North still needs scientists, says David Hik

North still needs scientists, says David Hik

Marmots may be dying off during hibernation as warmer temperatures decrease snow insulation, says U of A researcher David Hik. (Photo: University of Alberta...

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Emissions Linked to End of 2,000-Year Arctic Trend

Emissions Linked to End of 2,000-Year Arctic Trend

Scientists walk on an iceberg, 36 metres above the water surface of Kane Basin August 6, 2009. A team of scientists are onboard the Arctic Sunrise ship for...

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A triumph for man, a disaster for mankind?

A triumph for man, a disaster for mankind?

No commercial vessel has ever successfully travelled the North-east Passage, a fabled Arctic Sea route that links the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific far more...

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Experts Urge Year-round Research On Arctic & Global Warming

Experts Urge Year-round Research On Arctic & Global Warming

Experts Urge Year-round Research On Arctic And Global Warming Science Daily (September 11, 2009) — Arctic and Antarctic research teams pulled back to warmer...

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Experts Urge Year-round Research On Arctic & Global Warming

Experts Urge Year-round Research On Arctic & Global Warming

Experts Urge Year-round Research On Arctic And Global Warming Science Daily (September 11, 2009) — Arctic and Antarctic research teams pulled back to warmer...

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Effects of Arctic warming seen as widespread

Effects of Arctic warming seen as widespread

Effects of Arctic warming seen as widespread By Randolph E. Schmid, AP Science Writer San Francisco Chronicle (September 10, 2009) -- Arctic warming is...

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Scientists Seek New Emphases In Arctic Climate Change Research

Scientists Seek New Emphases In Arctic Climate Change Research

Scientists Seek New Emphases In Arctic Climate Change Research Science Daily (September 10, 2009) — Much of circumpolar Arctic research focuses on the...

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Winds cause sea ice to spread in August

Winds cause sea ice to spread in August

Sea ice data updated daily, with one-day lag. Orange line in extent image (left) and gray line in time series (right) indicate 1979 to 2000 average extent for...

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Arctic sea ice thickness down 53 percent

Arctic sea ice thickness down 53 percent

Arctic sea ice thickness down 53 percent United Press International (September 3, 2009) -- U.S. scientists using satellite data and records from cold war...

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Arctic ‘warmest in 2,000 years’

Arctic ‘warmest in 2,000 years’

Arctic 'warmest in 2,000 years' By Richard Black, Environment correspondent BBC News (September 3, 2009) -- Arctic temperatures are now higher than at any...

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