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         Kalaallit Nunaat ( previously Greenland ) - State of Planet - The WE    
Ellesmere, the world’s 10th largest island, and the land today named Kalaallit Nunaat, were as one for the Saqqaq who settled on both islands.
The Dorset cultures were the next wave to arrive, thriving in the northern regions until 1,000 C.E. The Dorest Cultures occupied a huge geographic triangle bounded on the west by Victoria Island, BC Canada, on the north by Ellesmere Island and northern Greenland, and on the southeast by Newfoundland, Canada.
An intensification of NADW formation would cause rapid warmings in Kalaallit Nunaat and other land masses adjacent to the North Atlantic, which can explain the impressive magnitude of the climate changes as well as their rapidity.
www.thewe.cc /weplanet/poles/kalaall.html   (12699 words)

  
 Terrestrial Ecoregions -- Kalaallit Nunaat high arctic tundra (NA1112)
Although it is often referred to as a desert because of its lack of plant cover, the Kalaallit Nunaat ecoregion is, like other deserts, full of life.
Although it might seem too cold and far away to be threatened by humans, the Kalaallit Nunaat ecoregion faces several threats.
Global climate change is raising temperatures in the region, which melts the polar ice and upsets the balance that has been struck between the plants and animals of the Arctic.
www.nationalgeographic.com /wildworld/profiles/terrestrial/na/na1112.html   (335 words)

  
 Dissident Voice : Kalaallit Nunaat/Greenland
A regularly updated resource with links to many articles, quotes, and important information missing from mainstream news coverage about the war in Iraq.
The Struggle against Colonialism and Imperialism in Kalaallit Nunaat: Part 3
The Struggle against Colonialism and Imperialism in Kalaallit Nunaat
www.dissidentvoice.org /category/kalaallit-nunaatgreenland   (73 words)

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