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  • adj. From outside of a polar region

Etymologies

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extra- +‎ polar

Examples

  • The second "2035", an apparent typographic error, is not in WWF 2005, but can be traced circumstantially to a rough estimateeof the shrinkage of all extrapolar glaciers (excluding those in basins of internal drainage) between the present and 2350. 4.

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  • These data apply to Central Asian glaciers and all of the extrapolar glaciation of the Earth

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  • The degradation of the extrapolar glaciation of the Earth will be apparent in rising ocean level already by the year 2050, and there will be a drastic rise of the ocean thereafter caused by the deglaciation-derived runoff (see Table 11).

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  • The extrapolar glaciation of the Earth will be decaying at rapid, catastrophic rates -- its total area will shrink from 500,000 to 100,000 km² by the year 2350.

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  • "The extrapolar glaciation of the Earth will be decaying at rapid, catastrophic rates - its total area will shrink from 500,000 to 100,000 square kilometres by the year 2350," Mr Kotlyakov's report said.

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