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Posted Monday, November 23rd, 2015 at 7:58 pm by in .Edit this post More in

I’m doing a phd in chemistry people who write papers for money Yet while the loss of sea ice could open coastal Alaska to more oil exploration, tourism and shipping, it’s not likely to help native Alaskans, says Laurence Smith, a geography professor at the University of California-Los Angeles. He says melting ice may open up the sea but close off the land. Because much of Alaska is traversed in winter by ice — rather than paved — roads, he says its interior will become less accessible.

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