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March Forward!

In recent climate news: The Winter Olympics have ended, earning the medal for the warmest of the modern era, with an average temperature of nearly 49 degrees and a number of days around 60 degrees. On Monday March 10th, a group of 30 Senators stayed up all night delivering speeches to bring attention to the […]

Snow on ice

Local people tell us that when the snow comes right after the sea begins to freeze, it can keep the ice from thickening. It may seem strange to think of snow keeping something warm. Snow traps air, however, just like a fluffy comforter on a bed or the modern insulation in the outside walls of […]

Will Steger – (Part 1) Preparing to leave Qik…

Leaving on March 31 – weather dependent Weather reminiscent of an early Minnesota winter Crossing Home Bay Good conditions for ring seal population Poor travel conditions expected https://www.climategen.org/media/podcasts/will_day034.mp3 Learn more: Click here to read about ringed seals on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s website.