's high Arctic, from coast to coast, and around the world, the Pilatus PC-12 sets the standard for value-driven executive transportation.
The entire transit would be visible over western Pacific Ocean, northeastern Asia, northwestern America, the Philippines, Japan, New Zealand, eastern Australia and high Arctic locations including northernmost Scandinavia, Iceland and Greenland.
Kerry mentions - relations with China, resource exploration, and resolving claims in the high Arctic - the U.
A team of hard-as-nails oil workers employed at a drilling station in the high Arctic latitudes of Alaska prepare for a well-earned break in Anchorage.