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Sunset on the Hulahula River 110614 0055
Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

After several days of mild storms, we were treated to a break in the clouds.  Water levels were low, as the glaciers were prevented from melting by the fresh snow in the mountains.

Copyright: Matt nolan
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Uppladdad: 27/12/2011
Uppdaterad: 27/08/2014
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Tags: hulahula; river; anwr; glacier; discharge; matt nolan; nolan; 2011
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