Research Wildlife Biologist, Alaska Science Center, USGS, Anchorage, Alaska. Dr. Amstrup talks about Polar Bear science and managing bears as the pole warms up and the ice retreats.
Polar bear researchers from polar nations share information and resources
Dr. Amstrup takes some time out in his office on the campus of the University of Alaska in Anchorage to talk about how polar bear research has moved from questions of hunting bears to climate change.
Measuring the Heat Conductivity of Snow, and studying the complex effects of snow, just how good an insulator snow is
Florent studies snow physics and snow chemistry, as related to climate change and polar atmospheric chemistry
Florent Domine talks passionately about why the Arctic is so important as a part of the planet and as a place for further study
Florent tells some rather incredible tales of how to determine if a polar bear in Norway’s Arctic regions will be dangerous or not.
Alaska’s foremost polar bear expert talks about the effect of the retreating ice on bears