Working together in a changing Canadian Arctic.
In the rapidly changing Arctic region, shaped by climate change and modernization, environmental and socio-economic impacts are felt first and most severely in Arctic communities and territories.
ArcticNet contributes to the development and distribution of the knowledge to inform policy development and adaptation strategies to help Canadians meet the challenges and opportunities created by modernization and climate change in the Arctic.
ArcticNet is a Network of Centres of Excellence of Canada that brings together scientists, engineers, and other professionals in the human health, natural and social sciences with partners from Inuit organizations, northern communities, federal and provincial agencies and the private sector to study the impacts of climate change and modernization in the Canadian North.
Graduate Student Position in marine biogeochemistry in the high Arctic University of Alberta Applications, including a CV, unofficial transcript and statement of interest, should be emailed
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Appointments to increase research capacity in Faculty of Science
Kelp: The sustainable superfood coming soon to a plate near you
Peatlands cover just 3% of Earth but could help stabilize the climate
This rubber duck started a river race in Alberta and washed ashore in Russia
‘Exceptional achievement’: Acclaimed geographer, political scientist recognized by Royal Society of Canada
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Strategy
Diverse and inclusive teams produce better, more creative and innovative science. ArcticNet is committed to sharing the responsibility to promote positive change and cultural inclusion within its network.