Geographical pole A geographical pole is either of the two points on a rotating body planet, dwarf planet, natural satellite, sphereetc where its axis of rotation intersects its surface As with Earth s North and South Poles, they are usually called that body s north pole and south pole, one lying degrees in one direction from the body s equator and the other lying degrees in the opposite EducaPoles International Polar Foundation s educational site About the International Polar Foundation EducaPoles is the International Polar Foundation s educational site It sets out to sensitize young people and the educational world to the importance of the Polar Regions and of climate change by proposing adapted teaching tools and projects. List of Polar Regions Animals Animal Website For Kids back List of Polar Regions Animals Polar Regions Habitat cec Fotolia Polar Regions Polar Regions are the coldest places on earth The Arctic of the north Polar ice cap A polar ice cap or polar cap is a high latitude region of a planet, dwarf planet, or natural satellite that is covered in ice. There are no requirements with respect to size or composition for a body of ice to be termed a polar ice cap, nor any geological requirement for it to be over land only that it must be a body of solid phase matter in the polar region. Students on Ice Homepage Educating for Ocean Conservation For years, the Students on Ice Foundation has led ocean based expeditions to the Polar Regions fostering in youth the confidence and capacity to engage as active citizens with complex issues such as ocean conservation and climate change. Quick Facts on Ice Shelves National Snow and Ice Data Center What is the Cryosphere When scientists talk about the cryosphere, they mean the places on Earth where water is in its solid form, frozen into ice or snow. climateyou Polar temperatures Spatial distribution of monthly surface air temperature deviation north of o N in relation to the average for the period Warm colours indicates areas with higher temperature than the average, while blue colours indicate lower than average temperatures. Elmer E Rasmuson Library Search the Library Catalog to find books and other materials e.g musical scores, maps, video, UAF dissertations, media equipment everything but articles at UAF libraries and other Alaskan libraries Easy Make Learn Projects Animal Habitats Learning about the world s habitats is fun and engaging with these interactive mini books and manipulatives Simple text and realistic art offer children a glimpse into coral reefs, deserts, caves, rain forests, and , and give them an understanding of how The Strange Lives of Polar Dinosaurs History Smithsonian This part of the coast, known as Flat Rocks, is near the resort town of Inverloch, about a two hour drive southeast of Melbourne through farms and woodland parched by than a decade of drought.