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  • bay
    Echo by Seaver 1996 Fig 7 is a view of Davis Strait from a satellite photograph by ESSA VIII in February 1995 Fig 7 was xeroxed directly from The Frozen Echo book The Xerox was then scanned into PhotoShop and cropped to show only Ungava Bay The open water marvel detail was scaled to match the map above and aligned using Akpatok Island at the base point Finally the outlines

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  • bloomfield4
    elow se he washed gjore do he did himself 260 weusek ew what sort is he hva sort what sort 262 kehke nam he knows kjenne nema ON know now 359a keë kje wa he is old kjed tired 359b

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  • reason
    best harvested at the edge of the ice When the climate turned cold the ice formed over Davis Strait taking most of the seals too far south There are places in the Arctic that have open water the year around Many of these open water marvels exist in Ungava Bay and Hudson Strait north of Labrador The desperate Norse hunters walked to the open water marvels to get food to

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  • bloomfield5
    x kesin i moccasin make sin match pair his 360c tan kesk awe wa he kicks him kysk chastise 371 ax kehk wa kettle gryte pot 381 e len iwa man rein pure decent 382 ehk wa louse smekkfull with

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  • trail
    sixty 60 years of the fourteenth century 1300 to 1360 The period was known as the Little Ice Age which had the coldest recorded temperatures during the last millennium While the feat of walking across Davis Strait is considered to be impossible Eskimos of northern Greenland who live in climates similar to those experienced during the Little Ice Age have made similar journeys A cold climate provided a driving reason

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  • freezing
    temperatures of eighteen 18 degrees Fahrenheit During the Little Ice Age the environmental temperatures dropped ten degrees or more below normal for twenty seven 27 out of sixty 60 years The lower average temperature would have driven the average environmental

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  • climate
    Frozen Trai l Freezing Home

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  • walking
    hundred 200 miles from Bjarni Island to Pamiok on the east coast of Ungava Peninsula Good Arctic traveling is about twenty five 25 miles a day but there is one known case of a man alone averaging forty three 43 miles per day Coment The Norse could have made forty to fifty miles a day by sleeping one third of the people on sleds and pulling through all night and

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