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Dr. Jon Aars

Polar Bear Scientist

Norwegian Polar Institute

HQ Phone: +47 79 02 26 00

Email: j***@***.no

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Norwegian Polar Institute

Framsenteret Postboks 6066 Langnes

Tromso, Troms 9296


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The Norwegian Polar Institute is Norway's central governmental institution for scientific research, mapping and environmental monitoring in the Arctic and the Antarctic. The Institute advises Norwegian authorities on matters concerning polar environmental ... more

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University of Oslo , Norway

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The bear had been tagged so ... [cached]

The bear had been tagged so I passed the tag number on to Dr. Jon Aars, the polar bear scientist at the Norwegian Polar Institute who had tagged it. He told me it had been in OK physical condition when captured in April and that it was a 16-year-old male.

Studying Polar Bears In Svalbard, the Norwegian Arctic | Polar Bears International [cached]

Map courtesy of Dr. Jon Aars, Norwegian Polar Institute. Details... Friday, July 4, 2014 - 11:39 Contributor: Jon Aars

Editor's note: The Norwegian Polar Institute has been conducting a long-term annual monitoring study of polar bears in Svalbard since 1992.
Map courtesy of Dr. Jon Aars, Norwegian Polar Institute. Details... Add new comment

The paper, written by Magnus Anderson ... [cached]

The paper, written by Magnus Anderson and Jon Aars, of the Norwegian Polar Institute, comprehensively covers the history of polar bear population changes over the course of 100 years.

Anderson and Aars cite prior studies conducted by Carla Freitas, Ian Stirling, and others which have tracked trends in polar bear movement with GPS collars and have found that the thickness and persistence of ice significantly affects the location of polar bears and their hunting grounds.

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It was such a fun atmosphere ... [cached]

It was such a fun atmosphere to be immersed in and we felt very lucky to have been invited by NPI researchers Jon Aars, Magnus Anderson, and Rupert Krapp.

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