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Global warming has triggered the greatest loss of ice in recent history, opening up the polar region to increased shipping traffic and mining exploration, bringing new levels of noise to an environment that used to be acoustically pristine.
For now, SpaceX is only including laser links on polar satellites.
The result was so successful that Malden ended up changing its name to Polartec, and polar fleece now likely needs very little in the way of introduction.
In the atmosphere, waves can also break, but in this case the energy from those waves slows the polar vortex and heats the stratosphere.
“India is definitely looking toward the Arctic to augment the nation’s fossil fuel needs,” says Sulagna Chattopadhyay, president of Science and Geopolitics of Himalaya, Arctic and Antarctic, a policy and advocacy organization working on polar issues.
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Strategic resources that aren’t in the polar regions tend to be concentrated rather than evenly distributed.
So, in honor of this new sedentary life to which we’ve all grown accustomed over the past eight or nine months, I’m bringing you the polar opposite.
“The Resisters,” by Gish JenSet in Auto­America — a future world of surveillance and melted polar ice — a couple of activists find their lives transformed by their daughter’s baseball prowess.
Pettit’s teams provide support and equipment to researchers studying polar glaciers.
Meanwhile the Adèlies, which are more specifically polar penguins, are disappearing.

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