Variation in sea ice cover on the east coast of Canada from 1969 to 2002: climate variability and implications for harp and hooded seals

The purpose of the present study was to assess the variability in sea ice cover on the east coast of Canada during the breeding seasons of harp and hooded seals between 1969 and 2002 and to determine the extent to which this variability might correlate with NAO conditions and global climate change.

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