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  • n. Plural form of pingo.


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  • The adventure would be exciting for the intended audience of eight to eleven year olds and they would also learn about the geography of the tundra, pingos, travel in the area, and the local language

    February 2009

  • Bit. fall é um projecto artístico criado por Julius Popp onde este usa pingos de àgua controlados para criar uma cascata de palavras e imagens.

    Julius Popp

  • Steppe vegetation on south-facing slopes of pingos, central arctic coastalplain Alaska, USA.

    General characteristics of arctic species and their adaptations in the context of changes in climate and ultraviolet-B radiation levels

  • Margaret's very amusingly-titled picture of pingos.

    November 2009

  • It is the only shelf to have a large number of underwater pingos.

    Arctic Ocean

  • The similarity of the underwater pingos to their terrestrial counterpart indicates they probably share the same origin.

    Arctic Ocean

  • Since their first discovery, several hundred pingos have been found and it is likely that more have yet to be charted.

    Arctic Ocean

  • The submarine pingos on the Beaufort Shelf average 400 meters in diameter and are about 30 meters high!

    Arctic Ocean

  • The tundra was scored with weird geometric shapes — centuries-old ice wedges, ice-filled earthen mounds called pingos, thermokarst lakes trapped atop permafrost craters.

    The Great Alaskan Cast and Blast

  • He spoke of pore ice, segregated ice, and pingos, and reminded Rod that at one point, Burlington and its environs had been glacial.

    Second Glance


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