Microbes and Northern wildlife: Selected reports

Wild caribou roam the tundra near The Meadowbank Gold Mine located in Nunavut, Arctic Canada on March 25, 2009. (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press)

Recent studies show how global climate change and warmer temperatures in the North are affecting the spread of potentially harmful microbes. Read our selected reports on disease and Northern wildlife.

Scientists warn of Arctic microbial threats induced by climate change
By Levon Sevunts, Radio Canada International | November 20, 2019

Arctic sea ice loss linked to spread of deadly virus in marine mammals
By Mathiew Leiser, Eye on the Arctic | November 19, 2019

Warnings in Sweden about dangerous bacteria in Baltic Sea
By Liv Lewitschnik, Radio Sweden | July 29, 2019

More than 800 000 reindeer to be vaccinated against anthrax in Russia
By Atle Staalesen, The Independent Barents Observer | August 9, 2017

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