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Spring 2020 Brings Rare Ozone ‘Hole’ to the Arctic

Along with the mild winter across much of the eastern United States and the return of something more like real winter in Alaska, here’s something else we can blame on the polar vortex: a rare “hole” in the ozone layer over the Arctic in February and March 2020. Keep Reading

Overcoming the Tyranny of Distance in the Arctic

For officers patrolling northern Alaska, the Great Lakes and the northeastern stretches of the U.S., understanding the environment in the northern regions is key to overcoming the numerous challenges while on guard and responding to emergencies. Keep Reading

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