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Trends in the Dates of Ice Freeze-up and Breakup over Hudson Bay, Canada
Hudson Bay experiences a complete cryogenic cycle each year. Sea ice begins to form in late October, and the Bay is usually ice-free in early August. This seasonally varying ice cover plays anExpand
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Climate Change Scenarios for the Hudson Bay Region: An Intermodel Comparison
General circulation models (GCMs) are unanimous in projecting warmer temperatures in an enhanced CO2 atmosphere, with amplification of this warming in higher latitudes. The Hudson Bay region, whichExpand
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Travelling and hunting in a changing Arctic: assessing Inuit vulnerability to sea ice change in Igloolik, Nunavut
The observations of community members and instrumental records indicate changes in sea ice around the Inuit community of Igloolik, in the Canadian territory of Nunavut. This paper characterizes localExpand
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Trends in Seasonal Sea Ice Duration in Southwestern Hudson Bay
The southwestern region of Hudson Bay is one of the last areas in the Hudson and James Bay lowlands region to become free of sea ice in the spring. This late breakup is due to the effects of windsExpand
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The Dynamic Multiscale Nature of Climate Change Vulnerability: An Inuit Harvesting Example
This article advances a vulnerability framework to understand how climatic risks and change are experienced and responded to by Inuit harvesters using a case study from Iqaluit, Nunavut. The articleExpand
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Sea ice, climate change, and community vulnerability in northern Foxe Basin, Canada.
The Arctic is undergoing rapid climatic and environmental change, most notably in the spatial extent and thickness of the sea ice. Inuit communities in the Canadian Arctic are directly affected byExpand
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Temporal variations in Hudson Bay ringed seal (Phoca hispida) life-history parameters in relation to environment
Abstract We related temporal variation in the environment to demographic parameters and body condition of ringed seals (Phoca hispida) in Hudson Bay, near the southern limit of the species'Expand
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The influence of tropospheric ozone on the air temperature of the city of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Weekday/weekend variations in tropospheric ozone concentrations were examined to determine whether ground-level greenhouse gases have a significant impact on local climate. The city of Toronto,Expand
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East-west asymmetry in long-term trends of landfast ice thickness in the Hudson Bay region, Canada
Ice cover in the Hudson Bay region (HBR) goes through a complete cryogenic cycle each year. Freeze-up typically occurs in October and November, ice cover reaches its peak thickness from late March toExpand
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Trend analysis of long-term temperature time series in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA)
As the majority of the world’s population is living in urban environments, there is growing interest in studying local urban climates. In this paper, for the first time, the long-term trends (31–162Expand
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