Translation of polar in Spanish:


polar, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈpoʊlər//ˈpəʊlə/


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    Geography Astronomy
    polar expedition expedición al polo feminine
    • polar ice cap casquete polar
    • On land, giant reservoirs holding saline water could be built to offset the rise in sea levels caused by the melting of the polar ice-caps.
    • The early Permian saw the continuation of the Carboniferous biomes, with polar tundra regions and warm wet tropical swamp forests.
    • In the northern hemisphere the polar region is an ocean basin which is almost completely enclosed by surrounding major land masses.
    • Increasing temperatures are gradually melting the polar ice caps at the north and south pole exposing us all to the devastating consequences of widespread flooding, over huge continents and not just in one local area.
    • Most North American cities will flood and sink when the polar ice caps melt and raise ocean levels.
    • Scientists will also dig into the puzzling asymmetry in the Sun's magnetism that was discovered by Ulysses during the first polar passes.
    • There were no polar ice caps or continental glaciation.
    • There's evidence that the north polar ice cap melted 40 percent in just this century.
    • Northern Pakistan also boasts some of the longest glaciers outside the polar region.
    • Boston thinks the bots could also tackle challenging surface terrain on the red planet, including polar ice caps riddled with fissures.
    • The most dramatic effect would be an increase in sea levels due to melting of the polar ice caps causing many low-lying costal areas to flood.
    • In mid December, the dog teams turned back, leaving the rest to face the ascent of the Beardmore Glacier and the polar plateau.
    • It warns of adverse consequences such as the melting of glaciers and polar icecaps, leading to rising sea levels.
    • Based on growing evidence that climate shifts in the past have taken place with breathtaking speed, based on the freshening of sea water due to accelerated melting of glaciers and the polar ice caps.
    • Also there are areas at higher elevation on the rim of polar craters that see the Sun more than half of the time.
    • However, there may be water locked in permafrost in some deep polar craters.
    • This means that its equatorial radius would be 40 kilometers greater than the polar radius.
    • And also things like what's happening to the glaciers and the different mountain regions or the polar ice caps or ocean temperatures.
    • Then, in early January, it made a series of planned manoeuvres to change its equatorial orbit to a polar one, to prepare for its scientific mission and to make contact with Beagle 2.
    • Remote echographic diagnostics also have a role to play in remote and emergency situations such as in many parts of the third world, the polar regions and at sea.
    • Pipits and wagtails can be found in a variety of habitats from temperate to tropical and polar regions.
    • The eternal droughts and continental erosion and melting polar ice caps, that's what you call your collateral damage.
    • Their preferred habitat is the annual sea ice over the continental shelf and inter-island archipelagos that encircle the polar basin.
    • The polar ice caps have expanded, the sea-level has fallen, and a new plant has made its appearance: grass.
    • Glaciers, permafrost and polar ice caps are melting, and droughts, floods and more extreme storms are occurring more frequently in many parts of the world.
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    they are polar opposites son polos opuestos