A global warming miracle has happened.
Those damn Polar Bears just aren’t dying the way we said they would, but it might/could/may/perhaps happen in the future.
You only have to go back to 2021 to find similar numbers of incidents and bears in the holding facility at the end of week 9
Almost 10 years later to the day, another polar bear attack resulting in serious injury has taken place in the northern Labrador/Quebec region of Eastern Canada.
From Polar Bear Science Susan Crockford Sea ice extent for Svalbard was above average yesterday and has been since 17 July, despite “record-breaking” sea surface temperatures in June. The temperature…
… field data show bears in Svalbard are in better condition than they were in the late 1990s
Hardly the ever-worsening catastrophe of sea ice loss story being spun in the media for Western Hudson Bay polar bears.
…what caused the ice to retreat more than two weeks earlier in 2015?
From Polar Bear Science Susan Crockford New evidence indicates that Arctic areas with the thickest ice today probably melted out every year during the summer for about 1,600 years during the…
From Polar Bear Science Susan Crockford Arctic sea ice is beginning to melt and the end of spring is drawing near. Mating season is over for polar bears as is the gorging…
It’s logical to assume this speciation event happened during a cold interglacial, but which one?
…the lifeblood of most polar bear research is jet fuel needed by helicopters
…polar bears his team saw in April while installing collars and ear tags were in good shape this year…
It only took a month for Amundsen to give up his experiment.
Currently, there is more ice than was present in early May in many years of the 1600s.
This result by veteran polar bear researchers blows a big hole in the emerging narrative nudging the public to expect more polar bear attacks
… the larger estimate seems more plausible as an average for this subpopulation, although the authors of the report did not draw that conclusion.
The slight decline since 1979 has so far been no cause for concern to polar bears, who are thriving.
Photos of some of the bears sighted are all in good or excellent condition, and few of the animals seem to be intent on causing real trouble for locals
There is no existential emergency for polar bears or any other Arctic sea mammals due to declining summer sea ice, despite continued messages of doom from remorseless experts.
It seems that every fall and winter for the last decade at least, there has been hand-wringing about the lack of Svalbard sea ice and what a tragedy this is for polar bears.
Conservation officials issued an alert to residents of coastal communities to be aware of polar bears coming ashore