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    Canada has the right to assert arctic sovereignty for the surrounding areas and has the right to claim the Arctic, however not only does Canada benefit it the most it's what makes sense through enforced jurastristion Canada understands the needs for the Arctic as well as having a stable government. The northwest passage, however, interferes with who actually has access to the Arctic making it almost a war. Most commonly power is divided and shared amongst the territories surrounding as long as this is done on a peaceful basis, all sovereign states have the right to allocate their powers to political units within their borders. And within the borders of the Canadian Arctic, the northern Canadian population has completely accepted the government’s…

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    The four basic cultural divisions of the Arctic consisted of the Unangan, Yup’ik, and 2 types of Inuit. The Arctic is a very harsh environment, so these tribes had to learn to live with the cold, and have strong self-reliance, cooperation, modesty, self-control, and share with others. The Unangan lived in large, permanent communities located on the Aleutian Islands. This was a relatively warm environment. Their main food resource consisted of sea mammals and fish. They are different from the…

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    Arctic Ocean Strategy

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    The Arctic. The last available source of untapped wealth in the form of natural resources Earth has to offer, and every country who can lay claim to it will try. The diminishing ice surrounding the North Pole means that it is now open to exploration and geological mapping to countries with an Arctic border, such as Canada, Denmark, Russia, Norway, and the United States. Every one of these countries are beginning to establish a presence in the Arctic (Smith, 2010, p. 651-652) due to the U.S.…

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    changing. Currently, Arctic sovereignty is in dispute between the Arctic countries over resources, trade, and territory. The message presented in the source confidently exemplifies the opinion that in the 21st century, the Canadian government is obligated to pursue the sovereignty claim over the Arctic, regardless of the international opposition from America and the Arctic countries. These countries are Russia, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden. Though there are alliances between…

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    The biome that I picked was the Arctic Tundra. The animal from Arctic Tundra I picked is the polar bear. Female polar bears would rather build their den in old snow,( like from a few years ago.) The polar bear is found in Canada , the U.S (Alaska), Greenland, Russia Norway (the Svalbard archipelago), and Arctic Tundra. The Arctic Tundra climate/weather averages to -30°F. In January it is the coldest weather in Arctic Tundra. It’s about -40°F, in January it has reached -93°F before. Most of the…

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    Ice is inevitably broken within Geo-political assemblies, coinciding with the inauguration of the Arctic evanesce. Individual Nations struggle to apprehend the arctic, while Canada attempts to combat the contrasting Nation’s endeavors. When a Nation’s bellicoseness causes it contend its borders, it is expected of the influenced nation to combat the impending seizure. Stated in the Sources, the principal forces involved in the commotion for Arctic Sovereignty are the Canadian’s initial claim over…

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    Arctic Circle Conflict

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    The Arctic Circle in recent years has been the source of international conflict as natural resources are discovered and climate change is impacting the indigenous people, wildlife, and changing the arctic environment. The current governing body, the Arctic Council, and global agreements and treaties are not adequately protecting the Arctic environment. After examining the various conventions and treaties that have been made in effort to govern the Arctic Circle, it is evident that some…

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    The Arctic Pochee is a close relative of a cheetah and a polar bear. The Arctic Pochee has many of the cheetahs traits and many of the polar bears traits. The Arctic Pochee lives in a rocky environment with harsh cold weather, lots of precipitation, wind, and small mountains. There is very little vegetation there but there some grasses, trees, and shrubs. The Arctic Pochee eats water animals like fish and sea urchins. There are many lakes and there is an ocean nearby, this is wear the Arctic…

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    Have you ever wondered what animals live in the Arctic Tundra? Well a lot of animals live there and there’s a lot of places where the Arctic Tundra is located, but I’m talking about the amazing polar bear. There’s nothing that can even compare to them, that goes for the Arctic Tundra as well. The Arctic Tundra is found in a variety of locations; across Northern Alaska, Canada, and in Siberia. I’m talking about the Alaskan tundra though. The Arctic Tundra has a very unique climate, long cold…

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    the Arctic Ocean has been famed for its inaccessibility, but with unprecedented ice retreats in recent years as a result of global warming, the Arctic Ocean is becoming rapidly accessible. This means new possibilities for the Arctic countries in terms of trade, travel, and access resources. These recent changes in the topography have led many to portray the Arctic as a geopolitical race for natural resources and territory, with Russia seen as the main aggressor. Russia is depicted as a…

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