CEOS at the University of Manitoba welcomes new research chair Dr. Julienne Stroeve

Dr. Stroeve will serve as the Canada 150 Research Chair in Sea Ice-Climate Coupling. She will receive $7 milion dollars in federal funding over her seven year term. Read the full story at UM Today.

New research chair will help forecast the future of climate change in Canada

March 29, 2018 – The University of Manitoba’s sea ice research team, already one of the world’s most comprehensive, innovative and well-funded, has recruited Dr. Julienne Stroeve with her expertise on complex Arctic system thanks to the Canada 150 Research Chair program.

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