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With Siberia seeing its warmest temperature on record this year and enormous chunks of ice caps in Greenland and Canada sliding into the sea, countries are acutely aware there’s no vaccine for global warming.

2020's extreme summer had a major impact on ice shelves and glaciers, @WMO  warns. Details about effects on Arctic ice, as well as in Siberia, Canada, Iceland and European Alps: #ClimateAction 

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This summer, record high temperatures and wildfires have spread throughout Siberia. Using the VIIRS instrument, the @NOAA  @NASA  Suomi-NPP satellite can see smoke stretching from Siberia across the Bering Strait into Canada and Alaska.

This summer, record high temperatures and wildfires have spread throughout Siberia. Using the VIIRS instrument, the @NOAA  @NASA  Suomi-NPP satellite can see smoke stretching from Siberia across the Bering Strait into Canada and Alaska.

Coming up tomorrow @cbcwhatonearth  . Scary stuff this. Peat fires, like those raging in Siberia, will become more common in Canada | CBC Radio

The Lomonosov Ridge, a vast mountain range running from the continental shelf of Siberia towards Greenland and Canada, is at the centre of a major geopolitical tug of war.

The north magnetic pole is leaving Canada for Siberia. These 'blobs' may be the reason why.

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3/ One blob is under Siberia, the other under Canada. The latter recently changed shape, losing strength, ceding control to Siberia. That’s why the magnetic north pole suddenly started hightailing it toward Russia about 25 years ago.

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Decades worth of satellite data has revealed two large patches of magnetism that have Magnetic North locked into a perpetual 'tug of war' between Canada and Siberia -- and the Siberian patch is winning.

It started in Canada and now it's inching closer to Siberia. Thanks a lot, blobs.

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The newly updated World Magnetic Model shows the magnetic north pole is moving away from Canada toward Siberia

I love this view- winter in the Northern Hemisphere- it looks very cold from Canada to Siberia!

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More than 600 wildfires have consumed more than 2.4 million acres of forest across Alaska this summer, and fires are also raging in northern Canada and Siberia (via @ConversationUS ).

From Canada to Siberia, the Arctic is on fire ?

The magnetic north pole is moving. In 1900, the pole was in Canada. A century later, it was near Greenland. In the past 18 years, it has raced eastwards at about 40 kilometres per year, and is currently heading for Siberia

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Study suggests tropical forests absorb more atmospheric CO2 than forests in Canada & Siberia

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