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Arctic convoy operations

The Allies' merchant marine resources undertook some of the most arduous and dangerous missions of World War II, and none was more harrowing than the Arctic convoys that transported war materiel from ports in Great Britain and Iceland to the Soviets. Some 4.43 million tons of supplies were shipped by Arctic convoys, representing 22.7 percent of the supplies the USSR received under Lend Lease. Losses were...


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Arctic religions

The religions of the far northern regions of Europe, Asia, and North America. The term Arctic religions usually refers to the traditional religions of Arctic peoples. Today, most of them practice CHRISTIANITY. For example, the Inuit (formerly called Eskimo) of North America mainly practice ROMAN CATHOLICISM and ANGLICANISM. The Saami (formerly called Lapps) in Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia practice LUTHERANISM and EASTERN ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY. The former...


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La ville, utopie, réalité ou enfer

|||| I. Étude des utopies A. François Schuiten, Benoît Peeters – Les cités obscures – Rennes – 1999 B. Atelier Bow Wow – House Tower – 2006 C. André Juillard – Trente-six vues de la Tour Eiffel – Christian Desbois – 2002 D. Maurice Rosy – La villa du long cri/Tif et Tondu – Dupuis – 1964 II. Vers une représentation de la réalité A....


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SWEDEN in 1996 (History and Geography)

Area : 449 964 km2 Highest point : Kebnekaise 2 111 m A sixth of its territory is inside the arctic circle. It is the largest of the Scandinavian countries. Northern Sweden is mountainous, covered by lakes and forests. In the South, a vast undulating plain is inhabited by the majority of the population. The coastal area is bordered by a...


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Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve.

Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve. Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve, parc national des États-Unis, situé dans le nord de l'Alaska. Créé en 1980 et couvrant une superficie de 30 448 km2, le Gates of the Arctic National Park (ou « parc national des portes de l'Arctique «) doit son nom aux deux pics qui encadrent...


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Arctic Ocean - Geography.

Arctic Ocean - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Arctic Ocean, smallest of the five world oceans. The Arctic Ocean extends south from the North Pole to the shores of Europe, Asia, and North America. See also Arctic. II BOUNDARIES AND SIZE The surface waters of the Arctic Ocean mingle with those of the Pacific Ocean through the Bering Strait, by way of a narrow and shallow...


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Iqaluit - Geography.

Iqaluit - Geography. Iqaluit, capital of the territory of Nunavut, Canada. Most of the people of Iqaluit are Inuit, and the town's name means "the place where the fish are" in Inuktitut, the Inuit language. Before 1987 Iqaluit was known by the European name of Frobisher Bay. At one time, Iqaluit was part of the Northwest Territories, but when the Northwest...


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Arctic - Geography.

Arctic - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Arctic, large, cold area of Earth around the North Pole. The Arctic includes the Arctic Ocean, many islands, and parts of the mainlands of North America, Asia, and Europe. The Arctic region is particularly sensitive to global warming and other climate change, and it has a major influence on climate and weather on the rest of the planet. Scientists...


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Fox (animal) - biology.

Fox (animal) - biology. I INTRODUCTION Fox (animal), smallest member of the dog family, which also includes wolves, coyotes, jackals, and dogs. Foxes are characterized by short legs, an elongated narrow muzzle, erect triangular ears, thick fur, and a long bushy tail. Foxes are found throughout the Americas, Eurasia, and Africa, inhabiting mostly forest, chaparral, and desert regions. Most of the ten species...


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Alaskan Malamute.

Alaskan Malamute. Alaskan Malamute, hardy breed of Arctic working dog, which is extensively used in the Arctic for hauling sledges (large transport sleds). The Alaskan Malamute was originally bred by an Alaskan tribe known as Mahlemuts or Malemuit. The dog is the oldest known native Alaskan breed. Some are also bred in the United States, where they serve as pets and...


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Habitats.

Habitats. You might think that the Arctic would be a terrible place to live. For most of the year, there is nothing but ice and cold weather. A polar bear thinks the Arctic is the perfect place to live. That's because the Arctic is the polar bear's natural habitat. You might think that a tropical island is a wonderful place to be....


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Arctic Ocean - geography.

Arctic Ocean - geography. I INTRODUCTION Arctic Ocean, smallest of the five world oceans. The Arctic Ocean extends south from the North Pole to the shores of Europe, Asia, and North America. See also Arctic. II BOUNDARIES AND SIZE The surface waters of the Arctic Ocean mingle with those of the Pacific Ocean through the Bering Strait, by way of a narrow and shallow...


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Arctic - geography.

Arctic - geography. I INTRODUCTION Arctic, large, cold area of Earth around the North Pole. The Arctic includes the Arctic Ocean, many islands, and parts of the mainlands of North America, Asia, and Europe. The Arctic region is particularly sensitive to global warming and other climate change, and it has a major influence on climate and weather on the rest of the...


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Ural Mountains - geography.

Ural Mountains - geography. Ural Mountains (Russian Ural'skiye Gory), mountain chain in Russia, extending 2,400 km (1,500 mi) from its northern boundary at the Arctic Ocean to its southern limits at the steppes of Kazakhstan, traditionally separating the continents of Europe and Asia. The chain is divided roughly into four main divisions: the Polar, Northern, Middle, and Southern Urals. The Polar...


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Polar Climates - geography.

Polar Climates - geography. Resolute, Nunavut Resolute, above the Arctic Circle in northern Canada, has a very cold and dry climate. After three months of little or no sun, average temperatures drop to a low of -33°C (27°F) in February (see Seasons and Hemispheres Map Trek). Because cold air can hold little moisture, an average of only 3 millimeters (0.1...


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Tundra, Polar Deserts, and Ice - geography.

Tundra, Polar Deserts, and Ice - geography. Canadian Tundra A large area of tundra surrounds the Arctic Ocean. The tundra supports grasses, mosses, lichens, and heather that survive subfreezing temperatures during the long winter and grow and bloom during the brief, cool summer. In Canada and Alaska, this plant life sustains animals such as polar hares, ptarmigans, voles, caribou, and polar...


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Languages of North America - geography.

Languages of North America - geography. Overview Before European colonists arrived in North America around 1500, the continent's native peoples spoke hundreds of distinct languages. These languages belonged to at least eight unrelated language families. Today some of these Native American languages are still spoken in isolated regions. Most people, however, speak English, Spanish, and French--the languages of the three major colonial...


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Arctic Summer Rain - geography.

Arctic Summer Rain - geography. Barrow, Alaska The Arctic and Antarctic regions generally receive little precipitation (see Arctic and Antarctic Deserts Map Trek). The frigid polar air holds very little moisture, and it tends to form ridges of high pressure that hold off warmer, moister air from areas closer to the Equator. Because the Antarctic ice sheet remains cold year-round (see...


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Macareux moine.

macareux moine. n .m. ( Fratercula arctica ), oiseau de l'ordre des alciformes, voisin des pingouins, appelé aussi macareux commun. Il est caractérisé par un bec triangulaire aplati, bleu et rouge. Vivant dans les mers boréales, et très répandu notamment sur la côte nord du Saint-Laurent, il vient se reproduire dans les îlots de la réserve des Sept-Îles, en Bretagne. ...


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ETIMP040 SWEDEN Area : 449 964 km2 Highest point : Kebnekaise 2 111 m A sixth of its territory is inside the arctic circle.

ETIMP040 SWEDEN Area : 449 964 km2 Highest point : Kebnekaise 2 111 m A sixth of its territory is inside the arctic circle. It is the largest of the Scandinavian countries. Northern Sweden is mountainous, covered by lakes and forests. In the South, a vast undulating plain is inhabited by the majority ......


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