Discover more about the lives and culture of the people of northwest Greenland at the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum exhibit "This Extraordinary Paradise: Living in Northwest Greenland."
The Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences is using satellite data to monitor the extent to which Greenland's ice sheet is thinning and receding. Look here to view 3D images and learn more.
Greenland and its surrounding waters are home to wildlife with extreme adaptations to a frigid climate. Visit the Smithsonian Institution's Arctic Study Center to discover more about these animals.
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