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CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA ICE
RTX7WB1T
September 18, 2020
An aerial view of floating ice taken by a drone launched from Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship in the...
Arctic Ocean, Mid-Sea
An aerial view of floating ice in the Arctic Ocean
An aerial view of floating ice taken by a drone launched from Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship in the Arctic Ocean, September 15, 2020. Picture taken September 15, 2020. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA ICE
RTX7WB1S
September 18, 2020
Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship navigates through floating ice in the Arctic Ocean, September 15, 2020....
Arctic Ocean, Mid-Sea
Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship navigates through floating ice in the Arctic Ocean
Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship navigates through floating ice in the Arctic Ocean, September 15, 2020. Picture taken September 15, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA ICE
RTX7WB1M
September 18, 2020
Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship navigates through floating ice in the Arctic Ocean, September 15, 2020....
Arctic Ocean, Mid-Sea
Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship navigates through floating ice in the Arctic Ocean
Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship navigates through floating ice in the Arctic Ocean, September 15, 2020. Picture taken September 15, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas
CLIMATE-CHANGE/SEA ICE
RTX7WB1L
September 18, 2020
Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship navigates through floating ice in the Arctic Ocean, September 15, 2020....
Arctic Ocean, Mid-Sea
Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship navigates through floating ice in the Arctic Ocean
Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship navigates through floating ice in the Arctic Ocean, September 15, 2020. Picture taken September 15, 2020. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ARCTIC-SEA ICE
RTX7VJTS
September 14, 2020
Crew members look at the first piece of ice they spotted on the expedition onboard of the Greenpeace's...
Arctic Ocean, Mid-Sea
Crew members look at the first piece of ice they spotted on the expedition onboard of the Greenpeace's...
Crew members look at the first piece of ice they spotted on the expedition onboard of the Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship at the Arctic Ocean, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ARCTIC-SEA ICE
RTX7VJTP
September 14, 2020
Floating ice is seen during the expedition of the The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship at the Arctic...
Arctic Ocean, Mid-Sea
Floating ice is seen during the expedition of the The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship at the Arctic...
Floating ice is seen during the expedition of the The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship at the Arctic Ocean, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ARCTIC-SEA ICE
RTX7VJTJ
September 14, 2020
General view of the first large bit of ice seen by the crew of the Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship at...
Arctic Ocean, Mid-Sea
General view of the first large bit of ice seen by the crew of the Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship at...
General view of the first large bit of ice seen by the crew of the Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship at the Arctic Ocean, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ARCTIC-SEA ICE
RTX7VJTI
September 14, 2020
The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship is seen near floating ice at the Arctic Ocean, September 14, 2020....
Arctic Ocean, Mid-Sea
The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship is seen near floating ice at the Arctic Ocean
The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship is seen near floating ice at the Arctic Ocean, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ARCTIC-SEA ICE
RTX7VJTF
September 14, 2020
Pieces of floating ice with polar bear footprints on them are seen from the Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise...
Arctic Ocean, Mid-Sea
Pieces of floating ice with polar bear footprints on them are seen from the Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise...
Pieces of floating ice with polar bear footprints on them are seen from the Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship at the Arctic Ocean, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ARCTIC-SEA ICE
RTX7VJTE
September 14, 2020
Pieces of floating ice with polar bear footprints on them are seen from the Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise...
Arctic Ocean, Mid-Sea
Pieces of floating ice with polar bear footprints on them are seen from the Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise...
Pieces of floating ice with polar bear footprints on them are seen from the Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship at the Arctic Ocean, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ARCTIC-SEA ICE
RTX7VJTD
September 14, 2020
The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship is seen near floating ice at the Arctic Ocean, September 14, 2020....
Arctic Ocean, Mid-Sea
The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship is seen near floating ice at the Arctic Ocean
The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship is seen near floating ice at the Arctic Ocean, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ARCTIC-SEA ICE
RTX7VJTC
September 14, 2020
The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship is seen near floating ice at the Arctic Ocean, September 14, 2020....
Arctic Ocean, Mid-Sea
The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship is seen near floating ice at the Arctic Ocean
The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship is seen near floating ice at the Arctic Ocean, September 14, 2020. REUTERS/Natalie Thomas
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ARCTIC-SHIPPING ARTICO-NAVEGACION C
RTX7S9LC
August 28, 2020
El derretimiento del hielo marino ha abierto el paso a más navegación en el Ártico y a más contaminación...
Navegación en el Ártico C
El derretimiento del hielo marino ha abierto el paso a más navegación en el Ártico y a más contaminación
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ARCTIC-SHIPPING C
RTX7S5ZZ
August 28, 2020
Arctic shipping lanes mapped with current sea ice extent, and the pollution caused by ship traffic in...
Arctic shipping C
Arctic shipping lanes mapped with current sea ice extent, and the pollution caused by ship traffic in 2019
CLIMATE-CHANGE/TEMPERATURE C
RTX7NY5H
August 06, 2020
July Arctic sea ice extent anomalies
Sea ice extent C
July Arctic sea ice extent anomalies
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/LAPLAND SANTA
RTS2VIHW
December 19, 2019
People visit Santa Claus Office located on the Arctic Circle near Rovaniemi, Finland December 13, 2019....
Rovaniemi, Finland
People visit Santa Claus Office located on the Arctic Circle near Rovaniemi
People visit Santa Claus Office located on the Arctic Circle near Rovaniemi, Finland December 13, 2019. Picture taken December 13, 2019. REUTERS/Attila Cser
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/LAPLAND SANTA
RTS2VIHV
December 19, 2019
A man dressed as Santa Claus poses for a picture near Santa Claus Office located on the Arctic Circle...
Rovaniemi, Finland
A man dressed as Santa Claus poses for a picture near Santa Claus Office located on the Arctic Circle...
A man dressed as Santa Claus poses for a picture near Santa Claus Office located on the Arctic Circle near Rovaniemi, Finland December 13, 2019. Picture taken December 13, 2019. REUTERS/Attila Cser
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/LAPLAND SANTA
RTS2VIHT
December 19, 2019
People visit Santa Claus Office located on the Arctic Circle near Rovaniemi, Finland December 13, 2019....
Rovaniemi, Finland
People visit Santa Claus Office located on the Arctic Circle near Rovaniemi
People visit Santa Claus Office located on the Arctic Circle near Rovaniemi, Finland December 13, 2019. Picture taken December 13, 2019. REUTERS/Attila Cser
RUSSIA-ARCTIC/ICEBREAKER
RTS2ULSU
December 12, 2019
The nuclear-powered icebreaker Arktika is seen drawn by tug boats as it starts the sea trials, in Saint...
Saint Petersburg, Russia
The nuclear-powered icebreaker Arktika is seen drawn by tug boats as it starts the sea trials, in Saint...
The nuclear-powered icebreaker Arktika is seen drawn by tug boats as it starts the sea trials, in Saint Petersburg, Russia December 12, 2019. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov
RUSSIA-ARCTIC/ICEBREAKER
RTS2ULSD
December 12, 2019
The nuclear-powered icebreaker Arktika is seen drawn by tug boats as it starts the sea trials, in Saint...
Saint Petersburg, Russia
The nuclear-powered icebreaker Arktika is seen drawn by tug boats as it starts the sea trials, in Saint...
The nuclear-powered icebreaker Arktika is seen drawn by tug boats as it starts the sea trials, in Saint Petersburg, Russia December 12, 2019. REUTERS/Anton Vaganov
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHM3
December 11, 2019
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph at her laptop in Darlington,...
Darlington, United Kingdom
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph at her laptop in Darlington, Britain, December 6, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS. REUTERS/Lee Smith
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHM2
December 11, 2019
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Research scientist Dr. Wood stands for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University of Washington Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, stands for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle, Washington, U.S., December 6, 2019. Wood is the lead investigator on the Old Weather Arctic project, which uses volunteer-collected historical weather data from thousands of pages of ships' logs to help inform climate projections. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLZ
December 11, 2019
Old Weather volunteer Joan Arthur poses for a photograph at her home in Oxford, Britain, November 25,...
Oxford, England
Old Weather volunteer Joan Arthur poses for a photograph at her home in Oxford
Old Weather volunteer Joan Arthur poses for a photograph at her home in Oxford, Britain, November 25, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 25, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Eddie Keogh
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLX
December 11, 2019
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Research scientist Dr. Wood stands for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University of Washington Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, stands for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle, Washington, December 6, 2019. Wood is the lead investigator on the Old Weather Arctic project, which uses volunteer-collected historical weather data from thousands of pages of ships' logs to help inform climate projections. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLV
December 11, 2019
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington, Britain,...
Darlington, United Kingdom
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington, Britain, December 6, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS. REUTERS/Lee Smith
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLT
December 11, 2019
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington, Britain,...
Darlington, United Kingdom
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington, Britain, December 6, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS. REUTERS/Lee Smith
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLS
December 11, 2019
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Research scientist Dr. Wood sits for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University of Washington Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, sits for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle, Washington, U.S., December 6, 2019. Wood is the lead investigator on the Old Weather Arctic project, which uses volunteer-collected historical weather data from thousands of pages of ships' logs to help inform climate projections. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLR
December 11, 2019
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Research scientist Dr. Wood sits for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University of Washington Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, sits for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle, Washington, U.S., December 6, 2019. Wood is the lead investigator on the Old Weather Arctic project, which uses volunteer-collected historical weather data from thousands of pages of ships' logs to help inform climate projections. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLQ
December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLP
December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at his laptop in his home office in...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at his laptop in his home office in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Kevin Light
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLN
December 11, 2019
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Research scientist Dr. Wood stands for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University of Washington Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, stands for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle, Washington, December 6, 2019. Wood is the lead investigator on the Old Weather Arctic project, which uses volunteer-collected historical weather data from thousands of pages of ships' logs to help inform climate projections. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLM
December 11, 2019
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Research scientist Dr. Wood stands for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University of Washington Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, stands for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle, Washington, U.S., December 6, 2019. Wood is the lead investigator on the Old Weather Arctic project, which uses volunteer-collected historical weather data from thousands of pages of ships' logs to help inform climate projections. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLL
December 11, 2019
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington, Britain,...
Darlington, United Kingdom
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington, Britain, December 6, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS. REUTERS/Lee Smith
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLK
December 11, 2019
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington, Britain,...
Darlington, United Kingdom
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington
Helen Julian, a volunteer from the Old Weather group, poses for a photograph in Darlington, Britain, December 6, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS. REUTERS/Lee Smith
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLH
December 11, 2019
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Research scientist Dr. Wood stands for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University of Washington Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, stands for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle, Washington, December 6, 2019. Wood is the lead investigator on the Old Weather Arctic project, which uses volunteer-collected historical weather data from thousands of pages of ships' logs to help inform climate projections. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLF
December 11, 2019
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University...
Seattle, UNITED STATES
Research scientist Dr. Wood stands for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle
Dr. Kevin Wood, a research scientist at the NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory – University of Washington Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, stands for a portrait at the NOAA campus in Seattle, Washington, U.S., December 6, 2019. Wood is the lead investigator on the Old Weather Arctic project, which uses volunteer-collected historical weather data from thousands of pages of ships' logs to help inform climate projections. Picture taken December 6, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Lindsey Wasson
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHLB
December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Kevin Light
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHL6
December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Kevin Light
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHL5
December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Kevin Light
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHL4
December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Kevin Light
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHL2
December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHL0
December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in his home office in Victoria, British...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in his home office in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHKY
December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph on his front porch Victoria, British...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph on his front porch Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHKW
December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph on his front porch in Victoria, British...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph on his front porch in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS. REUTERS/Kevin Light
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHKU
December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph looking over the Pacific Ocean from...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph looking over the Pacific Ocean from the Dallas Road Waterfront Trail in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Kevin Light
CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS
RTS2UHKQ
December 11, 2019
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British...
Victoria, Canada
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph in Victoria
Old Weather group volunteer Michael Purves poses for a photograph at Clover Point Park in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, November 13, 2019. A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth's climate is changing. Founded a decade ago, Old Weather's volunteers have accumulated an astonishing 4 million observations of weather and ice, taken mostly from the logbooks of ships plying northern or Arctic routes. Picture taken November 13, 2019. To match Special Report CLIMATE-CHANGE/ICE-SHIPLOGS REUTERS/Kevin Light
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NY1
November 13, 2019
The road along the Russian - Norway border is seen in Pasvik valley, Finnmark county, Norway, October...
PASVIK, Norway
The road along the Russian - Norway border is seen in Pasvik valley
The road along the Russian - Norway border is seen in Pasvik valley, Finnmark county, Norway, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NY0
November 13, 2019
A group of reindeers cross the road along the Russian - Norway border in Pasvik valley, Finnmark county,...
PASVIK, Norway
A group of reindeers cross the road along the Russian - Norway border in Pasvik valley
A group of reindeers cross the road along the Russian - Norway border in Pasvik valley, Finnmark county, Norway, October 23, 2019. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NXY
November 13, 2019
Employees work at Kimek shipyard in Kirkenes, Norway, October 24, 2019. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
KIRKENES, Norway
Employees work at Kimek shipyard in Kirkenes
Employees work at Kimek shipyard in Kirkenes, Norway, October 24, 2019. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NXX
November 13, 2019
A pier and fishing gear storage is seen at Kimek shipyard in Kirkenes, Norway, October 24, 2019. REUTERS/Maxim...
KIRKENES, Norway
A pier and fishing gear storage is seen at Kimek shipyard in Kirkenes
A pier and fishing gear storage is seen at Kimek shipyard in Kirkenes, Norway, October 24, 2019. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NXW
November 13, 2019
A general view of houses in Kirkenes, Norway, October 24, 2019. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
KIRKENES, Norway
A general view of houses in Kirkenes
A general view of houses in Kirkenes, Norway, October 24, 2019. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NXV
November 13, 2019
A road sign lies on the grass in Kirkenes, Norway, October 26, 2019. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
KIRKENES, Norway
A road sign lies on the grass in Kirkenes
A road sign lies on the grass in Kirkenes, Norway, October 26, 2019. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NXT
November 13, 2019
U.S. marines from Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, part of the Marine Rotational Force...
SETERMOEN, Norway
U.S. marines from Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, part of the Marine Rotational Force...
U.S. marines from Fox Company, 2nd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, part of the Marine Rotational Force - Europe, take part in "Reindeer 2" Norwegian-U.S. military drill in Setermoen, Norway, October 29, 2019. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NXQ
November 13, 2019
The Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) is seen over the World War II memorial in Abram Mys outside Murmansk,...
ABRAM MYS, Russia
The Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) is seen over the World War II memorial in Abram Mys outside Murmansk...
The Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) is seen over the World War II memorial in Abram Mys outside Murmansk, Russia, October 27, 2019. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NXO
November 13, 2019
A Norwegian soldier is seen atop a tank during "Reindeer 2" Norwegian-U.S. military drill in Setermoen,...
SETERMOEN, Norway
A Norwegian soldier is seen atop a tank during "Reindeer 2" Norwegian-U.S. military drill in Setermoen...
A Norwegian soldier is seen atop a tank during "Reindeer 2" Norwegian-U.S. military drill in Setermoen, Norway, October 29, 2019. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NXM
November 13, 2019
A Norwegian soldier is seen through the window of a military vehicle during "Reindeer 2" Norwegian-U.S....
SETERMOEN, Norway
A Norwegian soldier is seen through the window of a military vehicle during "Reindeer 2" Norwegian-U.S....
A Norwegian soldier is seen through the window of a military vehicle during "Reindeer 2" Norwegian-U.S. military drill in Setermoen, Norway, October 29, 2019. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NXJ
November 13, 2019
Soldiers from the Combat Support Squadron of the First Battalion of the Northern Brigade of the Norwegian...
SETERMOEN, Norway
Soldiers from the Combat Support Squadron of the First Battalion of the Northern Brigade of the Norwegian...
Soldiers from the Combat Support Squadron of the First Battalion of the Northern Brigade of the Norwegian Army pack their camp in the morning during "Reindeer 2" Norwegian-U.S. military drill in Setermoen, Norway, October 30, 2019. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NXH
November 13, 2019
Soldiers from the Combat Support Squadron of the First Battalion of the Northern Brigade of the Norwegian...
SETERMOEN, Norway
Soldiers from the Combat Support Squadron of the First Battalion of the Northern Brigade of the Norwegian...
Soldiers from the Combat Support Squadron of the First Battalion of the Northern Brigade of the Norwegian Army warm themselves around a fire in their camp during "Reindeer 2" Norwegian-U.S. military drill in Setermoen, Norway, October 29, 2019. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NXF
November 13, 2019
Soldiers from Second Tank Squadron of the First Battalion of the Northern Brigade of the Norwegian Army...
SETERMOEN, Norway
Soldiers from Second Tank Squadron of the First Battalion of the Northern Brigade of the Norwegian Army...
Soldiers from Second Tank Squadron of the First Battalion of the Northern Brigade of the Norwegian Army prepare their tank during "Reindeer 2" Norwegian-U.S. military drill in Setermoen, Norway, October 30, 2019. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
NORWAY-RUSSIA/US-ARCTIC
RTX78NXE
November 13, 2019
A soldier from Second Tank Squadron of the First Battalion of the Northern Brigade of the Norwegian Army...
SETERMOEN, Norway
A soldier from Second Tank Squadron of the First Battalion of the Northern Brigade of the Norwegian Army...
A soldier from Second Tank Squadron of the First Battalion of the Northern Brigade of the Norwegian Army is seen atop of a tank during "Reindeer 2" Norwegian-U.S. military drill in Setermoen, Norway, October 30, 2019. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov
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