Scientific American: At the top of the globe in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago, near the North Pole, a thin layer of soil EnvironmentGuru.com, 4 weeks ago
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In a meeting in late December between U.S. President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, the two countries to take a number of steps to protect the environment in the Arctic. The measure which got most of the attention ...Global Trade Magazine, 2 weeks ago Clean Arctic Alliance praises U.S. and Canadian move on HFO Marine Log, 1 month ago US and Canada to phase out HFO use in the Arctic Bunker Index, 1 month ago Trudeau and Canada's Arctic Priorities: More of the same Arctic Institute, 1 month ago
John England's 50-year career has overturned assumptions about what the Canadian Arctic once looked like. As the region now undergoes dramatic changes spurred by climate change, his five decades of study have become an essential source of knowledge.ArcticPortal.org, 3 weeks ago Canadian Arctic Scientist Awarded Weston Family Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Northern Research Water Canada, 1 month ago A re-write of Canada's glacial past: Dr. John England receives $50,000 Weston Family Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Northern Research TickerTech.com, 1 month ago Dr. John England, recipient of the $50,000 Weston Family Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Northern Research. Canada NewsWire, 1 month ago
With a plodding movement that's lumbering and elegant all at once, the polar bear traces its way down a finger of partially submerged land, its nose in the air, the late-afternoon light shimmering off the wet stones beneath its massive paws. Save ...Abu Dhabi National, 1 month ago
A few years ago, a group of Canadian atmospheric scientists and their international colleagues discovered high amounts of ammonia in the summertime air above the Canadian Arctic Archipelago region. Naturally, they wanted to figure out where the ...Dalhousie News, 2 months ago
There are thousands of getaways waiting to be explored. Here are some ideas to get you started 1. Canada: A world to explore. Canada has cosmopolitan cities, barely explored natural wonders and everything in between. Canada is huge — the ...Irish Times, 1 week ago
Canada is offering free admission to its national parks in 2017—here's where to stay The new year marks the 150th celebration of Canadian Confederation , and to commemorate the country's birthday, Parks Canada is offering free admission in 2017 ...Time, 1 week ago
'It's hard to ignore the military buildup that's going on in the Arctic Ocean' As Russian cyber activities in the United States and military intervention in Syria dominate headlines, the Russian bear has pursued a steady march forward much closer to ...CBC, 2 weeks ago
Thawing Arctic ice reveals new clues to mystery of the lost ships Terror and Erebus OTTAWA Almost two centuries ago, 134 men set sail on two British naval ships to discover the fabled Northwest Passage, a trade route through the Arctic linking ...Gulf News, 1 month ago Thawing Arctic ice reveals clues to mystery of lost expedition ships Terror and Erebus Miami Herald, 1 month ago Thawing Arctic Ice Reveals New Clues To Myste... Dotemirates.com, 1 month ago Thawing ice may solve mystery Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago
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Like a giant ice cream cake left outside on a hot summer day, the Arctic is melting. In the land of frozen Earth, new wetlands are appearing, as are lake-sized puddles and kilometers-long rivulets of melt water. Scientists have long known about ...Before It's News, 4 days ago Where Are Arctic Soils Defrosting? NASA, 5 days ago
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