• Volga-Dnepr Airlines provides unique services for cargo transportation to remote or hard-to-reach regions of the Arctic and Antarctic aboard Il-76TD-90VD. (volga-dnepr.com)
  • Forty-four nations led expeditions in the Arctic and Antarctic, resulting in greater understanding of the aurora, magnetism, and meteorology. (cdc.gov)
  • En route to Antarctica, take the opportunity to encounter iconic wildlife and immerse yourself in early Antarctic exploration on these sub-Antarctic islands of the South Atlantic Ocean. (quarkexpeditions.com)
  • Quark Expeditions offers solo travelers the chance to explore the Polar regions with exclusive single-occupancy discounts on some of the most incredible Arctic and Antarctic voyages. (quarkexpeditions.com)
  • When you venture into the untouched wilds of the Arctic and Antarctic, you need a great team around you. (quarkexpeditions.com)
  • It is the first time that an EU infrastructure project connects research stations in both the Arctic and Antarctic with research stations and icebreakers. (lu.se)
  • Significant, accelerated signs of climate change have been reported in the Arctic and Antarctic zones, which research shows impact global climate. (lu.se)
  • Mercury and toxic cocktails affect the Arctic ecosystems, wildlife and human health - How to take action? (arctic-council.org)
  • Responses of high latitude terrestrial ecosystems to global change have the potential to affect the Earth system through changes in (a) water and energy exchange with the atmosphere, (b) the exchange of radiatively active gases with the atmosphere, and (c) the delivery of fresh water to the Arctic Ocean. (ametsoc.org)
  • To predict the role of high-latitude terrestrial ecosystems in the response of the Earth system to global change requires the integration of climate dynamics, ecosystem dynamics, and large-scale hydrology in high-latitude regions. (ametsoc.org)
  • R eco − GPP), and terrestrial methane (CH 4 ) emissions for the Arctic-boreal zone using a satellite data-driven process-model for northern ecosystems (TCFM-Arctic), calibrated and evaluated using. (lu.se)
  • emissions for the Arctic-boreal zone using a satellite data-driven process-model for northern ecosystems (TCFM-Arctic), calibrated and evaluated using measurements from >60 tower eddy covariance (EC) sites. (lu.se)
  • Local variability in climate, surface structure, soil moisture and soil thermal regime are the main drivers of variation in the surface energy exchange and ecosystem productivity of Arctic and subarctic tundra ecosystems. (lu.se)
  • The results presented in this thesis suggest that in a future climate, accelerated permafrost thaw and increased interannual variability in snow cover may further modify the energy balance of Arctic and subarctic ecosystems, with profound impact on ecosystem adaptation capacities and the overall climate system. (lu.se)
  • Because Arctic ecosystems help to reduce the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, they currently have a positive effect on the earth's climate. (lu.se)
  • Climate change also disrupts fragile ecosystems in the Nordic Arctic Region, including the Faroe Islands, Iceland and Greenland. (lu.se)
  • Thank you for registering for U.S. Armed Forces in the Arctic on Tuesday, March 5th, 2024. (rand.org)
  • Save on Arctic 2024 expeditions for a limited time only when you book today. (quarkexpeditions.com)
  • The European Commission and the Council of Europe have defined the European Arctic biogeographical region for the purpose of reporting on conservation efforts and results. (wikipedia.org)
  • Featured speakers at the 2011 symposium included HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco, Iceland's President Ólafur Ragnar Grímsson, and key EU and Senior Arctic Council Officials [1]. (polarfoundation.org)
  • The European Union is set to continue its "constructive and dynamic" role in the Arctic's future, including "preservation of the Arctic", "sustainable exploitation of natural resources" and its commitment to align its activities in accordance with the priorities of the Arctic Council member states [2]. (polarfoundation.org)
  • Is the Arctic Council raising Arctic awareness? (kuac.org)
  • He said the council has been helping Americans understand more about the Arctic, especially since the United States assumed council chairmanship earlier this year. (kuac.org)
  • The fact that we have taken over as chair of the Arctic Council has caught attention - perhaps not of just everyday on the street, but a lot of universities, think tanks, environmental groups, scientific organizations through the Lower 48. (kuac.org)
  • Balton says council meetings in Alaska have helped attract more attention to the region, along with other events in which it's participated, like an August conference in August that featured a speech by President Obama. (kuac.org)
  • Most of the Arctic issues that the Arctic Council is dealing with are terribly complex," he said, "and I would say most policymakers, folks in D.C., aren't really interested in (them). (kuac.org)
  • In honor of International Women's Day on 8 March, we spoke with some women who work with the Arctic Council to learn more about their important work, opportunities and ch. (arctic-council.org)
  • The Russian Chairmanship, Arctic Council Working Groups and Permanent Participants at COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland - (re)watch the sessions here and get more background inf. (arctic-council.org)
  • Quiz: Which 2021 Arctic Council report should you read based on your interests? (arctic-council.org)
  • The work of the Arctic Council is so intricately linked to its six Working Groups that it would be impossible to write about the Council's accomplishments without referri. (arctic-council.org)
  • Arctic Council Working Group ACAP (Arctic Contaminants Action Program) is working to expand the local environmental observer network, currently operating in North America. (arctic-council.org)
  • The Arctic Council is working to build a circumpolar net. (arctic-council.org)
  • It urged the governments of the Arctic countries, the Arctic Council, UNEP and WHO to take further action on these issues in close collaboration with indigenous peoples. (who.int)
  • At the same time, the Nordic region has seen a 16% increase in population from 1990 to 2017, primarily from net migration (Nordic Council of Ministers 2018). (lu.se)
  • The Arctic Council's Arctic Contaminant Action Program (ACAP) has completed a study on flaring of associated petroleum gas in the Russian Arctic. (arctic-council.org)
  • It is designed to meet the reality of a changing Arctic environment and uphold our interests in safety and security, protect the environment, and work with international partners to pursue our global objective of combating the effects of climate change as described in the President's Climate Action Plan. (archives.gov)
  • Health concerns of Arctic peoples include the remaining health disparities that exist between indigenous and nonindigenous segments of the population as well as the potential impact of a changing Arctic environment, characterized by rapid economic change and modernization, environmental pollution, alterations in the traditional subsistence food supply, and climate change ( 2 ). (cdc.gov)
  • Greenland Icebergs Sunset Cloudscape Panorama Greenland Arctic Icebergs Sunset Twilight Panorama. (istockphoto.com)
  • Arctic Icebergs on Arctic Ocean in Greenland Arctic Icebergs Greenland in the arctic sea. (istockphoto.com)
  • Greenland panoramic view of giant icerbergs flotaing on the arctic sea at Ilulissat icefjord in a sunny day. (istockphoto.com)
  • The aims are achieved by combining in-situ field measurements of surface energy balance components, snow manipulation experiments, active layer monitoring, vegetation mapping, and chamber-based carbon dioxide flux measurements from Arctic and subarctic tundra biomes in Greenland, Svalbard and northern Sweden. (lu.se)
  • Changing Permafrost in the Arctic and its Global Effects in. (copernicus.org)
  • According to the Arctic Council's Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost ( SWIPA ) report, the Arctic region is being forced to shift into a new state. (arcticyearbook.com)
  • A study published by Nature Climate Change ( An observation-based constraint on permafrost loss as a function of global warming ) suggests that the Arctic permafrost is more sensitive to global warming than previously estimated. (arcticyearbook.com)
  • It will very likely worsen a climate feedback loop in the Arctic: increased greenhouse gas emissions cause greater warming and greater warming causes faster thawing of the Arctic permafrost, which again releases more emissions. (arcticyearbook.com)
  • So far, the average temperature in the Arctic has risen by over twice as much as in the rest of the world, and glaciers, permafrost and snow cover are changing. (lu.se)
  • Margareta Johansson, a researcher at the Department of Physical Geography and Ecosystem Science at Lund University, maps how Arctic land regions with permafrost* are affected by climate change now and in future climate scenarios. (lu.se)
  • Through me, Lund University is the coordinator for another EU project called INTERACT, which links all land-based research stations in the Arctic. (lu.se)
  • Attendees participate in frank and animated debates on the key issues facing those living and working in the region, including indigenous affairs, transport and infrastructure, search and rescue, scientific research and monitoring, ecosystem stewardship and management of natural resource development. (polarfoundation.org)
  • International cooperation is key to achieving sustainable policies for the Arctic that benefit the people that live and work there, protecting the region's fragile ecosystem and exploring the way forward for scientific research and the development of natural resources. (polarfoundation.org)
  • We employed an individual- and patch-based dynamic global ecosystem model to quantify long-term C accumulation rates and to assess the effects of historical and projected climate change on peatland C balances across the pan-Arctic. (copernicus.org)
  • Pollution is a threat to the Arctic ecosystem and people living there. (arctic-council.org)
  • Analyses of datasets on climate available for driving hydrological and ecosystem models within the western Arctic during the late twentieth century indicate that there are substantial differences among the mean states of datasets for temperature, precipitation, vapor pressure, and radiation variables. (ametsoc.org)
  • The primary goal of the Western Arctic Linkage Experiment (WALE) was to better understand uncertainties of simulated hydrologic and ecosystem dynamics of the western Arctic in the context of 1) uncertainties in the data available to drive the models and 2) different approaches to simulating regional hydrology and ecosystem dynamics. (ametsoc.org)
  • Analyses of datasets on climate available for driving hydrologic and ecosystem models within the western Arctic during the late twentieth century indicate that there are substantial differences among the mean states of datasets for temperature, precipitation, vapor pressure, and radiation variables. (ametsoc.org)
  • Arctic-boreal landscapes are experiencing profound warming, along with changes in ecosystem moisture status and disturbance from fire. (lu.se)
  • The surface energy balance determines the functioning of any ecosystem on the Earth but is still poorly understood in Arctic and subarctic biomes. (lu.se)
  • In this study, we document the winter season solid precipitation accumulation in the Arctic region using the latest new satellite measurements from the Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment (GRACE) and the Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer‐Earth Observing System (AMSR‐E). GRACE measures the winter total water (mainly from snow water equivalent (SWE)) storage change through gravity changes while AMSR‐E measures the winter SWE through passive microwave measurements. (nasa.gov)
  • The GRACE and AMSR‐E measurements are combined with in situ and numerical model estimates of discharge and evapotranspiration to estimate the winter season solid precipitation accumulation in the Arctic region using the water budget equation. (nasa.gov)
  • This GRACE‐based measurement of winter season solid precipitation accumulation can provide a new valuable benchmark to understand the hydrological cycle, to validate and evaluate the model simulation, and to improve data assimilation in the Arctic region. (nasa.gov)
  • Climate change is occurring at a faster rate and with more severe impacts in the Arctic than in the rest of the world. (arcticyearbook.com)
  • The Nordic Network on Climate Related Displacement and Mobility brings together scholars, practitioners and stakeholders to contribute to policy and regulatory questions associated with climate change related displacement and other forms of mobility as it impacts this region. (lu.se)
  • Solid precipitation plays a major role in controlling the winter hydrological cycle and spring discharge in the Arctic region. (nasa.gov)
  • Tropospheric clouds are a very important component of the climate system and the hydrological cycle in the Arctic and sub-Arctic. (copernicus.org)
  • Early Arctic expeditions , lacking fresh meat, fruit and vegetables for years at a time, suffered from scurvy - a disease caused by the lack of vitamin C (ascorbic acid). (athropolis.com)
  • On June 2-3, 2016 in Inari, Finland delegates will gather to discuss the first steps in expanding the LEO network to the Circumpolar region - CLEO. (arctic-council.org)
  • The number of people moving into the region intensified in 2015-2016 when the entire European region experienced a surge in people seeking international protection. (lu.se)
  • Arctic Ocean Map Arctic Ocean map with North Pole and Arctic Circle. (istockphoto.com)
  • Countries within the Arctic Circle, Arctic Region countries, political map Countries within the Arctic Circle, political map. (istockphoto.com)
  • The International Congress on Circumpolar Health is held every three years in one of the eight nations that ring the Arctic Circle. (cdc.gov)
  • The ICOS Pallas Sammaltunturi station is situated about 200 km north from the Arctic Circle in Lapland, where the sun does not set in summer nor rises above the horizon in winter. (lu.se)
  • Held each October in Brussels, the Arctic Futures Symposium is an international multidisciplinary forum bringing together a wide range of Arctic stakeholders, including EU and foreign policymakers, scientists, industry representatives, indigenous peoples and academics. (polarfoundation.org)
  • While many people living and working in the Arctic are unopposed, or even welcome development of Arctic resources, many feel that this should take place under the strictest environmental standards, while respecting the concerns and rights of indigenous Arctic inhabitants, and including them in ongoing dialogue. (polarfoundation.org)
  • 10. The Executive Director of UNEP and the Director-General of WHO met (Arendal, Norway, 23 August 1999) leaders of the Arctic Indigenous Peoples' Organizations. (who.int)
  • 12. An international consultation on the health of indigenous peoples (Geneva, November 1999), which aimed at a balanced representation of indigenous peoples, governments and regions, sought to provide direction for preparation of WHO's plan of action to address the health needs of indigenous peoples. (who.int)
  • Anuncio acerca de NOAA-20 En 2023, será posible hacer coincidir tus observaciones satelitales con un nuevo satélite. (globe.gov)
  • Trichinella Surveillance in Black Bears ( Ursus americanus ) from the Dehcho Region, Northwest Territories, Canada, 2002-2015. (arctichealth.org)
  • We compared universal palivizumab prophylaxis in term infants less than 6 months of age to no prophylaxis in 8 Arctic regions the Northwest Territories , Nunavut , Nunavut without Iqaluit, the 3 subregions of Nunavut (Kitikmeot, Kivalliq and Qikiqtaaluk), the Qikiqtaaluk Region without Iqaluit, and Nunavik (northern Quebec ). (bvsalud.org)
  • Under scenario A, the cost per admission avoided was as high as $546â ¯115 in the Northwest Territories , compared with a cost savings of $36â ¯145 in the Kitikmeot Region. (bvsalud.org)
  • This region is of global importance in terms of carbon feedbacks to climate, yet the sign (sink or source) and magnitude of the Arctic-boreal carbon budget within recent years remains highly uncertain. (lu.se)
  • We used TCFM-Arctic to obtain daily 1-km 2 flux estimates and annual carbon budgets for the pan-Arctic-boreal region. (lu.se)
  • flux estimates and annual carbon budgets for the pan-Arctic-boreal region. (lu.se)
  • This unique combination allows ICOS to observe, for example, how much carbon dioxide is taken up or released by the boreal forest and how greenhouse gases and air pollutants are acting over this boreal region. (lu.se)
  • The region includes Iceland and parts of Norway and Russia, including Svalbard (Spitsbergen), Franz Josef Land and Novaya Zemlya. (wikipedia.org)
  • Russia declared a state of emergency earlier this week in northern Siberia after a gigantic oil spill of more than 20,000 tons of diesel in the region. (indiatimes.com)
  • One of the biggest oil spills in the history of modern Russia, the oil spill was in itself the biggest ever observed in the Arctic . (indiatimes.com)
  • Russia is half of the Arctic, so it is clear that it affects the monitoring of environmental changes in the Arctic in a drastic way. (lu.se)
  • A recent paper for the Arctic Science Ministerial ( A 5°C Arctic in a 2 C° World, 2017 ) suggests that if the Paris Agreement on climate change is fully implemented and succeeds in limiting the increase in average global temperatures to 2 C° above pre-industrial levels, or preferably 1.5 C°, it would translate into an average temperature increase from 3.75 C° to even 5 C° in the Arctic. (arcticyearbook.com)
  • The need for enhanced Arctic search and rescue (SAR) capabilities and environmental protection measures are among the main messages of the proceedings of the 2011 Arctic Futures Symposium , which also highlights cooperation and dialogue among Arctic States, inhabitants and other stakeholders of the unique and environmentally fragile region. (polarfoundation.org)
  • There is clear need for improvements in Arctic transport infrastructure and search and rescue (SAR) capabilities before there can be any increase of maritime traffic and other commercial activities in the region. (polarfoundation.org)
  • Browse 17,000+ arctic ocean stock photos and images available, or search for arctic ocean ship or arctic ocean polar bear to find more great stock photos and pictures. (istockphoto.com)
  • Vitamins were not discovered until 1912, but it took a considerable length of time for Arctic explorers to recognize the knowledge and common sense methods of the Inuit , who lived healthily (and scurvy free) in the same environment . (athropolis.com)
  • The sad reality is that the oil might never be completely removed from the arctic environment. (indiatimes.com)
  • This means resolutely looking forward to deliver the best outcomes for the people and environment of the Arctic. (polarfoundation.org)
  • The Arctic environment can be stabilized by the mid-century, but only if more ambitious climate targets met. (arcticyearbook.com)
  • As 2020 gets underway, Eye on the Arctic is checking in with northern experts for their take on what to watch for in the year ahead. (rcinet.ca)
  • As interest in the Arctic ramps up in the global community, Inuit business leaders from across the Arctic want to make sure northern communities have a seat at the table. (rcinet.ca)
  • The Nunatsiavut Government of the Inuit region of Atlantic Canada is renewing their call for their land claims beneficiaries to respect the George River caribou hunting ban as the herd begins migration into the region's traditional hunting grounds. (rcinet.ca)
  • Despite darkness and cold, people live all year round in the Arctic, including local cultures such as Inuit and Sami. (lu.se)
  • The station stands on an Arctic hill covered by Alpine tundra. (lu.se)
  • Large arctic Iceberg drifting on the polar waters under moody sunset skyscape, cloudscape mirroring in the calm water. (istockphoto.com)
  • The region has a wide variety of landscapes, and includes some of the last remaining large wilderness areas in Europe. (wikipedia.org)
  • further our understanding of the physical and social process in Polar Regions, examine their globally-connected role in the climate system and establish research infrastructure for the future, and serve to attract and develop a new generation of scientists and engineers with the versatility to tackle complex global issues" ( www.ipy.org ). (cdc.gov)
  • 2010) applied statistical techniques to the long-term data obtained in the Swedish sub-Arctic and noted that changes in climate were associated with reduced temperature variability, particularly the loss of cold winters and cool summers, and an increase in extreme precipitation events that cause mountain slope instability and infrastructure failure. (copernicus.org)
  • POLARIN (Polar Research Infrastructure Network) will enable researchers from all over the world to conduct research in both polar regions by providing access to 64 research infrastructures. (lu.se)
  • This feedback effect is expected to enhance the response of the Arctic climate system to both anthropogenic and natural forcing compared to the planet as a whole. (copernicus.org)
  • A multi-million-dollar renovation means that the 128 guests aboard Ocean Adventurer travel to the most remote regions of the world in the utmost comfort. (quarkexpeditions.com)
  • The Arctic regions are especially sensitive to the air pollutants and greenhouse gases that are contributing to climate change. (lu.se)
  • Occasionally, southern winds from more densely populated European areas reach the station, allowing it to estimate the amount of air pollutants and greenhouse gases being transported to the Arctic area. (lu.se)
  • An application of a regional climate model to the region represented an improvement over datasets derived from global reanalyses in terms of simulating spatial variability and temporal variability in climate for the region, although there were biases in the mean states of some variables. (ametsoc.org)
  • The 2007-2008 IPY also features human health as a research theme for the first time and thus presents an opportunity to do the following: 1) increase global awareness and visibility of health concerns of Arctic peoples, 2) foster human health research, 3) promote health protection strategies, and 4) ultimately improve the health and well being of Arctic peoples ( www.arctichealth.org/ahhi ). (cdc.gov)
  • and a spirited history of cross-border cooperation on issues of concern to Arctic peoples. (cdc.gov)
  • Arctic Futures is an initiative of the International Polar Foundation in partnership with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, under the themes of cooperation, science, economy and peoples in the Arctic. (polarfoundation.org)
  • Tackling mercury pollution is a priority for the Arctic Contaminants Action Program Working Group. (arctic-council.org)
  • Une recherche analytique a été menée en 2011 et 2012 sur des femmes enceintes et des nouveau-nés au niveau socioéconomique faible dans vingt villes proches des zones industrielles de Sindh, de Federal B et de Korangi à Karachi, où une pollution environnementale avait été anticipée. (who.int)
  • Scientific research projects across a wide range of disciplines in the Arctic - in particular long-term observation campaigns - must be supported, as it makes it possible to identify clear trends and provides policymakers with a sound basis for decision making. (polarfoundation.org)
  • The Implementation Plan will be reviewed on an annual basis to ensure that progress continues to be made in positioning the United States to best prepare and respond to changes, challenges, and opportunities in the Arctic region. (archives.gov)
  • The melting of the Arctic - or its progress over the years - can very much be affected by the implementation of the Paris Agreement. (arcticyearbook.com)
  • The radiometer measurement site is located very close to the shore of the Gulf of Finland, and our study has revealed considerable differences between the LWP values obtained by SEVIRI over land and over water areas in the region under investigation. (copernicus.org)
  • Over seven years, she has simulated extra snowfall in test plots during fieldwork in sub-arctic Abisko in northern Sweden. (lu.se)
  • The European Arctic Biogeographic Region is the biogeographic region of Europe around and in the Arctic Ocean. (wikipedia.org)
  • Satellite-based analyses for the region indicate that vegetation productivity of the region increased during the last two decades of the twentieth century because of earlier spring thaw. (ametsoc.org)
  • The Arctic urgently needs 21st century solutions for the issues it faces, not the tired approaches of the past," said Nighat Admin, International Polar Foundation vice-president. (polarfoundation.org)
  • There's a tremendous amount of energy that's being directed at the Arctic right now," says Craig Fleener advises Alaska Gov. Bill Walker on Arctic issues, "and I think it's a variety of issues that have sort of come together at this perfect time. (kuac.org)
  • CDC co-hosts 15th International Congress on Circumpolar Health, the largest international health meeting for Arctic health issues. (cdc.gov)
  • The Implementation Plan sets forth the guidelines for Federal Departments and Agencies to execute the National Strategy for the Arctic Region. (archives.gov)
  • The Administration solicited input from Alaska Natives, the State of Alaska, Congress, academia, industry and others to develop an Implementation Plan that sets forth the guidelines for Federal Departments and Agencies to execute the National Strategy for the Arctic Region. (archives.gov)
  • Further, energy flux partitioning at the heath was strongly determined by the reduction of soil moisture as snow is by far the main supplier of water in this region. (lu.se)
  • I think awareness among rank and file Americans about the Arctic and about Alaska is growing," he said in a news conference at the end of the Arctic Council's Senior Arctic Officials meeting. (kuac.org)
  • Balton is a deputy assistant Secretary of State who chairs the Senior Arctic Officials, or SAOs, group of top foreign-ministry officials representing each of the council's eight member nations. (kuac.org)
  • She is currently working on a contribution to a scientific synthesis report on the water budget in the Arctic. (lu.se)
  • Earth Observation and remote sensing technologies play an increasing role in observing the Arctic for scientific research and providing essential information for safeguarding commercial and local activities in the region. (polarfoundation.org)
  • The aim is to promote interdisciplinary research in both polar regions. (lu.se)
  • Research into climate change and migration from a legal and policy perspective is in its fledgling stages in the Nordic region with only a few researchers focused specifically on the issue, and more working at its edges, but without a central hub to coordinate those efforts. (lu.se)
  • This not only has an impact on the Arctic ecology, but could also be crucial for the future climate. (lu.se)
  • The consequence of this, however, that important questions remain for the Nordic region including how climate change might impact human mobility, and, relatedly, what legal and policy options might offer the most effective responses. (lu.se)
  • The impact of climate change in the Nordic region is both important and unique. (lu.se)
  • With global warming driving change throughout the region, Arctic Futures continues to provide a platform for dialogue amongst stakeholders," said International Polar Foundation president and co-founder, Alain Hubert. (polarfoundation.org)
  • Changes in the Arctic are also global: they affect weather in mid-latitudes, influence the Southeast Asian monsoon, cause acidification of oceans and increase the rate of global sea-level rise, just to mention a few examples. (arcticyearbook.com)
  • Climate change in the Arctic is a global problem, which requires a global solution. (arcticyearbook.com)
  • The Western Arctic Linkage Experiment (WALE) Project was designed to assess the ability of models to simulate water/energy and CO2 exchange with the atmosphere, and freshwater delivery to the ocean for the Alaskan region in the 1980s and 1990s. (ametsoc.org)
  • The Arctic Contaminants Action Program (ACAP) is welcoming back Patrick Huber from the United States' Environmental Protection Agency for his second term as Working Group. (arctic-council.org)
  • Pursuing improved environmental performance and reducing contaminants in the Arctic requires endurance. (arctic-council.org)
  • In the vast, remoteness of the Arctic, few have the opportunity to gather data on the environmental conditions over time or decipher the long-term effects of climate change. (lu.se)
  • Considerable cost savings were found for the Kitikmeot Region with universal palivizumab prophylaxis in term infants with both scenarios, whereas cost savings were found for the Kivalliq Region with scenario B. Stopping prophylaxis at 5 months of age was a more cost -effective strategy in all regions except the Kitikmeot Region. (bvsalud.org)
  • RVR03-24 At the end of a long Arctic winter, spring is starting to awaken. (oceanwide-expeditions.com)
  • In other Arctic regions as well, the polar winter leaves its mark. (lu.se)
  • This means that the Arctic will continue to experience remarkable warming and substantial ice loss for at least the next 20-30 years, and the Arctic Ocean could be free of summer sea ice already by the late 2030s. (arcticyearbook.com)
  • On 3 occasions over the past 125 years, scientists from around the world have worked together to organize scientific and exploration activities in polar regions ( www.ipy.org ). (cdc.gov)