For instance, according to the ACIA
, between 1954 and 2003, the mean annual surface air temperature rose by two to three degrees Celsius in Alaska and Siberia, thus almost doubling the rate of warming felt by the Arctic as a whole.
Concentrations and ACIA
score data were log transformed if not normally distributed.
, Warming Arctic, 2004, supra note 9 at 8-20.
Jim Corbett, of Bellingham, an ACIA
member, said: "Due to the boggy nature of the site the RAF failed to recover the aircraft so it is known substantial remains still exist.
Isozymic: studies on the origin of cultivated foxtail millet, ACIA
Agronomica Sinica 14(2): 131-6.
OBAPO and ACIA
seek legal titles for land traditionally shared among community members and apportioned by elders through oral tradition.
, Overbeek, GC, Buckmann, AJP, Padget, JC, Annable, T, "Bimodal Dispersions in Coating Applications.
According to the ACIA
, observational data from the scientific record--supported by indigenous observations--indicate that some areas such as Alaska, western Canada, and Eurasia are warming more than others (e.
Jim Corbett, 27, of Bellingham, Northumberland, an ACIA
member, said: "We did not get on as well as I would have hoped.
, Satguru, R, "Film Formation of Latex Blends with Bimodal Particle Size Distributions: Consideration of Particle Deformability and Continuity of the Dispersed Phase.
Arctic indigenous peoples have also participated in the international assessment of climate change impacts through their involvement in the ACIA
with academic and government researchers (ACIA
a wholly owned subsidiary of ACIA
, with the surviving entity named ACG Fremont InsuraCorp, Inc.