Arctic Biodiversity Assessment

Donald G. Reid, Dominique Berteaux and Kristin L. Laidre


Recommended citation

Donald G. Reid, Dominique Berteaux and Kristin L. Laidre (2013). Arctic Biodiversity Assessment. AMAP. https://wedocs.unep.org/handle/20.500.11822/8668

Donald Reid

Donald Reid

Emeritus Scientist

The Unseen Threat: Noise in the Arctic Marine Environment

The Unseen Threat: Noise in the Arctic Marine Environment

Increasing levels of underwater noise threaten Arctic whales, seals, fish and other species. A new report offers an opportunity for Arctic nations to lead on the issue.

Wild species’ survival should shape National Biodiversity Strategy

Wild species’ survival should shape National Biodiversity Strategy

In Montreal in 2022, Canada committed to halt and reverse nature loss by 2030. The federal government is developing a National Biodiversity Strategy, due later this year, to outline how this commitment can be achieved. Such a strategy is direly needed.
Daniel Kraus

A tiny gem hidden on a High Arctic island takes the spotlight

A tiny gem hidden on a High Arctic island takes the spotlight

In a steep gully at the head of a fiord on Ellesmere Island grows a moss that forms small brilliant green colonies that have a distinctive “sparkly” appearance.