An unexpected correlation between body size and subspecies designation within a single puffin colony in High Arctic Greenland. A result of climate change?
About the author
In the fall of 2006 Kurt created the High Arctic Institute and in the spring of 2008 received his D.Phil. from the University of Oxford, with his thesis research focusing on Peregrine and Gyrfalcon populations in Greenland. Kurt has conducted field research in Greenland for the past 30 years and currently works on a wide range of research projects including studies on falcons, seabirds, waterfowl, passerines, and shorebirds. Kurt and the High Arctic Institute are keen on collaborating with others, and if you are in need of avian samples from north Greenland or are interested in working together don’t hesitate to reach out.