arctic climate

arctic climate

[¦ärd·ik ′klī·mət]
(climatology)
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Visitors can also stay in igloos and ice hotels, discover the culture of the local Sami people - and hunt the magical Northern Lights while taking in the sheer novelty of the arctic climate.
The process is seen as caused by the warming Arctic climate and has vast implications for the energy industry in polar regions.
He correctly observed that the rapid and palpable changes in the Arctic climate and environment are a harbinger of what the rest of the world will soon face.
An important component of Arctic haze, black carbon (BC) aerosols affect Arctic climate via multiple pathways: absorbing/scattering solar radiation, interacting with clouds, and darkening snow and ice.
His doctoral studies, under the Leverhulme Trust-funded ARCdoc project, helped to further our understanding of the Arctic climate through historical documentary maritime observations.
org/) Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate, or MOSAiC , is the first of its kind and will hopefully offer information never before available to climate researchers.
Objective: Arctic climate change increases the need of a growing number of stakeholders for trustworthy weather and climate predictions, both within the Arctic and beyond.
But with each passing year, the harsh Arctic climate took its toll on the buildings and they were eventually rendered unusable.
While polar bears have become particularly visible signifiers of Arctic climate change, researchers question the social implications of framing the issue through polar bear politics, as this risks obscuring impacts on northern communities (Callison 2014; Wright 2014).
not only endured the artificial arctic climate inside the Batasang Pambansa session hall in traditional wear that barely covered his back, chest and legs for two hours, while President Duterte delivered his first State of the Nation Address.
Arctic climate is regulated by an intricate series of interconnected mechanisms, said Andrey Proshutinsky, a physical oceanographer at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) and lead author of the new study.
The prevailing wisdom has been that stowaways wouldn't survive the harsh Arctic, but as the Arctic climate changes, Grebmeier can imagine circumstances now in which ballast creatures might.

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