Title: PASSAGES - Or Planning of Radar Tower Locations in the Northwest Passage with WorldDEM
Description: The Northwest Passage, the connection between the North Atlantic and Pacific Ocean, is approximately 5,780km long. It runs through the Canadian Arctic Archipelago and is a complex winding maze of channels, bays, and straits that pass through often ice-choked Arctic waters, an area virtually impassable in the past. However in recent years, due to climate change, both commercial and leisure traffic are now able to pass through this region.
Location: Northwest Passage
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