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Peoples of the Arctic: Characteristics of Human Populations Relevant to Pollution Issues

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This chapter provides an introduction to the inhabitants of the Arctic (Figure 5·1). While there is insufficient space to explore the extent of information that exists in the written literature or in the oral traditions of indigenous cultures, the information given here is intended to help understand how contaminants may affect Arctic residents, and to encourage further investigation of these effects.

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