Harbour porpoises respond to climate change

  title={Harbour porpoises respond to climate change},
  author={Mads Peter Heide-J\orgensen and Maria Iversen and Nynne Hjort Nielsen and Christina H. Lockyer and Harry Stern and Mads Hvid Ribergaard},
  booktitle={Ecology and evolution},
The effects of climate change on marine ecosystems and in particular on marine top predators are difficult to assess due to, among other things, spatial variability, and lack of clear delineation of marine habitats. The banks of West Greenland are located in a climate sensitive area and are likely to elicit pronounced responses to oceanographic changes in the North Atlantic. The recent increase in sea temperatures on the banks of West Greenland has had cascading effects on sea ice coverage… CONTINUE READING
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