2010

A Little Less Arctic

Top Predators in the World’s Largest Northern Inland Sea, Hudson Bay

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ISBN: 978-90-481-9120-8 (Print) 978-90-481-9121-5 (Online)

Table of contents (14 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvi

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    Pages 1-38

    The Ocean-Sea Ice-Atmosphere System of the Hudson Bay Complex

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    Pages 39-52

    Changing Sea Ice Conditions in Hudson Bay, 1980–2005

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    Pages 53-70

    Importance of Eating Capelin: Unique Dietary Habits of Hudson Bay Beluga

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    Pages 71-92

    Migration Route and Seasonal Home Range of the Northern Hudson Bay Narwhal (Monodon monoceros)

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    Pages 93-116

    Polar Bear Ecology and Management in Hudson Bay in the Face of Climate Change

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    Pages 117-136

    The Rise of Killer Whales as a Major Arctic Predator

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    Pages 137-158

    Hudson Bay Ringed Seal: Ecology in a Warming Climate

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    Pages 159-177

    Past, Present, and Future for Bowhead Whales (Balaena mysticetus) in Northwest Hudson Bay

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    Pages 179-195

    Effects of Climate Change, Altered Sea-Ice Distribution and Seasonal Phenology on Marine Birds

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    Pages 197-216

    Temporal Trends in Beluga, Narwhal and Walrus Mercury Levels: Links to Climate Change

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    Pages 217-236

    Hudson Bay Ecosystem: Past, Present, and Future

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    Pages 237-265

    Population Genetics of Hudson Bay Marine Mammals: Current Knowledge and Future Risks

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    Pages 267-289

    Understanding and Managing Wildlife in Hudson Bay Under a Changing Climate: Some Recent Contributions From Inuit and Cree Ecological Knowledge

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    Pages 291-304

    The Future of Hudson Bay: New Directions and Research Needs

  16. Back Matter

    Pages 305-308