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Most of the time, the only way to deliver supplies to the North Pole stations was by plane. Weather conditions in the sky could be just as harsh and extreme as conditions on the ground. Here, a biplane is grounded after an accident near the Kara Sea in 1981. Image credit: EWG.
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Filename:04_ice_hazards_01.jpg
Album name:windnagel / Arctic Climatology and Meteorolgy
Keywords:Arctic, arctic_ocean, drifting stations, plane, airplane, men, biplane, kara sea
Image Credit:Enivornmental Working Group
File Size:12 KB
Date added:Feb 14, 2013
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URL:http://nsidc.org/gallery/coppermine/displayimage.php?pos=-1624
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