What is the jobs in svalbard?
Most people in Svalbard either work in the mining industry, the tourism industry or doing research at the University. There are also jobs in some shops & bars.
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The capital city of Svalbard (archipelago in Norway) is the town of Longyearbyen. (pop. 2000)
Svalbard is located far north of the ARCTIC circle about 600 miles from the north pole. it is in Norway territory and u can fly from oslo or tromso. it is at the north east of… Greenland and almost due north of Norway longyearbyen is the capital of spitsbergen which is 1 of 3 islands to make up the svalbard islands. inhabitants is about 2000+
it is about 61,020 squared kilo-miles
1) Coal Mining 2) Research/University Activities 3) Tourism That's about it.
Svalbard is (in my opinion) an amazing place. Why? Well because it holds so many features in which are extraordinary such as, Northern lights, Seed vault and painted houses. I…t is also very cold (Because it is inside the Arctic Circle) Hope that helped :)
Svalbard uses the Norwegion Krone.
The Snow Glaciers Fjords Wild Animals Northern Lights Midnight Sun Ghost towns mines
Svalbard is a part of Norway.
There are no trains in Svalbard.
Svalbard is in Europe.
Svalbard is extremely cold the max tempreature is 5 degrees and the lowest is -17 degrees.
61,022 km 2 23,561 sq mi
Svalbard is important because the snw is melting and we need to help all the animals in danger
Normal people like you and me. But they just live in a cold isolated place. I Longyearbyen (capital) they have a small supermarket to source the whole town/city. Further into …the vicious north and more isolated parts inuits live. The people there are just like us.
Some cruises of the Norwegian coast go to Svalbard, however the safest and cheapest method is a flight from Tromso to the one public airport on the island which is in Longyear…byen, this flight goes about once a day, flights from Tromso to the Norwegian capital Oslo are far more regular. There are a number of restrictions in Svalbard about where you are allowed to be, much of the island is reserve, not to mention dangerous, it is against the law to leave the town area of Longyearbyen without a method of defence against polar bears.