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Pan-Arctic Passive Acoustic Monitoring

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CBMP terrestrial monitoring

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Arctic Biodiversity Assessment (ABA)

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Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment AMSA 2C

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RT @Emily_S_Choy: 8) This paper was a collaborative effort among members of the @ArcticScope project @mcgillu @UQAR @UWindsor. I would like…
RT @Emily_S_Choy: 7) No birds were able to efficiently dissipate heat. Not only did ECE (EHL/MHP) decrease with increasing body mass, but t…
RT @Emily_S_Choy: 6) Murres demonstrated limited heat tolerance, with the lowest evaporative cooling efficiency (ECE) ever reported in bird…
RT @Emily_S_Choy: 5) Murres increased evaporative water loss (EWL) rates at 21.2°C. The evaporative scope (max EWL/min EWL) of murres was l…
RT @Emily_S_Choy: 4) We found murres increased their body temperatures at an air temperature of 33.7°C. The mean maximum (41.4°C) body temp…
RT @Emily_S_Choy: 3) There has been no research to link #warming temperatures to #heat stress in #murres, & Arctic birds in general. Using…

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