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Eiscat Svalbard Radar dishes just above Mine 7 in Adventdalen. Spitsbergen.
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SvalSat, Svalbard Satellite Station, situated on a plateau near Longyearbyen. Spitsbergen, Norway.
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Ainana, an elderly Yupik Eskimo woman speaks into a mobile phone, held by Edward Zdor, being used during a conference with native Eskimos in Alaska. Provideniya, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia. 2010
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An Inuit hunter using an Iridium satellite phone on the Melville Peninsula. Nunavut, Canada. 1999
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A parabolic antenna outside the Inuit community of Savissivik. N.W. Greenland. Northwest. 1996
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Satellite dishes bring TV, phones and the internet to the Inuit community of Pangnirtung. Nunavut, Canada. 2008
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A Khanty woman using a mobile phone in Nadym. Yamal, Northwest Siberia, Russia
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Valya, a Nenets woman, using a mobile phone. Yamal, Northwest Siberia, Russia.
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A Nenets spectator uses his mobile phone to photograph a reindeer race at a herders festival in the Yamal. Western Siberia, Russia
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A Tundra Nenets woman voting in the Russian Presidential elections at her camp. Gydan Peninsula, W.Siberia, Russia. 2000
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Clifford Weyiouanna checks the location of his reindeer herd on his computer. 5 of his reindeer have satellite collars. Shishmaref. Alaska. 2003
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Niaqutsiaq, chats to other Inuit hunters on the radio from his summer camp. Nunavut, Canada. 1992
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Dishes at Eiscat Auroral Research Centre in the Polar night. Tromso. Norway. 1990
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Eiscat Radio Telescope in Adventdalen, Svalbard, used to study the Aurora.
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DEW Line Station at Point Barrow. North Slope. Alaska. 1997
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The Eiscat satellite dish by the runway at Ny Alesund. Spitsbergen.
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The Eiscat satellite dish by the runway at Ny Alesund. Spitsbergen.
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The roof of the Svalbard Global Seed Vault popularly known as the Doomsday Vault, located just above the airport. Longyearbyen. Svalbard
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First Air Jet with Arcticphoto's Polar Bear on the tail. Iqaluit. Nunavut, Canada. 2008
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A sign at Greenland's main international airport at Kangerlussuaq (Sondre Stromfjord). W. Greenland. 1996
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Dog sleds being used to carry supplies from a Cessna Caravan plane. Savissivik - N.W. Greenland. 1996
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Reindeer are startled when a MI-8 helicopter lands near them at Numto. Khanty Mansiysk, W.Siberia, Russia. 2000
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Villagers gather around an MI-8 helicopter at Numto in Khanty Mansiysk, Western Siberia, Russia. 2000
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A Dash-8 Aircraft on final approach to land at the Inuit community of Pangnirtung. Nunavut, Canada. 2008
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Native walrus ivory carving 'News in the Tundra' (1987) by Edward Tatchenko. Uelen, Chukotka, Siberia, Russia. 2002
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Saami reindeer herder, Nils Peder Gaup, chats on his mobile phone while ice fishing for Arctic Char on a lake near his reindeers' winter pastures. Kautokeino, Finnmark, North Norway. 2007
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Trucks carrying large sections of gas pipe on a winter road near the Yurharovo gas field. Noviy Urengoi, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia.
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An Ural truck on a winter road in the Vanya Valley, Kolyma Mountain Range. Evensk. Magadan Region, Eastern Siberia, Russia. 2006
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Vezdekhods (track vehicle) travelling across tundra on a winter road near Tiksi. Northern Yakutia, Siberia, Russia. 2001
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Supply trucks travelling on a winter road along the frozen River Ob near Panaevsk.Yamal Peninsula. Western Siberia, Russia.
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A stop sign in Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut, in both English and Inuktitut syllabics. Nunavut, Canada. 2002
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The Inuit Broadcasting Corp. T.V. Studio at Iqaluit. Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada. 1990
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Nils Peder Gaup, a Saami reindeer herder, uses his mobile phone to communicate with the other herders while out checking the reindeer with his wife, Inge Ellen. Kautokeino, Finnmark, North Norway. 2007
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Inuit children learning to use a computer at school in Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada. 1990
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Nenets children learning basic computer programming at the school in Panaevsk. Yamal, W.Siberia, Russia.
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Inuit pupil Ulipika Irngaut engrossed in her computer studies in school. Igloolik. Nunavut, Canada. Model released. 2008
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