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This unique resource explores the unique environment of the Arctic, as well as the traditional Inuit value of environmental stewardship. It introduces and explores the subject of ecology and environmental issues from a Northern perspective. Ecological concepts such as trophic levels, symbiosis, population dynamics, biomes, and more are explained using Arctic examples.Throughout the book, Arctic case studies are presented to reinforce the concepts and issues discussed.
This text combines the experience of field ecologists, Nunavut Arctic College faculty, and Northern science educators to create a culturally relevant publication focused on the Arctic environment and Northern issues. Arctic Ecology and Environmental Stewardship supports the teaching of ecological studies, environmental issues, science, and critical thinking skills.
Jordan Hoffman is the author of Avatimik Kamattiarniq: Arctic Ecology and Environmental Stewardship.