If anyone drills in the arctic, it will damage the nesting grounds of millions of migratory birds and the home range of other animals that live there. It will damage the ecosystem and kill many of the animals. I do NOT think ANYONE should drill in the arctic.
Don't know what the above answer is on about. Primarily the problems with drilling in the arctic is dealing with the enviroment, getting equipment and people to work efficiently in sub-zero temperatures, the terrain is often difficult to access and the ground is permafrost. But none of this is to serious an obstacle that cannot be over come.
If your talking about oil drilling, as far as I understand it, almost all new oil finds are being made off-shore with there being a big push for deep water drilling at the moment.
maybe we are checking it out
Pollution from mining and drilling for oil pollutes the air, lakes and rivers
Tundra. The arctic tundra in the summer and then they migrate to the Boreal Forest in the winter.
If you mean Arctic tundra then yes.
The arctic tundra has poor soil
The Danish territory of Greenland is in the Arctic Tundra. The Canadian territories of Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Yukon are in the Arctic Tundra.
north siberian plain
there arent any birds in the arctic tundra.
Arctic Tundra War you anus!
gilled mushrooms are a common fungi in the arctic tundra.
The arctic tundra, alpine tundra, and antarctic tundra.
The Arctic Tundra is present in North America, Europe, and Asia. The Arctic Tundra is a type of tundra present around the Arctic Ocean's coastline.