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Things are looking up for the beluga population in Greenland

The positive development of the beluga population in West Greenland is due to restricting quotas... Read more

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31.08.2016

New Procedure for CITES Non Detriment Assessments from the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources

The following is a translation of a press release from the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources... Read more

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19.04.2015

Scientific article from the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources receives overwhelming international attention

A scientific article on arctic marine mammals - published in the recognized scientific magazine... Read more

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19.04.2015

Huge data gaps cloud fate of Arctic mammals

A first-ever effort to gauge the ecological status of all 11 species of marine mammals living in... Read more

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06.09.2013

The Status of walrus in Greenland

Greenland Institute of Natural Resources is at present in full swing in updating its knowledge... Read more

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06.09.2013

Climate change and hunting affect on polar bears in Greenland

In Greenland, polar bear are affected by both hunting and climate change. In recent years it has... Read more

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11.05.2012

The last Murre Colony in the Disko Bay is endangered

Along the vast coastline of West Greenland from Maniitsoq to Upernavik the Innaq colony on Alluttoq...

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09.01.2013

Humpback Whale Photo ID

Pinngortitaleriffik is looking for photos of the undersides of humpback whale tail fins for a...

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