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Beaufort, Bering & Chukchi Seas

Wildlife doesn't recognize borders, and these seas shared by Canada, Russia and the United States are a perfect opportunity for Arctic collaboration.

How we work

Publications

Canada’s Arctic Marine Atlas
Canada’s Arctic Marine Atlas
17 September 2018
Canadian Arctic Greywater Report
Canadian Arctic Greywater Report
17 August 2018
The Circle 01.18
The Circle 01.18
1 May 2018
Prospects and opportunities for using LNG for bunkering in the Arctic regions of Russia
Prospects and opportunities for using LNG for bunkering in the Arctic regions of Russia
1 July 2017
Modeling Oil Spills in the Beaufort, Bering and Barents Seas
Modeling Oil Spills in the Beaufort, Bering and Barents Seas
16 December 2014
Modeling oil spills in the Beaufort Sea
Modeling oil spills in the Beaufort Sea
15 December 2014

Meet the team

David Aplin

David Aplin

WWF-US

Director of Education and Outreach, WWF-US Arctic Field Program

Elena Agarkova Belov

Elena Agarkova Belov

WWF-US

Senior program officer, WWF-US Arctic Field Program

Elisabeth Kruger

Elisabeth Kruger

WWF-US

Senior Program Officer, Arctic Wildlife

Colleen Parker

Colleen Parker

WWF-Canada

Specialist, Western Arctic

Sergey Rafanov

Sergey Rafanov

WWF-Russia

Head, Kamchatka-Bering Sea Ecoregional office

Margaret Williams

Margaret Williams

WWF-US

Managing Director, WWF-US Arctic Field Program

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