Susan Cosier on Muck Rack

Susan Cosier

Chicago, Illinois
Freelance Science & Environmental Writer and Midwest Correspondent, NRDC — Freelance

Journalist focusing on science and the environment. Midwest correspondent for @NRDC.

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Nov 14, 2017

That also could mean a more difficult (and dangerous) eiderdown harvest for Inuit. For now, at least, the tradition continues. (7/x)

Nov 14, 2017

“This is among the first examples of climate change apparently changing environments and the relationships of predator and prey,” @AChangingArctic says. (6/x)

Nov 14, 2017

Scientists expect the eiders to eventually disperse, but as @AChangingArctic, a researcher with Environment and Climate Change Canada says, it’s an arms race of sorts. (5/x)

Nov 14, 2017

On rocky islands, the bears now raid eider duck colonies, destroying up to 90 percent of their nests and slurping up the contents of the eggs, researcher @CodyJDey told me. (4/x)

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