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Pole

A unit of area equivalent to 1/320th of one square mile.
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This earlier origin date "means polar bears definitely persisted through warming periods during Earth's history," University of Buffalo biologist and senior author Charlotte Lindqvist said in a statement Monday.
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The erroneous notion that Alaska wildlife officials don't believe the polar bear is in trouble was put forth by Alaska governor Sarah Palin when she initiated a suit against the federal government in hopes of overturning its decision to include the polar bear under the umbrella of endangered species protection.
The IUCN Polar Bear Specialist Group reclassified the polar bear as a vulnerable species on the IUCN's Red List of Endangered Species at their most recent meeting, in Seattle, in 2005.
The plight of the polar bear has been held tip by environmentalists as a symbol of global warming caused by humans.
CORRECTION: The stories about how the polar bears are soon to be wiped off the planet, apparently because Americans drive automobiles too much and are otherwise too selfish to reduce their standard of living, have become as ubiquitous as they are preposterous.
The area's polar bears felt the heat: Scientists came across four polar bears that had drowned, apparently exhausted from swimming because there was no thick sea ice on which they could rest.
Polar bears are known to hunt and eat humans, so the guides carry rifles.
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The researchers conclude that disruption of bone mineral composition correlates with the presence of PCBs, DDT residues, and other POPs among polar bears from East Greenland.
At each pole and for both solar cycles the team examined, the number of polar CMEs and their speeds peaked just before the magnetic reversals occurred.