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- Laidre, Kristin L.; Stern, Harry; Kovacs, Kit M.; Lowry, Lloyd; Moore, Sue E.; Regehr, Eric V.; Ferguson, Steven H.; Wiig, Øystein; Boveng, Peter; Angliss, Robyn P.; Born, Erik W.; Litovka, Dennis; Quakenbush, Lori; Lydersen, Christian; Vongraven, Dag; Ugarte, Fernando
- Conservation biology 2015 v.29 no.3 pp. 724-737
- collaborative management, etc ; climate change; habitat destruction; habitats; humans; ice; laws and regulations; marine mammals; monitoring; phenology; protected species; remote sensing; species diversity; spring; summer; temporal variation; Arctic region; Barents Sea; Bering Sea; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Arctic marine mammals (AMMs) are icons of climate change, largely because of their close association with sea ice. However, neither a circumpolar assessment of AMM status nor a standardized metric of sea ice habitat change is available. We summarized available data on abundance and trend for each AMM species and recognized subpopulation. We also examined species diversity, the extent of human use, ...
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