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It is a harbinger of what is likely happening in other circumpolar arctic deltas, where little is known about the impact of global warming."
Persistent organic pollutants (POPs) bioaccumulate in the bodies of the Arctic's human residents; and climate change is already deepening the active layer of the permafrost and eroding the beachfronts of coastal villages in the Circumpolar Arctic.
The eight states of the circumpolar Arctic now co-operate in an Arctic Council to protect the natural environment and promote sustainable development.
Idioms of Sami Health and Healing explores the many approaches to healing in several Sami communities set in the circumpolar Arctic, showing how ocolonizedo communities retain their rich traditional and cultural traditions.
Circumpolar Arctic vegetation map (1:7,500,000 scale).
The leaders of the circumpolar Arctic regions realized the need for an Arctic policy long before such a policy became institutionalized.
Aquatic ecosystem changes across the circumpolar Arctic were found to occur in the late-19th and early 20th centuries.
The Arctic Science and Technology Information System (ASTIS) now contains 81 000 records describing 63 500 publications and 17 500 research projects about northern Canada and the circumpolar Arctic. ASTIS covers all subjects including the earth sciences, the biological and health sciences, engineering and technology, the social sciences, traditional knowledge, history, and literature.
"ANWR is truly everyone's crown jewel, not just the crown jewel of the circumpolar Arctic from a greenie point of view; it's also a crown jewel of the whole petroleum industry in the circumpolar Arctic," explains Becky Gay, executive director of the Alaska Resource Development Council.
The entire world population of the Glaucous Gull Larus hyperboreus breeds in the circumpolar Arctic. Some local populations appear to be declining significantly.
The Status of Glaucous Gulls Larus hyperboreus in the Circumpolar Arctic.
The Arctic Science and Technology Information System (ASTIS) now contains 80 000 records describing publications and research projects about northern Canada and the circumpolar Arctic. ASTIS covers all subjects including the earth sciences, the biological and health sciences, engineering and technology, the social sciences, traditional knowledge, history, and literature.