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Arctic flora and fauna

Arctic flora and fauna

status and conservation

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Published by Edita in Helsinki .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Report draws on the projects of the Program for the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF).

Statementlead author Henry P Huntington.
ContributionsHuntingdon, Henry P., Arctic Council. Program for the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna.
The Physical Object
Pagination272p. :
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16300530M
ISBN 109979947659


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The flora and fauna of the arctic tundra is controlled by cold temperatures and the northern latitude, which restricts the growing of many plants. The arctic tundra is famous for permafrost. Permafrost is a permanent layer of soil which remains below freezing point throughout the whole year.

ARCTIC FLORA While it may first appear that the Arctic supports very little vegetation and could be considered a polar desert, there’s actually plant life consistently present throughout the Arctic. Crustaceous lichens grow on exposed rock surfaces, and algae grows on permanent ice formations.

Larger plants can grow in rock crevices and even grow in patches of grass in plots. Arctic Flora and Fauna: Status and Conservation It observes that while much of the Arctic was in its natural state and that the impacts of human activity were relatively minor, individuals, species and ecosystems throughout the Arctic faced threats from many causes, and that the long-term consequencies of human impacts were unknown.

Sub-Arctic Flora and Fauna. Sub-Arctic Flora and Fauna. The Tromso area (Troms county) is characterised by a subarctic climate (also called subpolar climate or boreal climate) defined by its long, usually very cold winters, and short, cool to mild summers.

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This report draws on the diversity of projects that the Program for the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) has undertaken in its first decade, underscoring the need to address conservation on a circumpolar basis. What is the overall state of the Arctic environment. The aim of this report is to answer the many aspects of this seemingly straightforward question.

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Illustrated throughout with the amazing photography ofauthor Richard Sale and polar expert Per Michelson, it containsin-depth sections on the geology and geography of the area, climate,ecology, species diversity and biogeography, a review of the peoples /5(17). The Arctic tundra biome has had a brief but highly variable history of formation compared with other world biomes, culminating in the modern northern flora and fauna that collectively maintain.

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Many beings, however, stay in the tundra year round, such as the musk ox, and the Arctic hare (In the picture). Those animals have thick fur, or a nice, cozy place to live, and most of them are white, to blend in, and catch prey. The Arctic Flora of Canada and Alaska project aims to produce a new flora for all vascular plants in the Arctic ecozone in Canada and northern Alaska.

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This applies, for example, to American plaice, snakeblenny, lumpsucker and. A major contribution to our initial understanding of the origin, history and biogeography of the present‐day arctic flora was made by Eric Hultén in his landmark book Outline of the History of Arctic and Boreal Biota during the Quarternary Period, published in Here we review recent molecular and fossil evidence that has tested some of Hultén's by:   The definitive full-color field guide to Arctic wildlife The Arctic Guide presents the traveler and naturalist with a portable, authoritative guide to the flora and fauna of earth's northernmost region.

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Featuring superb color illustrations, this one-of-a-kind book covers the complete spectrum of wildlife—more than species of plants, fishes, butterflies, birds, and mammals—that inhabit the Arctic’s polar deserts, tundra, taiga, sea ice.

The Arctic Guide presents the traveler and naturalist with a portable, authoritative guide to the flora and fauna of earth's northernmost region. Featuring superb color illustrations, this one-of-a-kind book covers the complete spectrum of wildlife―more than species of plants, fishes, butterflies, birds, and mammals―that inhabit the Arctic’s polar deserts, tundra, taiga, sea ice, and /5(35).