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GLOBALWARMING-ARCTIC/
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April 25, 2007
The sun shines low in the sky just after midnight over a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town...
Longyearbyen, Norway
The sun shines low in the sky just after midnight over a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town...
The sun shines low in the sky just after midnight over a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen, April 26, 2007. The sea water is normally frozen solid at this time of year but global warming may be warming the region. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (NORWAY)
GLOBALWARMING-ARCTIC/
RTR1P1EG
April 25, 2007
The sun shines low in the sky just after midnight over a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town...
Longyearbyen, Norway
The sun shines low in the sky just after midnight over a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town...
The sun shines low in the sky just after midnight over a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen, April 26, 2007. The sun does not set in the region for almost half the year. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (NORWAY)
GLOBALWARMING-ARCTIC/
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April 25, 2007
The sun shines low in the sky just after midnight over a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town...
Longyearbyen, Norway
The sun shines low in the sky just after midnight over a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town...
The sun shines low in the sky just after midnight over a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen, April 26, 2007. The sun does not set in the region for almost half the year. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (NORWAY)
GLOBALWARMING-ARCTIC/
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April 25, 2007
People ride snowmobiles near the Longyearbyen glacier April 25, 2007 which has been shrinking fast in...
Longyearbyen, Norway
People ride snowmobiles near the Longyearbyen glacier
People ride snowmobiles near the Longyearbyen glacier April 25, 2007 which has been shrinking fast in recent years. Many experts link the thaw to global warming. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (NORWAY)
GLOBAL-WARMING/
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April 23, 2007
German Andreas Umbreit, who has lived for 21 years in the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen, points...
Longyearbyen, Norway
German Umbreit points at open water in the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen
German Andreas Umbreit, who has lived for 21 years in the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen, points at open water in a fjord normally frozen solid, April 23, 2007. He said that global warming may be to blame for the early spring thaw. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (NORWAY)
GLOBAL-WARMING/
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April 23, 2007
Ice breaks away from a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen April 23, 2007....
Longyearbyen, Norway
Ice breaks away from a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen
Ice breaks away from a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen April 23, 2007. A local resident said that global warming may be to blame for the early spring thaw. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (NORWAY)
NORWAY
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April 23, 2007
Ice breaks away from a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen, April 23, 2007....
Longyearbyen, Norway
Ice breaks away from a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen
Ice breaks away from a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen, April 23, 2007. A local resident said that global warming may be to blame for the early spring thaw. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (NORWAY)
NORWAY/
RTR1OYLE
April 23, 2007
Ice breaks away from a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen April 23, 2007....
Longyearbyen, Norway
Ice breaks away from frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen
Ice breaks away from a frozen coastline near the Norwegian Arctic town of Longyearbyen April 23, 2007. A local resident said that global warming may be to blame for the early spring thaw. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir (NORWAY)
GERMANY
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June 26, 2004
Russian three mast sailing ship 'Kruzenshtern' (R) sails during the traditional windjammer parade of...
Kiel, Germany
Russian three mast sailing ship 'Kruzenshtern' (R) sails during the traditional windjammer parade of.....
Russian three mast sailing ship 'Kruzenshtern' (R) sails during the traditional windjammer parade of some 100 sailing ships at the 'Kieler Woche' sailing event on the Baltic Sea coast near Kiel's fiord June 26, 2004. The 'Kieler Woche', the world biggest yachting event with about 5,000 active participants from 50 nations and 2,000 yachts and yawls, ends on Sunday.
GERMANY
RTXMPG5
June 26, 2004
German navy training sailing ship 'Gorch Fock' sails during the traditional windjammer parade of some...
Kiel, Germany
German navy training sailing ship 'Gorch Fock' sails during the traditional windjammer parade of som.....
German navy training sailing ship 'Gorch Fock' sails during the traditional windjammer parade of some 100 sailing ships at the 'Kieler Woche' sailing event on the Baltic Sea coast near Kiel's fiord June 26, 2004. The 'Kieler Woche', the world biggest yachting event with about 5,000 active participants from 50 nations and 2,000 yachts and yawls, ends on Sunday.
GERMANY
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June 26, 2004
SPECTATOR WATCH RUSSIAN THREE MAST SHIP 'KRUZENSHTERN' SAILING DURING WINDJAMMER PARADE ON BALTIC SEA...
Kiel, Germany
SPECTATOR WATCH RUSSIAN THREE MAST SHIP 'KRUZENSHTERN' SAILING DURING WINDJAMMER PARADE ON BALTIC ......
SPECTATOR WATCH RUSSIAN THREE MAST SHIP 'KRUZENSHTERN' SAILING DURING WINDJAMMER PARADE ON BALTIC SEA NEAR KIEL. A spectator walks through shallow water near the beach as Russian three mast ship 'Kruzenshtern' (back) sails during the traditional windjammer parade of some 100 sailing ships at the 'Kieler Woche' sailing event on the Baltic Sea coast near Kiel's fiord June 26, 2004. The Kieler Woche, the world biggest yachting event with about 5,000 active participants from 50 nations and 2,000 yachts and yawls, ends on Sunday. REUTERS/Christian Charisius
GERMANY
RTRSS6X
June 26, 2004
Dutch three mast ship 'Artemis' (L) sails during the traditional windjammer parade of some 100 sailing...
Kiel, Germany
DUTCH THREE MAST SHIP 'ARTEMIS' SAILS DURING WINDJAMMER PARADE ON BALTIC SEA NEAR KIEL.
Dutch three mast ship 'Artemis' (L) sails during the traditional windjammer parade of some 100 sailing ships at the 'Kieler Woche' sailing event on the Baltic Sea coast near Kiel's fiord June 26, 2004. The Kieler Woche, the world biggest yachting event with about 5,000 active participants from 50 nations and 2,000 yachts and yawls, ends on Sunday. REUTERS/Christian Charisius CHA/AKW/AA
GERMANY
RTRSS58
June 26, 2004
Russian three mast sailing ship 'Kruzenshtern' (R) sails during the traditional windjammer parade of...
Kiel, Germany
RUSSIAN THREE MAST SAILING SHIP 'KRUZENSHTERN' SAILS DURING WINDJAMMER PARADE ON BALTIC SEA NEAR KIEL....
Russian three mast sailing ship 'Kruzenshtern' (R) sails during the traditional windjammer parade of some 100 sailing ships at the 'Kieler Woche' sailing event on the Baltic Sea coast near Kiel's fiord June 26, 2004. The 'Kieler Woche', the world biggest yachting event with about 5,000 active participants from 50 nations and 2,000 yachts and yawls, ends on Sunday. REUTERS/Christian Charisius REUTERS CHA/AKW/AA
GERMANY
RTRSS50
June 26, 2004
German navy training sailing ship 'Gorch Fock' sails during the traditional windjammer parade of some...
Kiel, Germany
GERMAN NAVY TRAINING SAILING SHIP 'GORCH FOCK' SAILS DURING WINDJAMMER PARADE ON BALTIC SEA NEAR KIEL....
German navy training sailing ship 'Gorch Fock' sails during the traditional windjammer parade of some 100 sailing ships at the 'Kieler Woche' sailing event on the Baltic Sea coast near Kiel's fiord June 26, 2004. The 'Kieler Woche', the world biggest yachting event with about 5,000 active participants from 50 nations and 2,000 yachts and yawls, ends on Sunday. REUTERS/Christian Charisius CHA/AKW/AA
EVARISSTI
RTXMICS
March 26, 2004
A painted iceberg, an artwork, entitled 'The Ice Cube Project', by Chilean-born artist Marco Evaristti...
ILULISSAT FIORD, Greenland
A painted iceberg, an artwork, entitled 'The Ice Cube Project', by Chilean-born artist Marco Evarist.....
A painted iceberg, an artwork, entitled 'The Ice Cube Project', by Chilean-born artist Marco Evaristti floats in Ilulissat Fiord, Greenland March 24, 2004. Evaristti used 3,000 litres of paint diluted with sea water, three fire hoses, two icebreakers and a 20-man crew to complete the task in about two hours. Evaristti said 'it's so poetic, it looks like a red pea.
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CHILE ALUMINUM
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September 15, 2003
A man watches Puerto Chacabuco, a fjord in the Chilean Patagonia, in this
picture taken on September...
multiple cities, Argentina (Argentine Republic)
A MAN WATCHES FJORD PUERTO CHACABUCO IN THE CHILEAN PATAGONIA.
A man watches Puerto Chacabuco, a fjord in the Chilean Patagonia, in this
picture taken on September 15, 2003. The Canadian mining firm Noranda found
in Puerto Chacabuco the ideal site to invest nearly $3 billion in an
aluminum smelter and three hydroelectric plants, but the project is almost
dead in the water after environmentalists, salmon farmers, politicians and
citizens banded together to let the Canadians know they were not welcome in
the region of Aysen. Chilean President Ricardo Lagos, during a visit to
Puerto Chacabuco in August, 2003, said that this was not the place for an
aluminum plant. Picture taken September 15, 2003. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE
REUTERS/Carlos Barria/TO GO WITH FEATURE CHILE-ALUMINUM

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CANADA NUNAVUT
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April 04, 2000
Governor General Adrienne Clarkson (C) and her husband John Ralston Saul (rear) watch as village elder...
Grise Fiord, Canada
GOVERNOR GENERAL CLARKSON AND HUSBAND WATCH VILLAGERS PREPARE DOGSLED.
Governor General Adrienne Clarkson (C) and her husband John Ralston Saul (rear) watch as village elder Abraham Pijamini (L) and son Eric prepare the skis on a traditonal kamotiq (sled) in Grise Fiord April 3. The Governor General has been visiting Nunavut for the last few days to help celebrate their first anniversary as a seperate territory in Canada's far north.

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NUNAVUT
RTXJPYZ
April 03, 2000
Governor General Adrienne Clarkson (C) and her husband John Ralston Saul (rear) watch as village elder...
Grise Fiord, Canada
Governor General Adrienne Clarkson (C) and her husband John Ralston Saul (rear) watch as village eld.....
Governor General Adrienne Clarkson (C) and her husband John Ralston Saul (rear) watch as village elder Abraham Pijamini (L) and son Eric prepare the skis on a traditonal kamotiq (sled) in Grise Fiord April 3. The Governor General has been visiting Nunavut for the last few days to help celebrate their first anniversary as a seperate territory in Canada's far north.
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