Confrontations between humans and polar bears in Svalbard

  • Ian Gjertz
  • Endre Persen

Abstract

Svalbard is the collective name for the group of Norwegian islands situated between longitudes 10" and 35"E and between latitudes 74" and 81"N. The islands have a total landmass of about 62,000 km'. National parks and nature reserves occupy 44% of Svalbard's land area.

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Published
1987-01-12
How to Cite
Gjertz, I., & Persen, E. (1987). Confrontations between humans and polar bears in Svalbard. Polar Research, 5(2), 253-256. https://doi.org/10.3402/polar.v5i2.6880
Section
Research/review articles