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The Other Arctic

A polygon mosaic takes shape when the ground freezes and cracks,  allowing water to collect and form ice wedges that expande each winter. Subhankar Banerjee
Caribou tracks. (Oil and the Caribou series) Subhankar Banerjee
Brant and snow geese on Teshekpuk Lake. Subhankar Banerjee
Caribou crossing Utukok River. (Coal and the Caribou series) Subhankar Banerjee
Caribou tracks on wetland. (Oil and the Geese series) Subhankar Banerjee
Caribou tracks on tundra. (Coal and the Caribou series) Subhankar Banerjee
"Known and Unknown Tracks" (Oil and the Geese series) Subhankar Banerjee
Snow geese with their blue-gray young cross a tundra polygon, a common feature in the western Arctic's permafrost landscape. Subhankar Banerjee
Snow geese with chicks. (Oil and the Geese series) Subhankar Banerjee

The Other Arctic

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