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The Changing Arctic


The Arctic is a complex region that has intrigued scientists and engineers for centuries. Now, this region is rapidly changing, with myriad impacts on the global system. Researchers funded by the National Science Foundation are helping understand those changes, from incorporating the unique perspectives of indigenous communities in the Arctic and subarctic to developing new technologies that collect more data to assist with better modeling.

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