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6 edition of North of the Arctic Circle found in the catalog.

North of the Arctic Circle

by Siegfried Bucher

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  • 2 Currently reading

Published by Trafford Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Places & peoples: general interest,
  • Travel,
  • Canada,
  • Polar Regions,
  • Canada - Territories & Nunavut,
  • 1-55212-685-4,01-0084,siegfried bucher,north of the arctic circle,far north,canada,arctic,canadian arctic,arctic exploration,1552126854,exploring the arctic,stories of the arctic,arctic,stories,
  • Travel / Canada,
  • Travel / Polar Regions

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages410
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8568503M
    ISBN 101552126854
    ISBN 109781552126851
    OCLC/WorldCa46908970

    Nov 22,  · Whether you choose a group tour or self-guided trip, the base of operations for most is Fairbanks, a modern city of 30, about miles south of the Arctic Circle, the point where there's at. The Arctic Ocean is the smallest of the world's five oceans (after the Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, and the Southern Ocean). The Northwest Passage (US and Canada) and Northern Sea Route (Norway and Russia) are two important seasonal waterways.

    Arctic Norway (Norwegian: Det arktiske Norge) comprises the northernmost parts of Norway that lie above the Arctic circle. Norway, being one of the most stretched-out countries in the world, reaches from approximately 58°N to 81°N, so large parts lie north of the Arctic circle at 66°33′. Geography [ edit ]. The length of continuous day or night increases northward from one day on the Arctic Circle to six months at the North Pole. The Antarctic Circle is the southern counterpart of the Arctic Circle, where on any given date conditions of daylight or darkness are exactly opposite.

    Sweden - Sweden - Climate: About 15 percent of the country lies within the Arctic Circle. From about late May until mid-July, sunlight lasts around the clock north of the Arctic Circle, but, even as far south as Stockholm, the nights during this period have only a few hours of semidarkness. Apr 23,  · Reading North: Books in the Arctic. It's November, and we're nearly kilometres above the Arctic Circle. At 2pm, the sun's quickly disappearing behind the horizon, turning the entire.


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Lapland: North of the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia is a guidebook for all travelers who want to experience the nature, Sami culture, sceneries and plunge into adventures the region has to offer. The book provides all the essential information about Lapland for independent travelers and for tourists who are traveling with a blackfin-boats.com: $ The Magnetic North: Notes From The Arctic Circle.

More than a decade ago, Sara Wheeler traveled to Antarctica to understand a continent nearly lost to myth and lore. In the widely acclaimed, bestselling Terra Incognita, she chronicled her quest to find a hidden history buried in /5.

Dec 28,  · This time, she guides us through the frozen north, the lands and waters north of the Arctic Circle. She's an ideal guide, one who seeks out all the coolest (in both senses of the word) spots and who finds all the best of the Arctic stories, and relates her tales with a delightfully literate vocabulary/5(9).

Lapland: North of the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia  is a guidebook for all travelers who want to experience the nature, Sami culture, sceneries and plunge into adventures the region has to blackfin-boats.com: Erin Dahl.

Lapland: North of the Arctic Circle in Scandinavia is a guidebook for all travelers who want to experience the nature, Sami culture, sceneries and plunge into adventures the region has to offer. The book provides all the essential information about Lapland for independent travelers and for tourists who are traveling with a group.

Jan 30,  · LIFE ON THE LINE began as a project by London-based photographer Cristian Barnett. Over a number of years he aimed to make a number of journeys to the Arctic Circle, an invisible line of latitude 66 degrees and 33 minutes north of the Equator.5/5(4).

Aug 12,  ·  Arctic Dreams Barry Lopez’s National Book Award-winning classic study of the Far North is widely considered his masterpiece. Lopez offers a thorough examination of this obscure world-its terrain, its wildlife, its history of Eskimo natives and intrepid explorers who. “There it was, the land under 80 degrees, a land of stern magnificence, where icebergs rear up almost to the very mountaintops, and mountain rises above mountain; there it was, inviolate, alive to the raucous voice of millions of birds, the continuous staccato bark of foxes, the castanet click as the hoofs.

Feb 17,  · That’s certainly how I came to think about the Arctic as setting when I was writing my latest novel The North Water, a book about a murderer on a 19th-century Arctic whaling ship.

The story is set in and around Baffin Bay, the stretch of sea and ice between east coast of Canada and the west coast of Greenland. The Arctic Circle is roughly 16, km (9, mi) long. The area north of the Circle is about 20, km 2 (7, sq mi) and covers roughly 4% of Earth's surface.

The Arctic Circle passes through the Arctic Ocean, the Scandinavian Peninsula, North Asia, Northern America, and Greenland. The Arctic is one of the Earth’s great un-spoilt wildernesses and everyone knows that at its centre is the North Pole.

It is bounded by an imaginary line known as the Arctic Circle. Rather than simply being defined as a simple line of latitude, the position of the Arctic Circle is dependent on the degree of [ ]. In North of the Arctic Circle, author Siegfried Bucher brings together a collection of stories -- some were experienced by Bucher himself, some by companions, some by friends of blackfin-boats.com conveys his stories with poignancy and drama, all set against the harsh and unrelenting backdrop of the High arctic.

In the summer ofSimon and his wife, both experienced adventurers, set off in a foot sailboat, the Roger Henry, toward northern Canada to spend a year above the Arctic Circle.

Arctic Map. The Arctic is a region of the planet, north of the Arctic Circle, and includes the Arctic Ocean, Greenland, Baffin Island, other smaller northern islands, and the far northern parts of Europe, Russia (Siberia), Alaska and blackfin-boats.com: John Moen.

In her previous book, on Antarctica (Terra Incognita), Wheeler dismissively labeled the Arctic Circle as "the complicated, life-infested North." She changed her stance infollowing a trip during which she towed her infant son on a sled while traveling with the Sámi reindeer herders in the Arctic Circle.4/5.

If you wait up late enough you can watch the sun graze the horizon, a blazing ball of orange, before it immediately starts to rise again.

A warren of jagged peaks and remote beaches, the Lofoten Islands are nestled some miles north of the Arctic Circle and their scenery alone has helped to make them one of Norway's most iconic destinations.

The Arctic Circle is a parallel latitude that runs north of the equator. The exact position of the Arctic Circle is not fixed. As of 23rd Mayit runs 66 degrees 33’″ north of the equator. The shifting of the circle is caused because the Arctic Circle is not a fixed mass of land like Antarctica.

The Arctic Circle. Our Arctic Circle tour visits one of the most spectacular regions of Europe. We will cross the Arctic Circle and then travel a further km north to Nordkapp, the most northerly point accessible by car on mainland Europe.

This tour travels through some of the most beautiful areas on earth and is an unforgettable experience. Tromsø, for instance, is Northern Norway’s largest city and lies far north of the Arctic Circle.

A vibrant university town, it has a lively student scene with concerts and shows, and sports an international film festival as well as a multi-cultural community of more than different nationalities.

The Arctic Circle marks a change in daily patterns of sunlight and darkness as one heads north. In the area of the globe between the Arctic Circle and its southern counterpart, the Antarctic Circle (which lies at approximately 66°33 ’ S), the sun rises and sets daily.

The sculpture will be moved approximately 45 feet each year to reflect the Arctic Circle's movement. Studio Granda (Used with Permission) Grímsey lies about 25 miles north of Iceland's mainland.

Studio Granda (Used with Permission) Although well marked now, Author: Ashawnta Jackson.Jul 22,  · Books Music Art & design TV & radio Continue north for 14km to Storebru, then drive along the north shore of Eikefjorden before Day five will see you cross the Arctic Circle at Lucky passengers have seen pods of humpback whales travelling north, a truly spectacular sight.

In just 30 minutes you will arrive on the island of Grímsey, the most northern point of Iceland. Grímsey is the only part of Iceland that truly sits in the Arctic Circle. You will receive proof that you have set foot in the Arctic soon after arrival.5/5(2).