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Circumpolar peoples - Wikipedia


Circumpolar peoples and Arctic peoples are umbrella terms for the various indigenous peoples of the Arctic. Circumpolar coastal human population distribution ...

Arctic Indigenous Peoples - Arctic Centre, University of Lapland


Indigenous peoples have inhabited the Arctic for thousands of years. The proportion indigenous people is estimated to be about 10 percent of total population ...

Arctic People | National Snow and Ice Data Center


The extreme Arctic climate makes the region a forbidding place to travel and a challenging place to live. Even so, people have found ways to explore and live in  ...

The Arctic People - Food / Hunting / Tools - First Peoples of Canada


The Inuit were mainly hunters, and relied heavily on the animals of the Arctic as their main source of food. Since very little vegetation could survive in the Arctic ...

The Arctic People - Groups in this Region - First Peoples of Canada


Name, The people of the Canadian Arctic are known as the Inuit. They used to be called Eskimos, which came from a Native American word for 'eater of raw ...

The Arctic People - Environment / Housing - First Peoples of Canada


The Canadian Arctic was one of the coldest and most unforgiving environments on Earth. Winters were long and cold, often with little light. Therefore, the people  ...

The Arctic People - Religion / Ceremonies / Art / Clothing


That included people, animals, inanimate objects, and forces of nature. When a spirit died, ... Most of their carvings were of Arctic animals, people, or spirits.

Arctic peoples | WWF


Nowhere on Earth are the immediate effects of climate change felt so intensely. New economic opportunities are coming to the Arctic as oil and gas, shipping, ...

Arctic Peoples - Arctic Council


Nov 3, 2016 ... Almost four million people live in the Arctic today, with the precise number depending on where the boundary is drawn. They include ...

Indigenous People: Arctic - The Canadian Encyclopedia


The term Arctic peoples in Canada is generally used to describe the indigenous Inuit population, who have enjoyed almost exclusive occupation of the ...