Field Notes from a World on the Edge
Edward Struzik is an award-winning writer and photographer. A fellow at the School of Policy Studies at the Queen’s Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy at Queen University in Kingston, his numerous accolades include the prestigious Atkinson Fellowship in Public Policy and the Sir Sandford Fleming Medal, awarded for outstanding contributions to the understanding of science. He lives in Edmonton, Alberta.
Chapter 1. Eight Foot Tall Beavers, Scimitar Cats, and Three Toed Horses: What the Past Tells Us about the Future Arctic
Chapter 2: Tar Sands, Dams, and Deltas
Chapter 3: Ocean Currents
Chapter 4: Polar Bears and Killer Whales
Chapter 5: The End of Migration
Chapter 6: Caribou, Muskox, and Bison: Prey, Tell Us what the Future of the Arctic Will Be?
Chapter 7: Hybridization and the Rise of New Animals in the Arctic
Chapter 8: Falling into the Sea: Erosion, Receding Ice, and Vulnerable Shorelines
Chapter 9: Oil and Ice, "Drill Baby Drill"
Chapter 10: Redrawing the Map of the Arctic: Shifting Territorial Boundaries and an Arctic Treaty
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