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Climate Change Impact Assessment in Yamal Peninsula 

Climate Change Impact Assessment in Yamal Peninsula 

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Soaring Arctic temperatures have led to an outbreak of anthrax in Yamal, Russia, triggered by unusually warm weather and the thawing of permafrost that once covered contaminated cemeteries and animal burial grounds. A Greenpeace Russia team arrived at the region to investigate the impact of climate change on the environment and indigenous life. 
Nenets Chum (Tent) at Dusk in Yamal Peninsula
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Nenets Chum in Yamal Peninsula
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Nenet Fisherman in Russia
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Nenets Settlement in Yamal Peninsula
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Nenet Man in Yamal Peninsula
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Nenet Man in Yamal Peninsula
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Fishing Boats in Russia
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Dilapidated Building in Yar-Sale in Russia
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Yar-Sale Airport in Yamal Peninsula
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Indigenous Sledge in Yar-Sale in Russia
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