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Arctic Biodiversity and Inuit Health


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published: 2010 | Report | Government

Inuit Tuttarvingat is pleased to let you know that we have written a new informative report called Arctic Biodiversity and Inuit Health. The report provides readers with information about documented changes to the climate and environment, how these changes affect the biodiversity (all living beings and things) in the Arctic, and the health of Inuit.

Download: PDF (6.97MB) ArcticBiodiversity_webversion.pdf

revised Sep 1/10

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