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Organizations relating to Arctic Zones

International Arctic Science Committee / Akureyri, Iceland / Est. 1990
Circumpolar Agricultural Association / Tromsø, Norway / Est. 1995
Nordic Society for Circumpolar Health / Oulu, Finland / Est. 2000
International Commission on Polar Meteorology / Cambridge, UK
International Arctic Buoy Programme / Seattle WA, USA
Council of Managers of National Antarctic Programs / Christchurch, New Zealand / Est. 1988
Oiseaux migrateurs du paléarctique occidental / Paris, France / Est. 1987
International Antarctic Institute / Sapporo, Japan / Est. 2006
Arctic Institute of North America / Calgary AB, Canada / Est. 1945
Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program / Akureyri, Iceland
Arctic Regional Hydrographic Commission / Ottawa ON, Canada / Est. 2010
Pacific Arctic Group / Shanghai, China
Port and Ocean Engineering under Arctic Conditions International Committee / Ottawa ON, Canada / Est. 1971
Forum of Arctic Research Operators / Røskilde, Denmark / Est. 1998
Arctic Vocational Foundation / Övertorneå, Sweden / Est. 1991
International Polar Tourism Research Network / North Bay ON, Canada / Est. 2006
Sustaining Arctic Observing Networks / Tromsø, Norway
Gateway Antarctica / Christchurch, New Zealand / Est. 1993
Pan-European Institute, Turku / Turku, Finland / Est. 1998
International Polar Foundation / Brussels, Belgium
Scott Polar Research Institute / Cambridge, UK / Est. 1920
Arctic Centre, Groningen / Groningen, Netherlands / Est. 1970
Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute / St Petersburg, Russia / Est. 1920
Circumpolar Conservation Union / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1993
Arctic Centre, Rovaniemi / Rovaniemi, Finland / Est. 1988
Arctic Frontiers / Tromsø, Norway / Est. 2007
Arctic Marine Ecosystem Research Network / Tromsø, Norway / Est. 2002
ArcticNet Student Association / Québec QC, Canada
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies / Hobart TAS, Australia / Est. 2010
Arctic and Mountain Regions Development Institute
International Study Society for the Exploration of Arctic Regions by Airship
Circumpolar Universities Association / Est. 1992
International Society for the Exploration of the Arctic Regions by Means of Aircraft / Est. 1924
International Association of Circumpolar Health Publishers / Est. 2004
International Polar Commission / Est. 1879
International Network for Circumpolar Health Research / Est. 2004
Nordic Arctic Society / Est. 1943
Institut polaire international / Est. 1907
ICOMOS International Polar Heritage Committee / Oslo, Norway / Est. 2000
Barents Regional Council / Tromsø, Norway / Est. 1993
Danish Arctic Institute / Copenhagen, Denmark / Est. 1954
Canadian Arctic Resources Committee / Ottawa ON, Canada / Est. 1971
Trans-Antarctic Association / Cambridge, UK / Est. 1960
Kevo Subarctic Research Institute / Ivalo, Finland / Est. 1956
Roald Amundsen Centre for Arctic Research / Tromsø, Norway / Est. 1988
International Arctic Research Center / Fairbanks AK, USA / Est. 1999
Antarctican Society / Searsport ME, USA / Est. 1959
Byrd Polar Research Center, Columbus OH / Columbus OH, USA / Est. 1960
Antarctic Research Centre, Wellington / Wellington, New Zealand / Est. 1970
International Symposium on Arctic Geology

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World Problems relating to Arctic Zones

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Threatened polar desert habitats
Decrease in ice cover
Warming of polar regions
Arctic air pollution

Action Strategies relating to Arctic Zones

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Conserving the Arctic
Conserving polar regions
Conserving low Arctic tundra ecoregion
Conserving Antarctica
Conserving subpolar habitats

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