The Atlantic Walrus

The Atlantic Walrus: Multidisciplinary insights into human-animal interactions addresses the key dimensions of long-term human walrus interactions across the Atlantic Arctic and subarctic regions, over the past millennia. This book brings together research from across the social and natural sciences to explore walrus biology, human culture, environmental conditions and their reciprocal effects. Together, 13 chapters of this book reconstruct the early evolution of walruses, walrus biology, the cultural significance and ecological impact of prehistoric and indigenous hunting practices, as well as the effects of commercial hunting and international trade. This book also examines historic and ongoing management strategies and, the importance of new research methodologies in revealing hitherto unknown details of the past, and concludes by discussing the future for Atlantic walruses in the face of climate change and increased human activities in the Arctic. This volume is an ideal resource for those who are seeking to understand an iconic Arctic species and its long and complex relationship with humans. This includes individuals and researchers with a personal or professional connection to walruses or the Arctic, as well as marine biologists, zoologists, conservationists, paleontologists, archaeologists, anthropologists, historians, indigenous communities, natural resource managers and government agencies. Provides succinct overviews of the biology of the Atlantic Walrus (Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus) as well as human cultures within the North Atlantic Arctic and the surrounding region by consolidating research which until now has been scattered across fields and academic publications Editorial team of inter-disciplinary researchers ensuring the breadth, depth and integration of material covered throughout the volume Thirteen chapters, each authored by leading international researchers and experts on the Atlantic Walrus Considers the inter-relatedness and complexity of species biology, ecological change, human culture, and anthropogenic pressures onto the Atlantic Walrus, all while remaining accessible to readers from different disciplines or a more generalist audience Draws upon the latest methods in marine mammal and archaeological research Assesses historical management of the species, while also considering current and future conservation efforts in light of human activities and climate change Text supported by striking and insightful new maps and scientific illustrations, ideal for teaching and outreach

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  • Author : Xénia Keighley
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 344 pages
  • ISBN : 0128174315
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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The Atlantic Walrus

The Atlantic Walrus
  • Author : Xénia Keighley,Morten Tange Olsen,Peter Jordan,Sean P.A. Desjardins
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 17 June 2021
GET THIS BOOKThe Atlantic Walrus

The Atlantic Walrus: Multidisciplinary insights into human-animal interactions addresses the key dimensions of long-term human walrus interactions across the Atlantic Arctic and subarctic regions, over the past millennia. This book brings together research from across the social and natural sciences to explore walrus biology, human culture, environmental conditions and their reciprocal effects. Together, 13 chapters of this book reconstruct the early evolution of walruses, walrus biology, the cultural significance and ecological impact of prehistoric and indigenous hunting practices, as well as

The Atlantic Walrus

The Atlantic Walrus
  • Author : Xénia Keighley,Morten Tange Olsen,Peter Jordan,Sean P.A. Desjardins
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 02 July 2021
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The Atlantic Walrus: Biological, Historical, and Indigenous Insights into Species-Human Interactions addresses the key dimensions of walrus and human interactions across the North Atlantic and Arctic regions over the past 4,000 years. It establishes a new synthesis of historical ecology and biology, focusing on the effects of climate change on the species' population and the different phases of human impacts. Sections cover genetics and behavior, delving into evolution and purposes, and detail prehistoric, pristine walrus populations affected by Indigenous and Viking

COSEWIC Assessment and Status Report on the Atlantic Walrus, Odobenus Rosmarus Rosmarus, High Arctic Population, Central-low Arctic Population, Nova Scotia-Newfoundland-Gulf of St. Lawrence Population, in Canada

COSEWIC Assessment and Status Report on the Atlantic Walrus, Odobenus Rosmarus Rosmarus, High Arctic Population, Central-low Arctic Population, Nova Scotia-Newfoundland-Gulf of St. Lawrence Population, in Canada
  • Author : David Bruce Stewart
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 24 January 2022
GET THIS BOOKCOSEWIC Assessment and Status Report on the Atlantic Walrus, Odobenus Rosmarus Rosmarus, High Arctic Population, Central-low Arctic Population, Nova Scotia-Newfoundland-Gulf of St. Lawrence Population, in Canada

"Walrus are large gregarious pinnipeds with upper canine teeth that grow into long tusks and a moustache of quill-like vibrissae. Newborns are 120 cm long and 55 kg; males can grow to 315 cm and 1100 kg and females to 277 cm and 800 kg. The Atlantic Walrus, Odobenus rosmarus rosmarus (Linnaeus, 1758) is one of two extant subspecies, the other being the Pacific Walrus (O. r. divergens). Atlantic Walrus traditionally provided important staples in the subsistence economy of the eastern Canadian Arctic and Greenland. The hunts

The Biology of the Atlantic Walrus Odobenus Rosmarus Rosmarus (Linnaeus) in the Eastern Canadian Arctic

The Biology of the Atlantic Walrus Odobenus Rosmarus Rosmarus (Linnaeus) in the Eastern Canadian Arctic
  • Author : Arthur Walter Mansfield,Arctic Biological Station
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 24 January 2022
GET THIS BOOKThe Biology of the Atlantic Walrus Odobenus Rosmarus Rosmarus (Linnaeus) in the Eastern Canadian Arctic

"The walrus, Odobenus rosmarus, is a circumpolar species of arctic and sub-arctic waters and is geographically isolated into three or more morphologically distinct groups. The Eastern Canadian Arctic and West Greenland group ranged as far south as Sable Island and the Gulf of St. Lawrence in historic times, but unrestricted commercial exploitation led to a serious decline in numbers and a withdrawal of the group to the more northern and inaccessible parts of its range. The advent of the rifle