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Ecosystems Mission Area Research

Welcome to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Web page for the Ecosystems Mission Area Research in Alaska.

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Female polar bear in the San Diego Zoo fitted with Accelerometer CollarPhoto of a sea otterMap of the study area in the Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska, showing the location of the 6 study plots.Photo of a polar bear.Adult Female Walruses on Ice Floe with YoungCaribou running on the tundra - photo by Brian Uher-Koch, USGSBoreal forest on the Seward PeninsulaChinook salmon from Washington State
Captive and Wild Polar Bears Help Scientists Understand Response to Sea Ice Loss in Alaska? … Read More
New Book on Sea Otter Conservation … Read More
Vital Tools for Effective Wildlife Management and Conservation of Boreal Waterbirds … Read More
Southern Beaufort Sea Polar Bear Population Declined in the 2000s … Read More
Pacific Walrus Population Study Reveals a Long-term Decline … Read More
USGS Changing Arctic Ecosystems - Forecasting Effects of Fire on Winter Distribution of Caribou … Read More
USGS Changing Arctic Ecosystem - Publication Develops Methods for Quantifying Species Responses … Read More
Publication Extends Use of Genetics in Quantitative Ecology … Read More

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