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Sea Ice, Snow and Permafrost in the Arctic RegionSea Ice, Snow and Permafrost in the Arctic Region
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 change sea temperature and melt ice sheets, destroying vital ecosystems which operate in these Arctic areas.
Nuclear icebreaker "Taimyr" operating in Sea Ice North of Dickson , Taimyr, Russia (July 1991)
Sea Ice breaking up, North of Dickson , Taimyr, Russia (July 1991)
Sea Ice melting, North of Dickson , Taimyr, Russia (July 1991)
Sea Ice melting, North of Dickson , Taimyr, Russia (July 1991)
Melting Sea Ice, North of Dickson , Taimyr, Russia (July 1991)
Melting Sea Ice and icebreaker traces, North of Dickson , Taimyr, Russia (July 1991)
Melting Sea Ice and icebreaker traces, North of Dickson , Taimyr, Russia (July 1991)
Sea ice-covered coast,  Sterlegova (75.26N 89.09E), Taimyr, Russia (July 1991)
Ice-breaker in Dudinka, former capital of the Taimyr Autonomous Region, Russia (February 1992)
Melting Sea Ice, North of Dickson , Taimyr, Russia (July 1991)
Sea ice melting, Dickson , Taimyr, Russia (July 1991)
Sea ice melting, Dickson , Taimyr, Russia (July 1991)
Melting Sea Ice and stranded Icebergs, North-West Greenland
Port of Murmansk, Russia
Port of Murmansk with Military Vessel and Oil Rigg, Russia
Port of Murmansk, Russia
Nuclear Icebreaker "Arctica", Murmansk, Russia
Glacier mouth, Svalbard
Svalbard Coastline, Pilarberget at Icefjord
Svalbard Reindeer, Rangifer tarandus platyrhynchus, grazing on icy ground, Longyearbyen
Svalbard Reindeer, Rangifer tarandus platyrhynchus, grazing on icy ground, Longyearbyen
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