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Canadian Geographic’s new interactive map


Canadian Geographic’s new interactive map profiles each of the 52 International Polar Year research projects conducted throughout the Canadian Arctic. Topics range from sea ice to the impact of climate change on caribou and human communities. The map and a module on IPY for the Canadian Atlas Online were created with the support of the Government of Canada IPY program.

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