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July-August 2014

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Although it is the smallest of Canada's three territories in physical area, Yukon contains a tremendously varied patchwork of landscapes within its 186,000 square miles. At its northern extremity, Yukon's coastal plain meets the Beaufort Sea with sweeps of tundra, glimmering ponds, polygonal ice wedges, isolated pingos, barrier islands, and bulbous river deltas.

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