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Study: Arctic undergoing holistic climate-change response

climate."

Such a philosophy is a natural fit at UAF, Hinzman said, where researchers tend to be collaborative anyway. And the Arctic is ideal for such comprehensive studies because of its isolation, sparse human population and undisturbed nature.

"It's somewhat easier to examine how the forces of nature are acting on this system because the effects are so dramatic," he said.

Hinzman said papers like this one have the potential to help policymakers and the public understand what climate change means in a practical sense.

"I hope this is of value and of interest to the general population," he said. "We want the people who live here to have a better understanding of the changes we have observed, which could help society prepare for the changes that may be coming."


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Contact: Marmian Grimes
marmian.grimes@uaf.edu
907-474-7902
University of Alaska Fairbanks
28-Oct-2005


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