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Little impact on Ambler road caribou

...a tenth of the Western Arctic Caribou Herd, Alaska's largest, uses the study area as its winter range, said study co-author Kyle Joly of the National Park Service. "That's why we're thinking it's not going to be a very large impact...
Study: Warming West Coast will send fish northward

...will be needed to follow them. Or else they may need to switch to different target species," Richard Brodeur, a study co-author and senior scientist with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, said in a statement."It may not...
Mild 2013 cuts Arctic a break, though warming woes remain

...the overall level are at all-time lows," said study co-author Michael Svoboda of the Canadian Wildlife Service...Virginia environmental scientist Howard Epstein, another study co-author, warned that changes in the Arctic reverberate around...
Study: Temperatures to go off the charts around 2047

...too late."Now is the time to act," said another study co-author, Ryan Longman.Mora, a biological geographer at...then more acidic than the old record, according to study co-author Abby Frazier.Of the species studied, coral reefs...
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Study says Arctic was once a lot like Miami

...Arctic, and man it was a big surprise to us," said study co-author Kathryn Moran, an oceanographer at the University...Ocean," said Yale geology professor Mark Pagani, a study co-author. He said it was probably a tropical paradise...
Scientists: It's not too late yet for polar bears

...given the pledges on the table, we don't come close to what these guys use in their hopeful scenario," he said. Study co-author Eric DeWeaver of the National Science Foundation called the scenarios he used "plausible." But DeWeaver and Amstrup...
Study: Gray whale comeback may be based on miscalculation

...What was assumed to be a thriving whale population actually is at times starving from a dwindling food supply, said study co-author Stephen Palumbi, a Stanford University marine sciences professor. And global warming is a chief suspect. Scientists...
Thawing permafrost gases to worsen warming

...Alaska Fairbanks professor Katey Walter Anthony, a study co-author, is shown setting leaking methane gas on fire them "drunken trees" - and roads to buckle. Study co-author F. Stuart Chapin III said when he first moved to...
Arctic animals doing better, but not close to pole

...there's winners and losers with rapid changes in the Arctic," said Mike Gill, a Canadian government researcher and study co-author. He's chairman of the international Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Program, which organized the study...


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