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“Nowadays, the majority of the people in Qaanaaq live as we do with more or less the same amenities.”
“Lunt and Hubert enjoy the warmth of traditional Inuit apparel before leaving Qaanaaq (and the fur) behind.”
“-- Sealers and whalers in Qaanaaq in north Greenland, say that the sea ice is three feet thinner today than earlier.”
“Uusaqqak Qujaukitsoq is a hunter from Qaanaaq, North Greenland.”
“Qaanaaq climate change case study - Encyclopedia of Earth”
“Drinking is a severe problem -- not surprising, considering that alcohol makes up fully one third of all the Qaanaaq store's sales.”
“Residents were forced to relocate to Qaanaaq, a mainland town, after the Danish government closed the small supply store it managed on Herbert Island in 1979.”
“This could only be Qaanaaq, a settlement whose name is a palindrome.”
“Hankering after light, I was offered light treatment for seasonal affective disorder at the hospital in Qaanaaq, but to have allowed myself this would have felt like cheating to me.”
“I lived initially in the town Qaanaaq, arriving there in August 2010.”
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