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ARCTIC BIOSCAN: SURVEY OF AN ARCTIC ARTHROPOD COMMUNITY AND IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE MONITORING

A pilot survey of terrestrial arthropod communities in Nunavut has evaluated the efficiency of several standard collecting methods in the Canadian Arctic and has begun to gather important baseline biodiversity data.

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