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Worldwide distribution of the six recognized subspecies of the red knot Worldwide distribution of the six recognized subspecies of the red knot

redknotmigration

Worldwide distribution of the six recognized subspecies of the red knot [2]. All breeding areas (dark purple shading) are on high Arctic tundra where adults spend June–July. After their long-distance migrations, they spend the non-breeding season (August–May) mainly in intertidal, soft-sediment habitats (red dots, which are scaled according to population size).

 

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Graphics: Hugo Ahlenius

The distribution of thick-billed and common murre colonies in the North. The distribution of thick-billed and common murre colonies in the North.

murremap

The distribution of thick-billed and common murre colonies in the North.

 

ZIP file includes 3 datasets:

1. Shapefile of Common Murre distribution

2. Shapefile of Thickbilled Murre distribution

3. Image file of Murres distribution

 

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Graphics: Hugo Ahlenius

Breeding and wintering range of common eiders in the circumpolar region (not all southern breeding areas included) Breeding and wintering range of common eiders in the circumpolar region (not all southern breeding areas included)

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Breeding and wintering range of common eiders in the circumpolar region (not all southern breeding areas included)

 

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Graphics: Hugo Ahlenius

Changes in murre populations since 1975 by region and ‘decade’ Changes in murre populations since 1975 by region and ‘decade’

murretrends

Changes in murre populations since 1975 by region and ‘decade’ (as defined by regime shifts in the Pacific Decadal Oscillation). Green indicates positive population trends, yellow indicates stable populations, and red indicates negative population trends.

 

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Annual rates of population change of individual murre colonies during 12 years after the 1977 climatic regime shift in the North Pacific and during 9 years after the 1989 shift, Annual rates of population change of individual murre colonies during 12 years after the 1977 climatic regime shift in the North Pacific and during 9 years after the 1989 shift,

murrechart

Annual rates of population change of individual murre colonies during 12 years after the 1977 climatic regime shift in the North Pacific and during 9 years after the 1989 shift, in relation to changes in sea surface temperatures around the colonies from one decadal regime to the next. Population data are from 32 U. aalge and 21 U. lomvia colonies, encompassing the entire circumpolar region. Ten sites supported both species, so 43 different study areas were represented.

 

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1. Excel file

2. Image file

 

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i.e. Arctic Biodiversity Trends 2010.

The distribution of languages and language families in the Arctic. The distribution of languages and language families in the Arctic.

ABA 2013 20 01 Map DistributionLanguages

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013.

The distribution of languages and language families in the Arctic.

 

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.


UNESCO Interactive Atlas of the Worlds Languages in Danger 2012. http://www.unesco.org/culture/languages-atlas/ [accessed 14 December 2012]


UNESCO 2012. Endangered languages of Indigenous peoples of Siberia. http://lingsib.iea.ras.ru/en/ [accessed 14 December 2012]

Estimated change in proportion of speakers for 44 Arctic languages between 1989–2006. Estimated change in proportion of speakers for 44 Arctic languages between 1989–2006.

linguistics speakerschart

Estimated change in proportion of speakers for 44 Arctic languages between 1989–2006.

 

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Note on information sources: Data used to compile the information for this analysis, came from a wide variety of sources both official and academic. Each of the CAFF countries where possible provided statistical information. The Indigenous Peoples organisations (Permanent Participants to the Arctic Council) provided information and further to these sources academic publications were utilised.

Vitality of Arctic languages as classified by UNESCO. Vitality of Arctic languages as classified by UNESCO.

linguistics vitality

Vitality of Arctic languages as classified by UNESCO.

 

ZIP file includes 2 files:

1. Excel file

2. Image file

 

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1) Stotts, J., Chair of the Inuit Circumpolar Council, pers.comm. 2010.

ABA 2013. Appendix 3.1 ABA 2013. Appendix 3.1

ABA Appendix 3 1

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013. Appendix 3.1 Terrestrial Mammals.

 

 

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

ABA 2013. Appendix 3.2 ABA 2013. Appendix 3.2

ABA Appendix 3 2

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013.

Appendix 3.2 Marine Mammals

 

 

 

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

ABA 2013. Appendix 4.1 ABA 2013. Appendix 4.1

ABA Appendix 4 1

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013.

Appendix 4.1 Breeding bird species in the different geographic zones of the low and high Arctic.

 

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

ABA 2013. Appendix 9.1 ABA 2013. Appendix 9.1

ABA Appendix 9 1

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013.

Appendix 9.1

List of all Arctic vascular plant species (with PAF code number) and their distribution in the 21 Arctic floristic provinces and 5 subzones based on Elven (2007).

 

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

ABA 2013. Appendix 9.2 ABA 2013. Appendix 9.2

ABA Appendix 9 2

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013.

Appendix 9.2

The 106 Arctic endemic vascular plant species (with PAF code number) and their distribution in the Arctic floristic provinces and subzones (A-E) compiled from Elven (2007). 

 

 

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

ABA 2013. Appendix 9.3 ABA 2013. Appendix 9.3

ABA Appendix 9 3

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013.

Appendix 9.3

Borderline vascular plant species (“b”) with indication of PAF code number, reaching the southernmost part of the Arctic subzone E. Arctic floristic provinces, subzones (A-E), neighbouring boreal or boreo-alpine zone (N) derived from Elven (2007).

 

 

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

ABA 2013. Appendix 9.4 ABA 2013. Appendix 9.4

ABA Appendix 9 4

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013.

Appendix 9.4

Stabilized introductions (*) and casual introductions (**) among the vascular plants in the Arctic derived from Elven (2007) with indication of PAF code number. Arctic floristic provinces and subzones according to Elven (2007). Species ordered by the number of floristic provinces where the species occurs. 

 

 

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

ABA 2013. Appendix 9.5 ABA 2013. Appendix 9.5

ABA Appendix 9 5

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013.

Appendix 9.5

The assignment of liverwort genera of Arctic Russia to families after Konstantinova et al. (2009) and Damsholt (2002). Differences in family classification highlighted in violet. Species-rich families are highlighted in grey.

 

 

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

ABA 2013. Appendix 9.6 ABA 2013. Appendix 9.6

ABA Appendix 9 6

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013.

Appendix 9.6

Species list of liverworts of Svalbard (Frisvoll & Elvebakk 1996) with nomenclature of families after Damsholt (2002). Species-rich families are highlighted in grey.

 

 

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

ABA 2013. Appendix 9.7 ABA 2013. Appendix 9.7

ABA Appendix 9 7

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013.

Appendix 9.7

Species list with full names of liverworts of Greenland according to Damsholt (2010, unpublished) including 22 families, 50 genera and 173 species.

 

 

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

ABA 2013. Appendix 9.8 ABA 2013. Appendix 9.8

ABA Appendix 9 8

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013.

Appendix 9.8

The thirty moss families of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago with reference number (Ireland et al. 1987) in brackets. Number of species in each family, number of genera in family, and number of species in each genera are given.Species-rich genera and families are highlighted in grey.

 

 

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

ABA 2013. Appendix 10.2 ABA 2013. Appendix 10.2

ABA Appendix 10

Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA) 2013.

Appendix 10.2

Data on diversity of lichens and lichenicolous fungi in the Arctic and separately for the sectors of the Arctic (Beringia, Canada, North Atlantic, European Russia, W and E Siberia) and the single floristic provinces: numbers of species, numbers of species in the low and high Arctic, percentage of species with respective growth form (crustose, squamulose, foliose, fruticose), the estimated number of missing crustose lichen species (explanations below), percentage of species on the respective substrate on which the lichen species grow, and rarity of species within and outside the Arctic.

 

 

Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF)

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Meltofte, H. (ed.) 2013. Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. Status and trends in Arctic biodiversity. Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna, Akureyri.

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