The business model of “salmon farming” is heavily criticized by regular reports of parasite outbreaks and their impact on the environment.
The mystery of the arrival of dog sleds in Greenland is set to be solved by Emma Vitale who, in a recently published study, has defined a methodology to improve the interpretation of items found during archaeological digs linked to this mode of transport.
A new study shows that the level of contamination in orcas depends mainly on which prey they specialise in, rather than the region in which they live.
Due to the increased time spent on land fasting, female polar bears have difficulty producing milk for their cubs, study shows.
The results of a study published in Nature suggest that more attention should be paid to Arctic zooplankton. Sea ice retreat could reduce the productivity of these invertebrates that are at the base of the food chain.
A team of paleontologists has excavated the tooth of an extinct mammal, a contemporary of the Arctic dinosaurs, from a Cretaceous coniferous forest.
From the deck of their magnificent sailing boat, in a breathtaking natural scenery, researchers are studying an opportunistic sea lily that hitchhikes on the back of a crab.
Satellite imagery of the Russian coastline in summer 2016 enabled scientists to identify beluga whale populations in the far south of the Kara Sea.
Alaska’s distinct — and endangered — beluga whale population faces numerous threats to its recovery. A lack of public support is not one of them
The bison which was discovered in the Verkhoyansk region of Russia in the summer of 2022 is now being dissected by scientists at North-Eastern Federal University’s Mammoth Museum.
Sled dogs have bitten to death a six-year-old boy in the West Greenland town of Aasiaat. The dogs had been chained at the city’s ski club, he said.
An arctic visitor has enraptured numerous people in Scarborough and ensured that the turn of the year went off without fireworks.