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Two men in a small motorboat loaded with containers float in the Bering Strait off Shishmaref, Alaska.

Two men in a small motorboat loaded with containers float in the Bering Strait off Shishmaref, Alaska. Melting glaciers in Alaska are contributing to rising sea levels around the coastal community, and Shishmaref's residents are asking the government to help pay for the village's relocation. Pat O'Hara/Corbis

 
TA giant glacier remnant in Baffin Bay, northwest Greenland.

A giant glacier remnant in Baffin Bay, northwest Greenland. Layne Kennedy/Corbis

 
 

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