State of the Arctic Ocean
Canada’s Oceans Now: Arctic Ecosystems provides new knowledge and known trends for marine areas of the Canadian Arctic. This public report was generated from knowledge and findings provided by Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Environment and Climate Change Canada, as well as, academic, co-management, and Territorial contributors.
Scientific and Inuit knowledge describe current status and trends about marine habitats, species and food webs, the seasonal cycle of events (seasonality), variability over time and location, and connections between oceans and ocean areas, including coastal areas. Information will be updated in future reports, providing an ongoing picture of the status and trends of Canada’s Arctic marine ecosystems.
- Public Report – Canada’s Oceans Now: Arctic Ecosystems, 2019
A plain language summary of key messages from the technical State of the Arctic Ocean Report
- Case Studies
Read the full version of the case studies from the public report
- Infographics –The Canadian Arctic
Download and share the 11 infographics from the public report (available in Inuktitut and Inuinnaqtun).
- Technical report – State of the Arctic Ocean report
A scientific report on the known trends and recent knowledge about Canadian Arctic Ocean ecosystems.
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