Snow cover can affect the Arctic sea-ice system in different ways. Here authors study the relationship between cyclone activity and the seasonal build-up of snow on Arctic sea ice at a multi-decadal and basin-wide scale and find that 44% of the...
Ian Stirling (PhD) began studying polar bears in the 1970’s and is now recognized as a world wide authority.
Working with then grad-student Andrew Derocher, now also recognized as a worldwide polar bear expert, in the 1990’s they were the first...
Opinion: Dr. Susan Crockford describes her expulsion from the University of Victoria as ‘an academic hanging without a trial, conducted behind closed doors’
Andrew DerocherPolar bear "expert" no longer an adjunct professor. No surprise to anyone who knows anything about #polarbears. bit.ly/2MJARYM Adjunct renewals are based on 100% on performance (e.g., involvement with grad students, listing university on publications, collaborations). pic.twitter.com/q7DXowV8bz
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(Updated on Sept. 26 at 1:30 p.m.) CAMBRIDGE BAY—The Government of Nunavut has approved a new polar bear management plan. That was the news from the
Andrew DerocherNunavut's new #polarbear management plan shifts from decades of sex-selective harvest. Now 50% female is OK. Cubs are 1/2 a bear in quota. Past harvest plan was predicated on 4.5% yield with 2:1 males:females. Scientific basis is unclear. bit.ly/2m00yuHpic.twitter.com/wEY8MgH9bQ