Access to broadband Internet connections has become a must for growing economies around the world as more and more commerce, communication and innovation occur online. Australia, long known for its highly educated and productive culture, is no exception. But the country’s geography creates a challenge in keeping its population at the leading edge of online connectivity.
The Timan-Pechora basin in Russia’s Arctic northwest offers vast oil and gas resources, as well as challenges for those looking to tap them. Weather conditions in this region are better suited for wildlife, like polar bears and wolves, than people. The temperature can drop to as low as minus 47 degrees F (minus 44 degrees Celsius), sea ice builds to over five-feet (170 cm) thick, and waves in the
nearby Barents Sea will top 16 feet (nearly five meters)
during a storm.
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