Study probes link between climate change, contaminants in Arctic wildlife
from Nunatsiaq Online
If you live in the North and love eating seal and beluga, but wonder whether they contain harmful contaminants, a new research project may offer more knowledge. That's because this new, well-funded study plans to look at whether climate change is increasing levels of contaminants in ringed seals and beluga whales. Melissa McKinney, a researcher at the University of Windsor, received a big boost in funding recently from the federal government, in the form of a Banting Fellowship.
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