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In 2008 the United Nations Environment Program expressed extreme concern for the implications of climate change on the Arctic regions. A warming Arctic climate is projected to cause various consequences such as melting sea ice and a rising and warming sea level, which in turn has a significant effect on the natural ecosystem.
Bear footprints, Tidal flats, Copper River Delta, Alaska
Bear traces at river bank, Copper River Delta, Alaska
Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus), Copper River Delta, Alaska
Arctic Ground Squirrel (Spermophilus parryii), Denali National Park, Alaska
Snow Sheep or Dall's Sheep (Ovis nivicola borealis), Denali National Park, Alaska
Denali National Park, Alaska
Towards Denali National Park, Alaska
Towards Denali National Park, Alaska
Denali National Park, Kahiltna Glacier near Mount McKinley, Alaska
Franz Josef Land 2012 - Video
Russian-Norwegian Border, Pasvik-Valley
Russian-Norwegian Border, Pasvik-Valley
Ivory Gull (Pagophila eburnea), Franz Josef Land, Russian Arctic National Park
Adult and Juvenile Kittiwake on Sea Ice, Franz Josef Land, Russian Arctic National Park
Sea Ice Melting, Franz Josef Land, Russian Arctic National Park
Meltin Sea Ice with Ivory and Glaucous Gulls, North of Franz Josef Land, Russian Arctic National Park
Rudolf Island, Northernmost Cape of Eurasia, Franz Josef Land, Russian Arctic National Park
Hooker Island, Franz Josef Land, Russian Arctic National Park
Polar Bear Footprints on melting Sea Ice, Franz Josef Land, Russian Arctic National Park
Hooker Island, Franz Josef Land, Russian Arctic National Park
Hooker Island, Franz Josef Land, Russian Arctic National Park
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