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Click here for the Climate Change - Health and Environmental Effects in the Polar Regions provided by the US EPA.
What are Ice Caps?
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Welcome To The Subject Guide of Polar Ice Caps
The Earth's polar ice caps have changed dramatically over the last 12,000 years.
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