Number of pages: 308
Weight: 504 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 18 mm
Edition: 2010 ed.
From the reviews:
"Northern Canada's Hudson Bay stretches north into Arctic waters where climate change is proceeding most rapidly. This 14-chapter work covers the physical environment (sea ice), food chain (capelin), marine mammals (beluga, narwhal, polar bear, orca, bowhead, ringed seal, walrus), and seabirds. Climate change and sea ice change are a central theme throughout. ... Extensive references for each chapter; well illustrated. Summing Up: Recommended. Academic and professional collections, all levels." (J. Burger, Choice, Vol. 48 (6), February, 2011)
"A Little Less Arctic: Top Predators in the World's Largest Northern Inland Sea is an edited compendium of the state of various predators (e.g., killer whales, polar bears) in the Hudson Bay Complex ... . By providing a comprehensive overview of the current developments transpiring in the HBC, the book does provide senior undergraduates, graduate students and other individuals interested in this area with a good overview of the current ecological changes in the HBC." (Raynald Harvey Lemelin, Human Ecology, Vol. 39, 2011)
"This book is a diverse compendium of work from a multitude of scientists, examining various predatory species in the Arctic versus the effects of climate change and the history and projected future of the Hudson Bay. ... I very much enjoyed the papers presented in this book ... . recommend this book to anyone looking to learn about the current issues facing this unique setting, the flora and fauna contained therein, and the efforts of dedicated scientists to unravel the mysteries of a changing habitat." (Mike Pool, Aquatic Mammals, Vol. 39 (1), 2013)
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