Species networks, Uummannaq Island, Greenland: (a) the 2-mode pollination network and the 1-mode networks for (b) pollinators and (c) plants. Line thickness indicates the interaction strength ...
Birds, particularly seabirds, are an important part of Greenland's animal life; breeding populations of auks, puffins, skuas, and kittiwakes are found on steep mountainsides.  Greenland's ducks and geese include common eider, long-tailed duck, king eider, white-fronted goose, pink-footed goose and barnacle goose.
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Sep 30, 2007 · Modern hunting and fishing Inuit Greenlanders in the Uummannaq District in North Greenland are known to live from a diet high in local marine food (seal, whale, halibut) combined with basic foods (bread, cereals, dairy products) imported from Denmark and thus provide an excellent test population.
- Bjørn Buchardt, Vibeke Bunch, Pekka Helin
The response of the southern Greenland ice sheet to the Holocene thermal maximum ... In southeast Greenland, animal and plant . ... as well as the important depth of the Uummannaq Trough likely ...
Fingernails and diet: Stable isotope signatures of a marine hunting community from modem Uummannaq, North Greenland. September 2007; ... from fish and prey animal s must be the dominant mariti me.
Birds, especially seabirds, are an important part of Greenland's animal life. On steep mountainsides breed large colonies of auks, puffins, skuas, and kittiwakes. By common ducks include eiders, long-tailed ducks and the king eider and in West Greenland white-fronted goose and in East Greenland pink-footed goose and barnacle goose.
Foraging behaviour and plant selection in a herd of Icelandic goats. ... dominant grass species in the faecal samples . ... off the Uummannaq region, Northwest Greenland, in April 2012 and 2013 ...
Three communities of Greenland provided a range of concentrations of selenium in plasma from 79 µg/l in Tasiilaq women to 113 µg/l in Uummannaq men . The largest survey to date of selenium ...
In Hutchison's case, this was in Uummannaq/Umanak, in Northwestern Greenland. Like Tait and Gilbertson's films, there is a deep connection with the environment that is registered in her films. Although the filmmakers rarely turn the camera on themselves to serve as subjects in the film, their films recognise that they are behind the camera.
The Effects of environmental factors on the growth of acaena magellanica in three dominant plant communities in South Georgia: 1993: H. Renee: Wissink: North Baffin: co-management of a Canadian national park within Nunavut: 1992: John Trygve: Berg