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Once the slick is gone: New tool helps scientists monitor chronic oil in Arctic wildlife

Science

Once the slick is gone: New tool helps scientists monitor chronic oil in Arctic wildlife

Conservation

Canada’s marine conservation toolbox needs an overhaul to counter climate change

Andrea Bryndum-Buchholz Postdoctoral Researcher, Memorial University of Newfoundland Kristina Boerder, Postdoctoral fellow in marine conservation, Dalhousie University

Conservation

Canada’s marine conservation toolbox needs an overhaul to counter climate change

Andrea Bryndum-Buchholz Postdoctoral Researcher, Memorial University of Newfoundland Kristina Boerder, Postdoctoral fellow in marine conservation, Dalhousie University

Science Conservation

Thawing permafrost is roiling the Arctic landscape, driven by a hidden world of changes beneath the surface as the climate warms

Mark J. Lara Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Science Conservation

Thawing permafrost is roiling the Arctic landscape, driven by a hidden world of changes beneath the surface as the climate warms

Mark J. Lara Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Science

Once the slick is gone: New tool helps scientists monitor chronic oil in Arctic wildlife

Science

Once the slick is gone: New tool helps scientists monitor chronic oil in Arctic wildlife

Conservation

Canada’s marine conservation toolbox needs an overhaul to counter climate change

Andrea Bryndum-Buchholz Postdoctoral Researcher, Memorial University of Newfoundland Kristina Boerder, Postdoctoral fellow in marine conservation, Dalhousie University

Conservation

Canada’s marine conservation toolbox needs an overhaul to counter climate change

Andrea Bryndum-Buchholz Postdoctoral Researcher, Memorial University of Newfoundland Kristina Boerder, Postdoctoral fellow in marine conservation, Dalhousie University

Science Conservation

Thawing permafrost is roiling the Arctic landscape, driven by a hidden world of changes beneath the surface as the climate warms

Mark J. Lara Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Science Conservation

Thawing permafrost is roiling the Arctic landscape, driven by a hidden world of changes beneath the surface as the climate warms

Mark J. Lara Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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