Authors use public growing interest to the theme on changes of Arctic’s digital color to show them that today’s journalism changes its color too to turns it to ‘yellow’: they simply cite each other instead of attempts to discover new or respective unique sources of information using primary address. There is a new phenomenon which we have observed: Russian speaking journalists produce and multiply science-like covers. The post contains useful links to original good articles about RS-based modelling and about changes of the environment in Arctic…
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