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Interactions of the Arctic Fox and Sea Ice in a Changing Arctic Ecosystem

Alopex lagopus is a mammal that lives above the Arctic Circle. It has a varied diet and will scavenge for food opportunistically. In the winter time it primarily scavenges polar bear kills on sea ice. One problem affecting Alopex lagopus is the Arctic sea ice has been decreasing extent, thickness, and length of season.

Coastal Resilience from Marine Debris on Montague Island

Marine debris is an increasing global problem in the oceans and along Alaska’s coastline. Marine debris is any man made item that gets put into the sea. Some sources of marine debris include tsunamis, windblown from shores, deliberate or accidental garbage disposal into the sea, and improperly secured or disposed of refuge such as derelict fishing gear.

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Coastal Resilience from Marine Debris on Montague Island

Marine debris is an increasing global problem in the oceans and along Alaska’s coastline. Marine debris is any man made item that gets put into the sea. Some sources of marine debris include tsunamis, windblown from shores, deliberate or accidental garbage disposal into the sea, and improperly secured or disposed of refuge such as derelict fishing gear.

Interactions of the Arctic Fox and Sea Ice in a Changing Arctic Ecosystem

Alopex lagopus is a mammal that lives above the Arctic Circle. It has a varied diet and will scavenge for food opportunistically. In the winter time it primarily scavenges polar bear kills on sea ice. One problem affecting Alopex lagopus is the Arctic sea ice has been decreasing extent, thickness, and length of season.

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Interactions of the Arctic Fox and Sea Ice in a Changing Arctic Ecosystem

Alopex lagopus is a mammal that lives above the Arctic Circle. It has a varied diet and will scavenge for food opportunistically. In the winter time it primarily scavenges polar bear kills on sea ice. One problem affecting Alopex lagopus is the Arctic sea ice has been decreasing extent, thickness, and length of season.

Coastal Resilience from Marine Debris on Montague Island

Marine debris is an increasing global problem in the oceans and along Alaska’s coastline. Marine debris is any man made item that gets put into the sea. Some sources of marine debris include tsunamis, windblown from shores, deliberate or accidental garbage disposal into the sea, and improperly secured or disposed of refuge such as derelict fishing gear.

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