Please see p.viii of this e-book for a pretty good map showing the Vilkitsky Strait in North western central Siberia from an Arctic perspective.
"X" is approximately where the North Pole was in Ellesmere Island, Far North Canada around 100 years ago as compared to the above m.friendfeed map:
"+" Vilkitsky Strait is below this... +
"Magnetic north has migrated more than 1,500 kilometres over the past century," said Conall Mac Niocaill, an earth scientist at Oxford University. "In the past 150 years, the strength of the magnetic field has lessened by 10 percent, which could indicate a reversal is on the cards."http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/10/03/us-science-earth-magneticfield-idUSBRE8920X620121003
"... Ever since the magnetic north pole was first discovered in 1831, geologists have been tracking its progress. Unlike true north (which is marked by the Earth's axis), magnetic north is constantly on the move due to changes in the planet's molten core, which contains iron. Throughout most of recorded history, the pole has been positioned at or around Canada's icy Ellesmere Island, but if it keeps moving at its current rate, it won't be long before it sits above Russia instead..."
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The latest (July) video below by the UFG had me welling up in a couple of place... "Against the odds" these guys are still GOING ON. They're amazing... What a fantastic initiative. Let's replicate these systems all over the world : ) <3