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On June 25, 2011, a tug boat headed back to Dutch Harbor, Alaska, after guiding the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy away from port as part of the ICESCAPE mission, or "Impacts of Climate on Ecosystems and Chemistry of the Arctic Pacific Environment."

On June 25, 2011, a tug boat headed back to Dutch Harbor, Alaska, after guiding the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Healy away from port as part of the ICESCAPE mission, or "Impacts of Climate on Ecosystems and Chemistry of the Arctic Pacific Environment."

Faces of the Arctic - Inuit elder Qappik Attagutsiak in her traditional caribou and sealskin clothes.  Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canadian high Arctic

Faces of the Arctic - Inuit elder Qappik Attagutsiak in her traditional caribou and sealskin clothes. Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canadian high Arctic

Arctic Sunrise moored to Ice FloeLooking directly downwards from a helicopter shows how the Arctic Sunrise is moored to an ice floe by stakes hammered into the ice. Tiny figures can be seen working on the floe, drilling holes into the ice. Scientists have been using the icebreaker which belongs to Greenpeace, as a floating laboratory.09/16/2011  © Nick Cobbing / Greenpeace

Arctic Sunrise moored to Ice FloeLooking directly downwards from a helicopter shows how the Arctic Sunrise is moored to an ice floe by stakes hammered into the ice. Tiny figures can be seen working on the floe, drilling holes into the ice. Scientists have been using the icebreaker which belongs to Greenpeace, as a floating laboratory.09/16/2011 © Nick Cobbing / Greenpeace

Wildlife filmmaker Tristan Bayer goes nose to nose with the Lord of the Arctic. “Polar Bear Stare” Wins WIRED Arctic Photo Contest and is Published in UK’s Daily Mail via

Wildlife filmmaker Tristan Bayer goes nose to nose with the Lord of the Arctic. “Polar Bear Stare” Wins WIRED Arctic Photo Contest and is Published in UK’s Daily Mail via

For Research at the End of the World, Paris-based photographer Anna  Filipova documents life and landscape at Ny-Ålesund, Norway, where few  souls travel and scientific research collides with the surrounding  wilderness.   Writes Filipova in her Artist Statement, “Ny-Ålesund is situated on the  79th parallel north on Svalbard archipelago, which makes it the most  northerly permanent civilian settlement in the world. It houses the largest  laboratory for modern Arctic research in existence…

For Research at the End of the World, Paris-based photographer Anna Filipova documents life and landscape at Ny-Ålesund, Norway, where few souls travel and scientific research collides with the surrounding wilderness. Writes Filipova in her Artist Statement, “Ny-Ålesund is situated on the 79th parallel north on Svalbard archipelago, which makes it the most northerly permanent civilian settlement in the world. It houses the largest laboratory for modern Arctic research in existence…

Bucket List: visit Amsterdam and smoke lots of weed.. Check out for more stuff at http://pinterest.com/milaishop/

Bucket List: visit Amsterdam and smoke lots of weed.. Check out for more stuff at http://pinterest.com/milaishop/

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