Polar region of the Earth's northern hemisphere
On this episode of "Death in The Garden," we speak to Anders Oskal, the Secretary General of the Association of World Reindeer Herders and the Executive Director of the International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry in Guovdageaidnu/ Kautokeino, Norway. Anders speaks to us about Sámi culture, explaining the way of his people, the agreement they have made with the reindeer, the importance of their indigenous knowledge in the Arctic landscape, and how the "best available knowledges" must be combined if we ever have a hope of adapting to climate change in our ecosystems. We speak about the encroachments on Sámi lands from industrial development, wind farming and mining, and discuss the unique speed of climate change in the Arctic and these encroachments are making it even more difficult for their people to adapt to the variability in climate, not to mention destroying their ancestral lands. To learn more about how industry is impacting reindeer herding and Sámi culture, check out these articles below: - Føsen Case - Oyfjellet wind plant - Gallok mine Please, if you enjoy the podcast and want to support the film, consider joining our Patreon community or subscribing to our Substack. If you can't support financially, a rating, review, or share of the podcast goes a long way! Editing: Jake Marquez
Covid hit the pod, but didn't keep us down for long. We're back to catch up on spring migration, The Biggest Week in Birding Festival, west coast pelagic research, and a curious towhee behavior. Species mentioned: Arctic terns, various warblers, Eastern TowheeCheck out: BirdCastBirding Your Best LifeKowa ScopesSend your topic ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
Gen. Flynn is a native of Middletown, Rhode Island and Distinguished Military Graduate from the University of Rhode Island with a BS in Business Management. General Flynn is a graduate of the Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced Courses at Fort Benning, GA. He holds two master’s degrees, one in National Security and Strategic Studies from the United States Naval War College in Newport, RI, and one in Joint Campaign Planning and Strategy from the National Defense University. In today’s interview, Gen. Flynn discusses the unique pacing threat posed by China, building interoperability with partner nations, and the future of multi-domain operations in INDOPACOM. The following bullet points highlight some of the key insights from our interview: - While it is often argued that future conflicts in the Pacific will be fought in the air and at sea, the U.S. Army remains critical in securing our regional interests. The Army continues to build relationships with partners on land, and will likely be the only Service not hindered by China’s Anti-Access /Area Denial (A2/AD) system, which is not designed to find, fix, and destroy land forces. As a result, land power will serve as a counterweight to Chinese aspirations both regionally and globally. - The Army’s Joint Pacific Multinational Readiness Center (JPMRC) integrates live, virtual, and constructive environments, enabling our forces and partners to conduct training via a mobile, regional training center in the Pacific’s Arctic, Jungle, and Archipelago conditions and environments. JPMRC enables the Army to maintain a constant presence in the region, train, and build readiness with our allies and partners. - While training with technology in the region of operation is important, relationships matter. Building strong relationships between individuals, organizations, and countries is vital for deterrence by denial. We rely on our allies and partners for their understanding of the geography and the human terrain — the cultures, the societies, and the peoples of the region. - There are three types of interoperability: human, technical, and procedural. There are also three dimensions: human, physical, and information. The crossover or intersection between interoperability and dimensions is the human. By focusing on the human dimension and investing in and building human interoperability with our allies and partners, other vital components of interoperability will follow. - There are four principles for successful network integration. First, it will require an open architecture so Joint forces and mission partners may easily plug into it. Second, there must be a better way to both grant and evaluate the risk of granting authority to operate within these frameworks. Next, the Army needs to be more data-centric. Finally, our forces need to become transport agnostic for our data. Stay tuned to the Mad Scientist Laboratory for our next episode of The Convergence podcast featuring COL Stefan Banach (USA-Ret.), Director, Army Management St
Join Hugh Ross and Fazale Rana as they discuss new discoveries taking place at the frontiers of science that have theological and philosophical implications, as well as new discoveries that point to the reality of God's existence. Two satellites reveal that the winter Arctic sea ice volume declined by 12.5% from 2018 to 2021. If the current rate of winter Arctic sea ice loss continues, it will be only a matter of years before large parts of the Arctic Ocean become ice-free in winter. How could ice-free winters potentially bring on the next ice age? And what can we do to prevent further melting of the winter Arctic ice cap? The human birthing process is fraught with difficulties caused by our upright posture and bipedalism. Many skeptics point to these difficulties as evidence that human beings must have evolved. Why would a Creator design human beings—the crown of his creation—with a flawed birthing process? Couldn't he have done a better job? In this episode, Fazale Rana discusses two new discoveries underscoring the rationale of the human birthing process. Far from being flawed, the process of human birthing is highly optimal, characterized by a set of well-designed trade-offs. References: “Arctic Snow Depth, Ice Thickness, and Volume from ICESat-2 and CryoSat-2: 2018–2021,” Sahra Kacimi and Ron Kwok (article) https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2021GL097448 “What Will Happen If Arctic Sea Ice Loss Continues?,” Hugh Ross (blog) https://reasons.org/explore/blogs/todays-new-reason-to-believe/what-will-happen-if-arctic-sea-ice-loss-continues Help us create even more empowering resources! Support Reasons to Believe at: https://support.reasons.org/ Follow RTB_Official for updates! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RTBofficial Twitter: https://twitter.com/RTB_official Instagram: http://instagram.com/rtb_official Website: http://www.reasons.org
Hollow Earth Diagram 1Hollow Earth Diagram 2Hollow Earth Diagram 3Different IdeasAliens in the Hollow EarthBe sure to check out our website, strangeology.com and be sure to sign up to our newsletter!Also give us a follow for daily updates and goofy memes over at Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok!If you love cryptid & alien merch like t-shirts, hoodies, stickers and mugs, check out our gift shop which helps me out a lot to help keep Strangeology running!Strangeology is accepting listener submissions for future listener story episodes. If you've encountered a cryptid, witnessed a UFO, experienced something paranormal or unexplained you can DM me on Instagram/Facebook or shoot me an e-mail at email@example.com or call the Strangeology Voicemail at 802.448.0612Want to send me something?Please send any regular mail/letters to: Strangeology PO Box 681 Barre, VT 05641Send parcels to this address: Strangeology 3 South Main Street #681 Barre, VT 05641-0681Intro/Outro music composed by StrangeologyTransition TracksThe APX - Electrik FunkHurricaneTurtle - First Mile
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Tonight, we'll read about igloos and other polar quarters, from the book “Secrets of Polar Travel” written by Robert E. Peary and published in 1917.Although igloos, or snow shelters, are often associated with all Inuit, they were traditionally used only by the people of Canada's Central Arctic and a certain part of Greenland. Other Inuit tended to use snow to insulate their houses, which were constructed from whalebone and hides. Snow is used because the air pockets trapped in it make it an insulator. On the outside, temperatures may be as cold as −45 °C (−49 °F), but on the inside, the temperature may get as warm as 16 °C or 61 °F when warmed by body heat alone.— read by V — Listen Ad-Free on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In our first mini-episode of the summer season, we turn to three guests from our past seasons to explore Indigenous ways of knowing, and to look more closely at the sacred nature of water -- how various people understand it, conserve it and co-exist with it. Janet Pitsiulaaq Brewster shares how climate change is affecting Indigenous reconciliation efforts in Canada and what melting permafrost means for the Inuit of Iqaluit. Deon Hassler gives hope to a new generation of Indigenous water operators in the face of long-term boil water advisories. And Josée Street shares her story of learning the lessons of western science, while the teachings of her family and culture bubble under the surface. We'd also like to hear your thoughts, in our What About Water Listener Survey. As a thank you, we will plant a tree through One Tree Planted for each survey our podcast listeners complete.
In this episode, Rory Moore, CEO of Arctic Canadian Diamond Company (ACDC), joins Paul to discuss an array of interesting diamond-related topics. The conversation begins with the two discussing underwater diamond mining and ACDC's strategy to test a remote underwater mining strategy at the company's Ekati mine to prolong its conventional life. The conversation then moves to the seasonal ice road that is used to transport operating materials to the three diamond mines in the Canadian arctic. Next, Paul and Rory discuss the impact that inflation is having on diamond mining operations and what sanctions on Russian diamonds could mean for Canadian diamond prices. Finally, the two discuss thoughts on M&A in the diamond mining industry. Hosted by: Paul Zimnisky Guest: Rory Moore Guest plug: www.arcticcanadian.ca, www.canadamark.com More information on PZDA's State of the Diamond Market report: www.paulzimnisky.com/products Show contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.paulzimnisky.com. Please note that the contents of this podcast includes anecdotes, observations and opinions. The information should not be considered investment or financial advice. Consult your investment professional before making any investment decisions. Please read full disclosure at: www.paulzimnisky.com.
On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with LGBT issues, YSL RICO, the GOAT Kendrick Lamar album review, Streaming Loophole, and much much more… Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door
We listen to a lot of music here at Relevant Tones. Here are a few new pieces currently on the radar for Matt Dotson and Austin Williams. Featured music includes Land by CARM, String Quartet No. 1 by Sophi Jani, For Ennio and Arctic horizon by Wøunds and I Know I'll Never Know by Masaya Ozaki.
David Holland is a renowned climate scientist who recently returned from the Thwaites Glacier in Antarctica. He works in close partnership with his wife, Denise Holland, who is his manager of field and logistics. Fascinated by the Arctic since his childhood in Newfoundland and Labrador, he discusses what we know—and don't yet know—about the warming of the oceans and its threat to humankind; his shuttling between teaching and research in urban centers and intensive fieldwork in some of the most beautiful and dangerous regions of the world; and the politicization of climate science as vast changes become more of a reality. Holland is an esteemed global scientist—recently made a fellow of the American Geophysical Union—who has published over 100 peer-reviewed papers in the field of polar environmental science. At NYU, he is professor of mathematics and atmosphere/ocean science at the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences; director of the Environmental Fluid Dynamics Laboratory in New York City; and director of the Center for Sea Level Change at NYU Abu Dhabi.
Haley and Jillian discuss a news story in which a polar bear climbed onto a woman's roof after hitching a ride from the Arctic on an Iceberg, and Jillian gets into some true crime/survival combo with the story of Terry Jo Dupperault and her harrowing experience on the open sea. Sources 'I looked right into his face': St. Anthony woman recounts her too-close-for-comfort encounter with curious polar bear, Diane Crocker, Saltwire The Horrific Survival Tale of the 11-Year-Old Girl Who Was Orphaned At Sea, Gabe Paoletti, All That Is Interesting Orphaned on the Ocean: The Story of Terry Jo Duperrault, Lily Rowan, History Daily Book ‘Em: Alone, Orphaned on the Ocean, Barry Leibowitz, CBS News
The Smart 7 is a daily podcast that gives you everything you need to know in 7 minutes, at 7 am, 7 days a week...With over 9 million downloads and consistently charting, including as No. 1 News Podcast on Spotify, we're a trusted source for people every day.If you're enjoying it, please follow, share, or even post a review, it all helps...Today's episode includes the following guests:Chandni Singh - Indian Institute for Human SettlementsChris Merriman - Technology reporterSusan Natali - Arctic ecologist at the Woodwell Climate Reserach CenterElizabeth Radcliffe - Royal Society of ChemistryProfessor Lenny Koh - Director of the Centre for Energy, Environment and Sustainability the University of SheffieldDr Simi Adedeji - NHS GP & Cosmetic DoctorSarah Hamylton - Senior Lecturer School of Earth & Environmental Science University of WollongongIn Ireland? Why not try our Ireland Edition?Contact us over at Twitter or visit www.thesmart7.comPresented by Jamie East, written by Olivia Davies and produced by Daft Doris. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Smart 7 Ireland Edition is the daily news podcast that gives you everything you need to know in 7 minutes, at 7am, 7 days a week…Consistently appearing in Ireland's Daily News charts, we're a trusted source for people every day.If you're enjoying it, please follow, share or even post a review, it all helps…Today's episode includes references to the following guests:Chandni Singh - Indian Institute for Human SettlementsChris Merriman - Technology reporterSusan Natali - Arctic ecologist at the Woodwell Climate Reserach CenterElizabeth Radcliffe - Royal Society of ChemistryProfessor Lenny Koh - Director of the Centre for Energy, Environment and Sustainability the University of SheffieldDr Simi Adedeji - NHS GP & Cosmetic DoctorSarah Hamylton - Senior Lecturer School of Earth & Environmental Science University of WollongongContact us over at Twitter or visit www.thesmart7.comPresented by Ciara Revins, written by Liam Thompson and produced by Daft Doris. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Global strategies are now proving the importance of the far North. Selfish intentions are always involved in decisions. Have humans been upgraded? Is that divine or man made? Bacteria talks as every cell is in symbiosis. The judges always find something wrong. Life support for red stringers. Very small pockets of people actually get things done. Satisfied comfortable slaves cannot fathom a lack of structure. The sheeple aren't going anywhere. Arctic power plants and under the ice bases. Energy security heads North. Greenland energy, Estonia tech, and the heart of cyber security development. Quantum tech isn't new. All nations have been the subject of tests. The WHO already gives advice to the world. Even when every chip is stacked against us, ours remains a civilized revolution. Remember, it's up to we the people to take back our nation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
For decades, Russia and other nations collaborated on scientific and environmental issues in the Arctic. Now, there's concern that Finland and Sweden joining NATO could spark a military buildup there.
“It's like graduation. You have a vision of what that's going to look like, but no one tells you that you're going to be sitting there for six hours in a hot gown while all of these people question you about your future.” This is just one of several analogies that you are going to hear during this episode with Kurt and Ellie Johnson; the father and daughter who co-authored “The Barrens: A Novel of Love and Death in the Canadian Arctic.” In this episode, we are not only going to explore the characters of Lee and Holly that were created in this fictional novel, but we are also going to tap in to how the authors examined themselves through the process (my favorite parts!). “The Barrens” is not only a story about love, death, grief, survival, grit, and determination…it is a coming out story about recognizing and embracing who you really love and how parents reconcile their own preconceived notions, visions, and dreams for their children in a society that may very well shun them. Pick up your copy of “The Barrens” wherever books are sold. Connect with the authors: https://www.kurtjohnsonbooks.com/ @kurtjohnsonbooks @elliej418 Connect with me: Subscribe to my YouTube channel to view exclusive podcast videos and the weekly Extra Light. email@example.com @sunnythelifecoach on FB and IG Please share and drop a review if this one resonates for you. Intro/outro music: “Feeling Free” by Martin Riopel
Glaciers are our “global library,” says glaciologist Dr. M Jackson. They tell us about earth's past and future. Learn the secrets of glaciers from this geographer and Arctic expert for the National Geographic Society. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Here's a story about one Arctic Expedition that went absolutely wrong. Twelve people, two of them little children, got stranded in the broken ice of the Arctic for over 6 months, with no hope of rescue. Wow! And that's a true story! The survivors almost did the unthinkable: what was it? How did they manage to get out of the desperate situation? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ever since the aftermath of the Titanic disaster, the Coast Guard has been patrolling the North Atlantic for icebergs that could pose hazards. They started with ships, then moved to fixed-wing aircraft. Now, as part of a partnership with the Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology directorate, satellites, Matthew Barger is program manager for maritime safety in the DHS Science and Technology directorate, and Commander Marcus Hirschberg is commander of the Coast Guard's International Ice Patrol. They talked with Federal News Network's Jared Serbu about what DHS is calling “Project Titanic," on the Federal Drive with Tom Temin.
Ane Aanesland's company ThrustMe single-handedly developed a revolutionary iodine-based propulsion system that even NASA cut its teeth on and shelved decades ago. Ane would have loved to fly it with ESA or the Americans. But the Chinese won the race. Ane provides answers to many related questions and of course much more in the current edition of the Space Cafe Podcast. Host: Markus MooslechnerGuest: Ane AaneslandPublisher: Torsten KrieningWho we are?SpaceWatch.Global is a digital magazine and portal for those interested in space, and the far-reaching impact that space developments have. While showcasing the technology that enables the industry to edge closer to the next frontier, SpaceWatch.Global also provides analysis, forecasts, and insight into the geopolitical implications of space developments. From space policy, exploration, and missions, to space weapons and technology, we provide a complete perspective on the emerging space sector as it expands into a global marketplace. The team behind SpaceWatch.Global is a dynamic mix of space geeks, tech junkies, space policy experts, regional specialists, and passionate writers. We fully believe that space should be used for humanity, that it enables knowledge, and enriches societies.SpaceWatch.Global GmbH, headquartered in Berlin, Germany. In the true journalistic spirit, neutrality, ethics and integrity are at our core. SpaceWatch.Global abides by the Society of Professional Journalists' code of ethics; we seek the truth and report on it.SpaceWatch.Global GmbHMessedamm 2314055 BerlinGermanyWebsite: www.spacewatch.globalEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgExclusive distribution Partner: Bookwire - www.bookwire.de See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Humanity might be the worst thing in the known universe, so why not take a break from that and learn about the non-mythical Unicorn of the Ocean, aka Narwhals. The first thing that comes up when you Google search Narwhals is “Do Narwhals still exist?” proving Amber isn't the only one that thought they were a made up animal, and that there is a lot of confusion when it comes to this whale.Narwhals are not technically endangered. However, narwhals are especially threatened by climate change. Like most arctic predators they need sea ice to survive, and as we all know, sea ice is quickly disappearing. Narwhals do not survive in captivity, and any attempt to introduce them into aquariums has ended disastrously.Narwhals' are best known for their tusks, which are actually an elongated tooth. Humans used to trade these teeth as magical unicorn horns, which was believed to neutralize poison. (For more info on this, listen to our Unicorn episode). Why do male narwhals and a few female narwhals grow these tusks? That's still up for debate. Not a lot is known about Narwhal behavior, because they're surprisingly good at staying hidden and the location they live in is dark most of the year, cold, and covered in ice.Listen now to learn about the only Unicorn that will probably ever exist on this planet.In the NewsPod of beluga whales adopts a lone narwhal male, and scientists are interested to see if a Narluga (beluga-narwhal hybrid) will be born within this pod. This something we've never seen in the wild, but we know can happen.Husband sues CA hospital for their culture of racism, which lead to the death of his wife during labor. Black women are 5 times more likely to die from pregnancy-related cardiomyopathy, blood pressure disorders than white women.Flying space jellyfish seen over Georgia skies, which actually turns out to be physics and perfect timing. If you were lucky you might have seen this exhaust leaving the Falcon 9's rocket engine nozzle creating an amazing pattern in the sky.
Guest Host Rubina Ahmed-Haq speaks with Dr. Jane Boulden, a professor at the Royal Military College of Canada about Defence Minister Anita Anand weighing if Canada should build a ballistic missile defence program in the arctic circle. Let's get talking See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Raging wildfires force new evacuations in New Mexico; Fires in Siberia spreading out of control because the Russian military is otherwise busy; California approves plan to cut cow burps; PLUS: Arctic wildfire soot is causing Arctic ice to melt even faster... All that and more in today's Green News Report!