SAMBR update 2020: Seabirds

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SAMBR Update 2020: marine mammals

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State of the Arctic Marine Biodiversity Report

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Marine mammals

Bowhead whale. Photo: Vicki Beaver Alaska Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries Service
Bowhead whale. Photo: Vicki Beaver, NOAA

 

Benthos

In situ Gorgonocephalus. Photo: Peter Bondo Christensen, Aarhus University
Gorgonocephalus. Photo: Peter Bondo Christensen, Aarhus University

 

Marine fishes

Polar cod. Photo: Peter Leopold, Norwegian Polar Institute
Polar cod. Photo: Peter Leopold, Norwegian Polar Institute

 

Seabirds

Eiders in polynya. Photo: Vicky Johnston, ECCC
Eiders in polynya. Photo: Vicky Johnston, ECCC

 

Plankton

Diatom Nitzschia frigida colony with cells in division. Photo: Michel Poulin, Canadian Museum of Nature
Nitzschia frigida Photo: Michel Poulin, Canadian Museum of Nature

 

Sea ice biota

Gammarus wilkitzkii Photo: Shawn Harper, UAF
Gammarus wilkitzkii Photo: Shawn Harper, UAF


Changes expected or underway in the High Arctic food web

expected or underway in the energy flow in the High Arctic marine environment.

High Arctic food web conventional conceptualization of energy flow

Conventional conceptualization of energy flow in the High Arctic marine environment.


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