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Polar Bears: Shift in Habitat in the Beaufort Sea Region

  • January 27, 2010 7:50 pm

I just came across a posting from e! Science News that I felt was worth noting. There are so many articles out there about climate change, shrinking ice in the polar regions, polar bears as poster children for endangered species and global warming…
It seems clear to me after reading this article that refers to a long term study ( 27 years ) by U.S. government Minerals Management Services in the Beaufort Sea area that there is a definite change in polar bear habitat. With this change comes an increase in human – polar bear contact. Shrinking ice ( polar bears preferred habitat ) means increased sightings of bears in water and on land and near people. This is definitely NOT good news for polar bears!
Please read this article and search more on the subject if this interests/concerns you at all. It sure concerns me. Polar bear – human contact to me equals more polar bears being killed…

© Anouk Bikkers 2010

Smart, Thought Provoking Graphics from the WWF About Climate Change

  • December 29, 2009 11:33 am

Well, this has to go under the category of “Darn! Why didn’t I think of that” ?! The World Wildlife Fund is offering a collection of great graphics about climate change dreamed up by various artists. You can download them, use them on t shirts, on your desktop, etc. I’m a big believer in the notion that a picture says a thousand words – these definitely make you think!
Check out the site click HERE

Happy Monday! :)

  • November 16, 2009 4:00 pm


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