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<p>Icebergs float in a fjord near the south Greenland town of Narsaq July 28, 2009.   


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Icebergs float in a fjord near the south Greenland town of Narsaq July 28, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Icebergs float in a fjord near the south Greenland town of Narsaq July 28, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>A colony of Black-legged Kittiwake seagulls tend to their chicks on a cliff near Narsaq July 28, 2009.    



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A colony of Black-legged Kittiwake seagulls tend to their chicks on a cliff near Narsaq July 28, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong

A colony of Black-legged Kittiwake seagulls tend to their chicks on a cliff near Narsaq July 28, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>A large iceberg floats in Eriks Fjord near the town of Narsarsuaq in southern Greenland July 26, 2009.   


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A large iceberg floats in Eriks Fjord near the town of Narsarsuaq in southern Greenland July 26, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong

A large iceberg floats in Eriks Fjord near the town of Narsarsuaq in southern Greenland July 26, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>A visitor takes pictures of the Twin Glacier near Narsaq July 28, 2009.   



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A visitor takes pictures of the Twin Glacier near Narsaq July 28, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong

A visitor takes pictures of the Twin Glacier near Narsaq July 28, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>A glacier and snow covered mountains are seen from a commercial airliner as it prepares to land at Narsarsuaq, July 24, 2009.    



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A glacier and snow covered mountains are seen from a commercial airliner as it prepares to land at Narsarsuaq, July 24, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong

A glacier and snow covered mountains are seen from a commercial airliner as it prepares to land at Narsarsuaq, July 24, 2009. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>A fisherman works on his boat in the town of Ilulissat in western Greenland, May 17, 2007.   



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A fisherman works on his boat in the town of Ilulissat in western Greenland, May 17, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

A fisherman works on his boat in the town of Ilulissat in western Greenland, May 17, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>Denmark's Queen Margrethe (C) and Prince Consort Henrik (R) arrive at the cathedral of Nuuk, Annaasissitta Oqaluffia, June 21, 2009 to celebrate the start of the Greenland Self-government.   



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Denmark's Queen Margrethe (C) and Prince Consort Henrik (R) arrive at the cathedral of Nuuk, Annaasissitta Oqaluffia, June 21, 2009 to celebrate the start of the Greenland Self-government. REUTERS/Keld Navntoft/Scanpix

Denmark's Queen Margrethe (C) and Prince Consort Henrik (R) arrive at the cathedral of Nuuk, Annaasissitta Oqaluffia, June 21, 2009 to celebrate the start of the Greenland Self-government. REUTERS/Keld Navntoft/Scanpix

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<p>A helicopter carrying German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel flies over the Eqi Glacier near the town of Ilulissat, August 17, 2007.   



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A helicopter carrying German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel flies over the Eqi Glacier near the town of Ilulissat, August 17, 2007. REUTERS/Michael Kappeler/Pool

A helicopter carrying German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel flies over the Eqi Glacier near the town of Ilulissat, August 17, 2007. REUTERS/Michael Kappeler/Pool

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<p>Freshly caught fish are stored in containers on the dock in the fishing harbor of Ilulissat, May 20, 2007.    



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Freshly caught fish are stored in containers on the dock in the fishing harbor of Ilulissat, May 20, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Freshly caught fish are stored in containers on the dock in the fishing harbor of Ilulissat, May 20, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>A fisherman cuts bait in the town of Ilulissat in, May 20, 2007.    



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A fisherman cuts bait in the town of Ilulissat in, May 20, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong/Files

A fisherman cuts bait in the town of Ilulissat in, May 20, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong/Files

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<p>Greenlandic sled dogs pull visitors over snow and rock during an outing near Ilulissat, May 16, 2007.    



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Greenlandic sled dogs pull visitors over snow and rock during an outing near Ilulissat, May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Greenlandic sled dogs pull visitors over snow and rock during an outing near Ilulissat, May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>A Greenlandic sled dog pup lies next to its mother near their pen in Ilulissat, May 16, 2007.    



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A Greenlandic sled dog pup lies next to its mother near their pen in Ilulissat, May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

A Greenlandic sled dog pup lies next to its mother near their pen in Ilulissat, May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>A Greenlandic sled dog keeps an eye on a visitor near its doghouse overlooking Disko Bay in Ilulissat, May 16, 2007.    



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A Greenlandic sled dog keeps an eye on a visitor near its doghouse overlooking Disko Bay in Ilulissat, May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

A Greenlandic sled dog keeps an eye on a visitor near its doghouse overlooking Disko Bay in Ilulissat, May 16, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>The Hotel Arctic is located in the town of Ilulissat, May 20, 2007.   



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The Hotel Arctic is located in the town of Ilulissat, May 20, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

The Hotel Arctic is located in the town of Ilulissat, May 20, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>The Zions Church, built in 1782, stands on the shore of Disko Bay in Ilulissat, May 15, 2007.    



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The Zions Church, built in 1782, stands on the shore of Disko Bay in Ilulissat, May 15, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

The Zions Church, built in 1782, stands on the shore of Disko Bay in Ilulissat, May 15, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>The Hotel Arctic is located in the town of Ilulissat in western Greenland, May 20, 2007.    



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The Hotel Arctic is located in the town of Ilulissat in western Greenland, May 20, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

The Hotel Arctic is located in the town of Ilulissat in western Greenland, May 20, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>Dr Konrad Steffen, Director of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at the University of Colorado, performs maintenance on a weather station, northeast of Ilulissat, May 17, 2007.    



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Dr Konrad Steffen, Director of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at the University of Colorado, performs maintenance on a weather station, northeast of Ilulissat, May 17, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Dr Konrad Steffen, Director of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at the University of Colorado, performs maintenance on a weather station, northeast of Ilulissat, May 17, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>Tourists view icebergs in Disko Bay at the mouth of the Jakobshavn ice fjord near Ilulissat, May 15, 2007.   



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Tourists view icebergs in Disko Bay at the mouth of the Jakobshavn ice fjord near Ilulissat, May 15, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Tourists view icebergs in Disko Bay at the mouth of the Jakobshavn ice fjord near Ilulissat, May 15, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>The shadow of an Air Greenland plane is cast onto a cloud during a flight from Kangerlussauq to Sisimiut, May 14, 2007.    



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The shadow of an Air Greenland plane is cast onto a cloud during a flight from Kangerlussauq to Sisimiut, May 14, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

The shadow of an Air Greenland plane is cast onto a cloud during a flight from Kangerlussauq to Sisimiut, May 14, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>An outdoor toilet looks out over the ice at the Swiss Camp research center on the Greenland ice pack,  northeast of Ilulissat, May 18, 2007.   



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An outdoor toilet looks out over the ice at the Swiss Camp research center on the Greenland ice pack, northeast of Ilulissat, May 18, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

An outdoor toilet looks out over the ice at the Swiss Camp research center on the Greenland ice pack, northeast of Ilulissat, May 18, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>Kayaks are stacked on a wooden rack on the edge of Disko Bay in the town of Ilulissat, May 20, 2007.    



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Kayaks are stacked on a wooden rack on the edge of Disko Bay in the town of Ilulissat, May 20, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Kayaks are stacked on a wooden rack on the edge of Disko Bay in the town of Ilulissat, May 20, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>Caribou antlers hang from the front of a house in Ilulissat, May 19, 2007.   



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Caribou antlers hang from the front of a house in Ilulissat, May 19, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Caribou antlers hang from the front of a house in Ilulissat, May 19, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>Houses are painted in bright colors in the town of Ilulissat, May 15, 2007.    



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Houses are painted in bright colors in the town of Ilulissat, May 15, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Houses are painted in bright colors in the town of Ilulissat, May 15, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>A street sign warns of dog sled traffic in the town of Ilulissat, May 14, 2007.    



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A street sign warns of dog sled traffic in the town of Ilulissat, May 14, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

A street sign warns of dog sled traffic in the town of Ilulissat, May 14, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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<p>Graduate student Kevin Sampson walks past a row of snow shovels at the Swiss Camp research center on the Greenland ice pack, northeast of Ilulissat, May 18, 2007.    



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Graduate student Kevin Sampson walks past a row of snow shovels at the Swiss Camp research center on the Greenland ice pack, northeast of Ilulissat, May 18, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

Graduate student Kevin Sampson walks past a row of snow shovels at the Swiss Camp research center on the Greenland ice pack, northeast of Ilulissat, May 18, 2007. REUTERS/Bob Strong

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