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  • Mass balance of the Greenland Ice Sheet from 1992 to

    2019-12-10 · The ice sheet was close to a state of balance in the 1990s, but annual losses have risen since then, peaking at 345 ± 66 billion tonnes per year in 2011. In all, Greenland lost 3,902 ± 342

    Rebuilding beluga stocks in West Greenland

    areas of West Greenland in October–November and remain in the area through April. They spend the summer in the Cana-dian high Arctic around Somerset Island (Innes et al., 2002; Fig. 1). Only one segment of the beluga aggregation near Som-erset Island moves to West Greenland in the winter (Heide-Jørgensen et al., 2003).

    Rebuilding beluga stocks in West Greenland Heide

    2016-11-11 · Only one segment of the beluga aggregation near Somerset Island moves to West Greenland in the winter (Heide‐Jørgensen et al., 2003). The rest winters in the North Water region in northern Baffin Bay (Heide‐Jørgensen et al ., 2016 ) and therefore abundance estimates from Somerset Island (e.g. Innes et al ., 2002 ) are not directly

    (PDF) Seabirds in the central North Atlantic,

    Greenland and Ponta Delgada on the Azores, Portugal, (Fig. 1) on leg 4 of the Danish Galathea 3 expedition on the naval ship HDMS Vædderen,a 368-foot frigate.

    Delft University of Technology Observation of the

    Fig.1 The territory of Greenland is panelized into 28 mascons, which are aggregated into five drainage systems. In addition, 9 mascons outside Greenland are defined to account for possible mass variations there. Red stars denote the glaciers considered in the estimation of

    An important late summer aggregation of fin whales

    2014-8-7 · The distribution at sea of upper trophic levels—seabirds and marine mammals—is depending on their food availability: high concentrations reflect high prey abundance and thus high biological production. Polar marine ecosystems are characterized by low biodiversity and high biological patchiness. The distribution of predators, as a consequence, shows a similar patchiness. During two

    Abundance of fin whales in West Greenland in 2007

    Abundance of fin whales in West Greenland in 2007 M.P. HEIDE-JØRGENSEN*, K.L. LAIDRE*+, M. SIMON*, M.L. BURT$, D.L. BORCHERS$ AND M. RASMUSSEN# Contact e-mail: [email protected] ABSTRACT An aerial line transect survey of fin whales (Balaenoptera physalus) conducted off West Greenland in 2007 was used to estimate the currentabundance of fin whales on the summer feeding

    On Ecological Fallacy and Assessment Errors Stemming

    2017-5-5 · evenly across the study area (see small black dots in Fig. 1 c-e). Suppose that individual correlations, estimated during the first stage of the analysis, were found to be statistically significant. The same (or similar) relationships are likely to emerge under the aggregation scheme featured in Fig. 1a. According to this scheme, the aver-

    Aggregation of clay in six New Zealand soil types as

    1986-7-1 · Many investigations of the causes of aggregation have previously used this approach (e.g. Clapp and Emerson, 1965; Hamblin and Greenland, 1977). All soils in our study were sampled under either native tussock or intro- duced pasture, and only surface layers were used.

    (PDF) Abundance of fin whales in West Greenland in

    Sei whales, Balaenoptera borealis, were frequently encountered in the same areas as the fin whale, but the estimated abundance in East Greenland (763, 95 % CI 236-2465) was lower than in West