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.
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.!
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?[…]