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A satellite image of James Bay in summer.

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Sofia Geisler was appointed executive director of Oceans North Kalaallit Nunaat in June 2022.

Floe Edge Blog

New Leader of Oceans North Kalaallit Nunaat Brings Diverse Background

The new leader of Oceans North Kalaallit Nunaat in Greenland brings diverse background in politics, journalism and administration.
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Researchers' tent set up near water sampling site for Arctic char study.

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New Nunavut Water Monitoring Project Studies Habitat of Arctic Char

A new water monitoring study in Nunavut will help measure the impacts of climate change on the habitat of Arctic char.
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The largest summering population of beluga whales is found in Hudson Bay.

Floe Edge Blog

Pristine Seas Expedition: The Beluga Estuaries of Western Hudson Bay

About one-third of the world’s belugas migrate each summer to the Churchill, Nelson and Seal rivers to give birth and raise their calves.
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A pair of walrus sit on an ice floe near Southampton Island.

Floe Edge Blog

What Do We Know about the Atlantic Walrus?

Despite an abundance of Inuit knowledge on Atlantic walrus, many gaps remain about the species in published data.
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The Torngat Mountains in Nunatsiavut.

Travel Story

Pristine Seas Expedition: Nunatsiavut

The mix of Arctic and Atlantic creates a productive habitat for whales, polar bears and many other species
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Showcase

Why Are Sperm Whales Moving North?

In the waters near Pond Inlet, Nunavut, the soundscape tells the story of a changing Arctic.