Changing Arctic challenges the whalers
Spring ice has become more dangerous for subsistence hunters, while storms and high winds can lead to rough seas in the fall
As the bowhead whales migrate north in the spring from the Bering Sea, through the Chukchi Sea and east across the Beaufort Sea to their summer feeding grounds, and then return south in the fall ahead of the expanding winter ice floes, the subsistence hunters of Alaska’s North Slope have for millenn....
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