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Welcome to the archives of Arctic Deeply. While we paused regular publication of the site on September 15, 2017, and transitioned some of our coverage to Oceans Deeply, we are happy to serve as an ongoing public resource on the Arctic. We hope you’ll enjoy the reporting and analysis that was produced by our dedicated community of editors contributors.

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Mara Johnson-Groh

Mara Johnson-Groh is a freelance science writer and photographer. Her work, discussing everything under the sun and even things beyond it, has been featured in publications such as Scientific American, Backpacker, Muse and Astronomy. Her favorite word for snow is the Inuinnaqtun term “apijuq” – meaning covered in snow.

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