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08/26/2010 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Walrus, Climate Change, Changing Arctic Sea Ice, Alaska Native Perspectives on Climate Change, Traditional Knowledge, Bering Sea, Arctic Ocean
Walrus, walrus hunters, and the study of sea ice is the focus of a [[LINK||http:// ||New York Times Climate Wire story|||| target=']] by Lauren Morello that portrays the long-term dependence of Yupik and Inupiat hunters on the Pacific walrus for the meat, bone tools, skins to cover boats, gutskin clothing, clothing in the context of a rapidly-warming Arctic which is changing the icescape upon which both walruses and people depend. The behavior of sea ice is no longer predictable.  MORE >>

07/23/2010 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Arctic Ocean, communicating, The Bering Sea & the Aleutian Islands, Alaska Marine Ecosystem, Marine Ecosystem science
Research updates on projects being worked on for the 2010 Field Season  MORE >>

02/01/2010 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Climate Change, Bering Sea, Changing Alaska Marine Ecosystems, Changing Arctic Sea Ice, Changes in Ocean Current Systems, Ocean Acidification, Humpback Whales, Herring
The evidence of climate change presented for Alaska's seas at the 2010 AMSS included effects of both warmer years than on average and colder years than on average as well as evidence that different areas and species will respond differently to climate change.  MORE >>

02/01/2010 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Climate Change, Ocean Acidification, Carbon Cycling, Herring, Alaska Marine Ecosystems, Bering Sea, Gulf of Alaska, Arctic Ocean
A research team at the NOAA NMFS Auke Bay Lab explored the physiological effects of acidification on marine fishes with an experiment to determine the effects of lowered pH on survival and growth of Pacific herring embryos.  MORE >>

02/01/2010 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Climate Change, Red Algae, Gulf of Alaska, Bering Sea, Changing Ocean Current Patterns, Alaska Marine Ecosystems
University of Toronto graduate student Phoebe Chan won an award at the Alaska Marine Science Symposium for one of the best student presentations for the story told to her by the growth rings laid down by coralline red algae.  MORE >>

11/02/2009 | Marilyn Sigman, Alaska SeaGrant/MAP
Tags: Arctic Ocean, Bering Sea, Temperature Patterns,Communicating about Climate Change,Changing Arctic Sea Ice,
Summaries fo the findings by NOAA on the condition of the Arctic  MORE >>