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Two belugas swim in the Seal River.

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Monitoring Change in Ulukhaktok

In a warming Arctic, community-led projects are responding to local concerns and advancing knowledge of marine ecosystems.
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Floe Edge Blog

How Indigenous Knowledge Helped Identify Walrus Haulouts in Northern Hudson Bay

Despite the Atlantic walrus’ huge size, information on where they spend their time has remained elusive.
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Seven Steps Toward Marine Conservation in 2022

As the year comes to a close, we highlight some significant developments over the last twelve months.
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Floe Edge Blog

Managing Fisheries in an Age of Climate Change: Northern Gulf Cod

This blog is part of a series on how to incorporate climate change into fisheries management. Click here to learn more and read an introduction to the project. The Atlantic cod fishery has shaped the lives of countless coastal...
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Floe Edge Blog

Managing Fisheries in an Age of Climate Change: Atlantic Mackerel

This blog is part of a series on how to incorporate climate change into fisheries management. Click here to learn more and read an introduction to the project. Atlantic mackerel are an important fish in our region. In the...
Floe Edge Blog

Pathways to Managing Fisheries in an Age of Climate Change

Culturally and economically, fisheries are hugely important to our country. Marine fisheries and fishing-related activities in Canada employed over 70,000 people in 2019, and landings were valued at $3.7 billion. However, climate change is creating an uncertain future for...