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The frozen cliffs of Drew Point, Alaska, (population zero) are tumbling to the ocean faster than perhaps any other location in the Arctic.

Just outside my window here at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, workers are drilling into the asphalt of a parking lot using a truck-mounted rig.

For the past century, official thermometers scattered around Alaska have shown a warming trend.

For the past century, official thermometers scattered around Alaska have shown a warming trend.

Snow falling silently on Alaska’s mountains will in a few months transform into a medium for migrating salmon, and so much more.