Development of a Pan-Arctic Monitoring Plan for Polar Bears: Background paper
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The framework document for developing and implementing a plan that harmonises local, regional and global efforts to increase the power to detect and understanf important trends for polar bears, as called for in the March 2009 Meeting of the Parties to the 1973 Agreement on Polar Bears.
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