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Continuing the Legacy

Continuing the Legacy of the first explorers The first explorers to visit the Barents Sea arrived more than 500 years ago, and discovered abundant wildlife

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BTW -beware the walrus

Text abbreviations you may know, might not be as they seem. As perceptions and understanding of climate and environmental change vary in many ways and

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Global warming is arguably most pronounced in the Arctic (AMAP 2017). The northern Barents Sea is at the heart of this change.

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Background: The moving ice

The ice edge is not a distinct line and as seasons and weather fronts this edge and ice distribution moves dynamically. Likewise, the animals and

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The difficult is what takes a little time; the impossible is what takes a little longer. Fridtjof Nansen  

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Marit Reigstad
UiT The Arctic University of Norway

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