A little less Arctic : top predators in the world's largest northern inland sea, Hudson Bay /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Loseto, L.‏ 1978-‏, Mallory, M. L. 1965-, Ferguson, Steven H. 1956-‏
Format: Book
Published: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, c2010.
Online Access:Available online in full-text
Table of Contents:
  • D.B. Stewart and D.G. Barber
  • The ocean-sea ice-atmosphere system of the Hudson Bay complex
  • K. Hochheim, D.G. Barber, and J.V. Lukovich
  • Changing sea ice conditions in Hudson Bay, 1980-2005
  • T.C. Kelley, L.L. Loseto, R.E.A. Stewart, M. Yurowski, and S.H. Ferguson
  • Importance of eating capelin : unique dietary habits of Hudson Bay beluga
  • K.H. Westdal, P.R. Richard, and J.R. Orr
  • Migration route and seasonal home range of the northern Hudson Bay narwhal (Monodon monoceros)
  • E. Peacock, A.E. Derocher, N.J. Lunn, and M.E. Obbard
  • Polar bear ecology and management in Hudson Bay in the face of climate change
  • S.H. Ferguson, J.W. Higdon, and E.G. Chmelnitsky
  • The rise of killer whales as a major Arctic predator
  • M. Chambellant
  • Hudson Bay ringed seal : ecology in a warming climate
  • J.W. Higdon and S.H. Ferguson
  • Past, present, and future for bowhead whales (Balaena mysticetus) in northwest Hudson Bay
  • M.L. Mallory, A.J. Gaston, H.G. Gilchrist, G.J. Robertson, and B.M. Braune
  • Effects of climate change, altered sea-ice distribution and seasonal phenology on marine birds
  • A. Gaden and G.A. Stern
  • Temporal trends in beluga, narwhal and walrus mercury levels : links to climate change
  • C. Hoover
  • Hudson Bay ecosystem : past, present, and future
  • S.D. Petersen, M. Hainstock, and P.J. Wilson
  • Population genetics of Hudson Bay marine mammals : current knowledge and future risks
  • D. Henri, H.G. Gilchrist, and E. Peacock
  • Understanding and managing wildlife in Hudson Bay under a changing climate : some recent contributions from Inuit and Cree ecological knowledge
  • M.L. Mallory, L.L. Loseto, and S.H. Ferguson
  • The future of Hudson Bay : new directions and research needs