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Listening to the Arctic an audio documentary

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The Arctic is warming faster than nearly everywhere else on Earth, bringing with it new opportunities and unprecedented risks to natural systems; social and cultural systems; economic, political and legal systems; and built environments of the Arctic and across the globe. "Listening to the Arctic," an audio documentary, transports you northward to follow researchers as they join forces to unravel the mysteries and make the scientific observations necessary to understand and meet the challenges of this rapidly changing region that affects us all.

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