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A capped well head & debris left on the tundra in Gazprom's Bovanenkova gas field. Yamal Peninsula, W. Siberia, Russia
RY.0149-31

A worker is silhouetted against red hot metal at the copper foundry in Norilsk. Western Siberia, Russia. 2000
RWS0086-05

Burning off impure gas in Gazprom's Yamsavey gas fields near Nadym. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia. 2000
RWS0143-14

Smoke rising from chimneys at the nickel smelter in Monchegorsk, one of the most polluted areas in NW Russia. 2005
RKO0077-27

C130 equipped with skis on the skiway at Patriot Hills. ALE staff load it with American Scientists equipment. Antarctica
ANT1338-10

C130 equipped with skis on the skiway at Patriot Hills. ALE staff load it with American Scientists equipment. Antarctica
ANT1338-09

Oil drums discarded by U.S. military on the Melville Peninsula, Nunavut, Canada. 1992
BA.9213-16

The remains of a tree in the 'dead zone' where virtually nothing grows, around the town of Monchegorsk. Kola Peninsula, NW Russia. 2005
RKO0078-18

Chimneys from the smelters in the town of Nikel emit sulphur dioxide and other pollutants into the atmosphere. Kola Peninsula. NW Russia. 2005
RKO0044-19

Burning off impure gas in Gazprom's Yamsavey gas fields near Nadym. Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia. 2000
RWS0143-10

An oil spill from leaking pipes pollutes a lake near Niznevartovsk, Khanty Mansiysk, W. Siberia, Russia. 2000
RWS0111-08

An electrical transformer, a source of PCBs, discarded by the US military at old DEW Line site on the Melville Peninsula. Nunavut, Canada. 1992
BA.9208-09

Smoke containing sulphur dioxide belches from the chimneys of a nickel foundry at Norilsk, W.Siberia, Russia. 2000
RWS0067-24

A Pumping unit in the oil fields near Niznevartovsk. Khanty Mansiysk, Western Siberia, Russia. 2000
RWS0101-16

Nacreous, Mother of Pearl, or PSC, Polar Stratospheric Clouds. Believed to be ice and Nitric acid, these react to produce clorine & bromine, from CFCs, which directly destroy ozone molecules. Antarctica.
AH.0858-00

Nacreous, Mother of Pearl, or PSC, Polar Stratospheric Clouds. Believed to be ice and Nitric acid, these react to produce clorine & bromine, from CFCs, which directly destroy ozone molecules. Antarctica.
AH.0867-00
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