Arctic Zone

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the regions to the north of the Arctic Circle centered on the North Pole

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Instead, the military-security issue upon which the Russian Arctic policy primarily focuses is the defense and protection of the borders and area of the Russian Arctic zone.
9 billion arms bill to strengthen its military presence in its arctic zone, while Russia has resumed tactical flights of nuclear bombers in its polar region, triggering the protests of numerous countries.
This is better underfoot as the climbers get ready to enter the glacial arctic zone on the upper slopes of Kilimanjaro.
Relatively little is known about the region's environmental system and its global influence, but natural recovery in the Arctic zone is slow, and thus the idea of "short-term" impacts is irrelevant when considering the consequences of our actions.
We must finalise and adopt a federal law on the southern border of Russia's Arctic zone," Medvedev said.
The US Geological Survey estimates that up to 25 percent of global oil and gas reserves may lie in the Arctic zone.
COOL LUNCHBOX: If the kids are already complaining about having to take their lunch to school, try packing it in the Crushproof Lunch Carrier from Arctic Zone.
Honestly, it's better than it sounds, with interactive elements including a rainforest storm, an earthquake and an Arctic zone that is genuinely cold.
Called the Arctic Zone, the cooler unit is available in many of Lane's motion configurations, including the new ActionMates correlates.
Development of the Arctic zone is one of the major processes of global economic dynamics, which is determined by the conjuncture of the world's hydrocarbon markets.
The project is being implemented in the Arctic zone of Russia, in the Yamal Peninsula, near Sabetta port.
The Grand Prize will be an eco-friendly 2012 Toyota Prius v2, along with additional prizes to include TREK Cruiser Bikes, Otterbox iPhone/iPad covers, TEAS' TEA beach towels & totes and Arctic Zone Coolers.
However, the development conditions of gas reservoirs are increasingly severe: 33% of the world's reserves are in the Arctic zone and in Siberia, hence a transport and competitiveness problem, despite the extent of the resources concerned and very solid advantages for gas as regards the environment.
Most Arctic Zone products have suggested retail prices from $6.