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“Arctic Ecology” came out in January.

Chapter 1 What is the Arctic? Kjell Danell
Chapter 2 Arctic ecology - a palaeoenvironmental perspective. Michael Pisaric and John P. Smol
Chapter 3 Climate change in the Arctic. Edward Hanna, Joseph E. Nolan, James E. Overland and Richard J. Hall
Chapter 4 Arctic permafrost and ecosystem functioning. Torben R. Christensen
Chapter 5 Arctic tundra. John Hobbie, Gaius Shaver, Toke Høye and Joseph Bowden
Chapter 6 Ecology of Arctic glaciers. Alexandre M. Anesio and Johanna Laybourn-Parry
Chapter 7 Ecology of Arctic lakes and ponds. Erik Jeppesen, Kirsten S. Christoffersen, Milla Rautio and Torben L. Lauridsen
Chapter 8 Ecology of Arctic streams and rivers. Alexander D. Huryn
Chapter 9 Ecology of Arctic pelagic communities. Malin Daase, Jørgen Berge, Janne E. Søreide and Stig Falk-Petersen
Chapter 10 Ecology of Arctic sea ice. CJ Mundy and Klaus M. Meiners
Chapter 11 Ecology of Arctic shallow subtidal and intertidal benthos. Paul E. Renaud, Jan Marcin Węsławski and Kathleen Conlan
Chapter 12 Ecology of Arctic shelf and deep ocean benthos. Monika Kędra and Jacqueline M. Grebmeier
Chapter 13 Fat, furry, flexible and functionally important: Characteristics of mammals living in the Arctic. Niels M. Schmidt, Olivier Gilg, Jon Aars and Rolf A. Ims
Chapter 14 Ecology of Arctic Birds. Anthony D. Fox
Chapter 15 Arctic Ecology, indigenous peoples and environmental governance. Mark Nuttall

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