Arctic Climate, Environ. & Geographies of a Changing North

This specialization starts with an in-depth look at the physical geography of the Arctic and its key climate features, including the ocean\'s floating sea ice cover, the Greenland Ice Sheet, and patterns of temperature, precipitation, snow cover and permafrost. We will then learn about the remarkable unfolding changes that are transforming the Arctic environment, how they are related to each other, and cascading impacts on terrestrial and marine ecosystems. Attention then turns to the growing economic, strategic, and geopolitical importance of the Arctic in the context of observed environmental changes in the region.

Created by: University of Colorado Boulder

Language: English

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