arctic climate

arctic climate

[¦ärd·ik ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
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JOHN KERRY/ARCTIC CLIMATE CONFERENCE: US Secretary of State John Kerry will attend Arctic Climate Conference.
Secretary Kerry will host a major international leadership conference this month in Anchorage, Alaska focusing on Arctic climate change.
Abbatt will study pressing issues in climate research, including the role of black carbon in Arctic climate and the effect of changing temperatures and sea ice extent on the aerosol in the Arctic.
Arctic climate change makes the region the subject of growing international attention.
Over the last five decades, according to the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment Report, the thickness of the Arctic ice and the ice's spread have been declining at an annual average rate of 3.
Leob went on to say that "Advances in our understanding of Arctic climate change and the underlying processes that influence will depend critically upon high quality observations like these from CERES.
While many of the items in the collection are beautiful works of art - finely carved and painted masks, dolls dressed in hide-and-fur outfits and carved boats and animals - many others explore the way of daily life in the harsh Arctic climate.
I should have known all about the sub- Arctic climate when I signed up for a Frontiers North Adventures' polar bear expedition in Manitoba, Canada.
For scholarly treatment of the scientific processes happening in the Arctic in particular, see Henry Huntington & Gunter Weller et at, An Introduction to the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment, in ARCTIC CLIMATE IMPACT ASSESSMENT 1, 10-17 (2005), available at http://www.
Senior American officials paid little attention to the Arctic Council until it issued an Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA) in 2004.
There are 16 chapters divided into four sections: arctic climate change; cooperation and conflict; regional perspectives; and concluding observations.

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