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Predator and Prey, Past, Present, and Projected: Modelling Polar Bears and Ringed Seals in a Dynamic ArcticDownload
Climate change is causing the Arctic to warm faster than anywhere else on earth. The projected effects of a warmer Arctic include changes in population dynamics and distributions, biodiversity, food web structure, and ecosystem services. Our ability to successfully monitor ecological changes and...
Using spatial autocorrelation to quantify the effects of sea ice fragmentation on polar bear movement in Hudson BayDownload
Habitat fragmentation occurs when continuous habitat gets broken up as a result of ecosystem change. While commonly studied in terrestrial ecosystems, Arctic sea ice ecosystems also experience fragmentation, but are rarely studied in this context. Most fragmentation analyses are conducted using...