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what is the human-environment interaction in arctic?
movements in the Arctic?
human habitats in the Arctic?
civilizations & ppl influenced?

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    Oil pipelines are one of the major human-environmental interactions in the Arctic.

    Since Arctic regions have very few people, the main movement is the movement of oil, reindeer herds, and sea creatures.

    What does your book say about the other interactions?

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