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Multimedia activities

Climate change
Living on the edge
  • Living on the edge
    Who lives in the Arctic circle?
  • Avanersuaq
    The Inuit community living in the Avanersuaq of North West of Greenland at latitude 77°N are one of the most northerly communities in the world.
  • Change
    How far are the sea ice and glaciers in the Avanersuaq predicted to have retreated by 2070?
Arctic science
Hunter or hunted?
  • Walking on snow
    Match heads to paws, claws, hooves and feet, and learn about how Arctic species walk on the snow without losing too much heat.
  • Barnacle geese
    Sounds and images.
Postcard from the edge
  • Santa where?
    Quite a few places claim to be Santa's home - find out about a few of them!
  • A fine balance
    Use the scales to see if you can balance out the positive and negative aspects of Arctic tourism.
Troubled waters
  • Fabled passage
    Find out more about the Northwest Passage and navigate through the ice.
  • The concrete sea
    What it's like to navigate the Northwest Passage: images and information.
  • Marine simulation
    At the Centre for Marine Simulation, in Canada, trainee ice navigators get the chance to experience different ice conditions within the safety of a virtual environment. Image gallery.
Resources from the edge
  • The reindeer herders
    Click the hotspots on an Arctic map to find out more about reindeer husbandry across the region.
Adapting to change

 

 

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