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Arctic Buildings
Due to changes in the ice floe surface, it was not uncommon for camps to relocate to more stable ground. This photograph was taken during the rebuilding of the camp NP-22 in 1980. Aluminum tent poles are at the right, and an overturned boat is at the left. Image credit: EWG.
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Filename:03_arctic_buildings_05.jpg
Album name:windnagel / Arctic Climatology and Meteorolgy
Keywords:Arctic, arctic_ocean, guns, drifting stations, supplies, men, tents, boat
Image Credit:Enivornmental Working Group
File Size:14 KB
Date added:Feb 14, 2013
Dimensions:300 x 220 pixels
Displayed:151 times
URL:http://nsidc.org/gallery/coppermine/displayimage.php?pos=-1625
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