Chris Linder, Tim Silva, Lonny Lippsett, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
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- WHOI Scientists describe ecosystem research in the southern Bering Sea and discuss why this research is important in light of predicted sea ice and ocean temperature changes.
- Comments from expert scientist: It's very interesting and it covers all trophic levels in the Bering Sea (sea ice biota, plankton, marine mammals etc.). It is well explained with comments by world-renowned scientists such as Carin Ashjian.
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