Wildlife response to environmental Arctic change [electronic resource] : predicting future habitats of Arctic Alaska : report from the Wildlife Response to Environmental Arctic Change (WildREACH), Predicting Future Habitats of Arctic Alaska Workshop, 17-18 November 2008, Westmark Hotel, Fairbanks, Alaska / authors, Philip D. Martin [and others].
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Title from title page (viewed Nov. 12, 2009).
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This identifies the priority research, modeling, and synthesis activities needed to predict climate-related impacts to fish and wildlife populations in the North Slope of Alaska.