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‘Why Less Summer Ice Increases Bear Populations’


Why Less Summer Ice Increases Bear Populations

Guest essay by Jim Steel, Director Emeritus, San Fransisco State University “Annual primary production in the Arctic has increased yearly … Should these trends continue, additional loss of ice during Arctic spring could boost productivity >3-fold above 1998–2002 levels” 1  -Dr. Kevin Arrigo, Stanford University While the Inuit argue it is the time of the […]

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