In Churchill today, the federal government, through Western Economic Diversification Canada, announced a significant investment to assist Canadians with the cost of food and to generate economic growth, particularly in northern Manitoba. In addition to funds supporting economic growth in the Churchill region, funding support is being provided from key programs and initiatives to advance the Read more about UM Today | Churchill Marine Observatory receives new federal funding[…]
At the 2017 Bonn Climate conference in Bonn, Germany, Dr. David Barber spoke as part of a panel at a side event focused on the global implications of Arctic Climate Change. You can view the video below. Meeting Room 11 November 6 Uploaded by UNFCCC Climate Action Studio on 2017-11-06.
One of CEOS’s newest graduates, Dr. Aurelie Delaforge discovered a copepod species,Monstrillopsis Planifrons living in the Canadian Arctic. Monstrillopsiswas previously unknown to inhabit these waters. Congratulations Aurelie and co.!
BaySys (Hudson Bay System) Study 2017 research program cancelled due to Climate Change BaySys is a 4 year, $15 Million dollar comprehensive study that aims to contribute to an understanding of the relative contributions of climate change and regulation on the Hudson Bay system. The role of freshwater in Hudson Bay will be investigated through Read more about BaySys project in 2017 cancelled due to climate change[…]
This special edition of the Ambio is a synthesis of the Greenland Ecosystem Monitoring programme (GEM). Thirteen papers describe chosen results and analyses of the past 10 and 20 years. The issue can be found on the Springer website, as seen below.
Dr. Gary Stern, co-lead of the GENICE project with Dr. Casey Hubert from the University of Calgary, recently received $4 million dollars for Genomics Research in Oil Spill Preparedness and Emergency Response in an Arctic Marine Environment. Funding came from the province of Manitoba and the federal government of Canada. MP for Winnipeg South, Terry Read more about Congratulations Dr. Gary Stern! Co-lead of the GENICE project[…]
Excerpt from the National Post, January 8, 2017. Read the complete article. As the Trudeau government begins to set its 2017 budget priorities, the country’s 1,000-strong community of Arctic researchers is hoping to secure new funding for a key research network that will otherwise be forced to wind down in 2018. . . The research network that could Read more about Arctic Research Program ArcticNet due to close in 2018 – What will PM Trudeau do?[…]