Arctic loner: My life as a climate-change drama

February 13th, 2011

What an amazing life. The article also sheds light on how climate change is affecting the less charismatic species, like black guillemots. Birds have always played a surprising role in the polar bear’s diet, but in some places, that role is increasing due to loss of sea ice. Still, bears that live on seals cannot substitute small birds for the fat and nutrients they’d gain from seals.

Biologist George Divoky has spent 37 summers alone on an Arctic island studying wildlife – so what’s it like to have this portrayed on the London stage? Read the article: Arctic loner: My life as a climate-change drama – environment – 02 February 2011 – New Scientist

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