The many living resources of the Arctic are examined within this chapter in the context of their contemporary and potential importance to humans for subsistence, commercial, and recreational uses, and in the context of probable changes in resource availability and use patterns as these may be influenced by development in the north.
KeywordsMarine Mammal Polar Bear Ringed Seal North Slope Gray Whale
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