As a research scientist with the Canadian Wildlife Service and an Adjunct Professor at the University of Alberta, Dr. Ian Stirling has studied the behavior, population, ecology and predator-prey relationships of polar bears for 40 years. His research on polar bears in western Hudson Bay provided the first clear demonstration of how climate change was having clear, negative consequences on polar bears there. He has authored or co-authored more than 200 articles and three books.
I am a Polar Bear fanatic. I love this book because it covers the origins of Polar Bears, gives a lot of information on where the bear population is stable, where it is declining,... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Pat Grossman
THis is a wonderful book with a wealth of details about the Polar Bear, It is extremely well researched and very well written, so that despite detailed information provided, it... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Clyde Dos Santos
I used this book for a reference guide for a research project:
'Implication of Climate Change on a Population of Polar Bears in Manitoba, Canada". Read more
I saw this book on display at Frostburg State University library and had to get it.
Not just a cute photo book, but very detailed study on polar bears and their habits. Read more