Assessing Marine Polar Ecosystem Sensitivity to Rapid Changes in the Arctic – Nunavut Arctic College & ArcticNet Workshop
Assessing Marine Polar Ecosystem Sensitivity to Rapid Changes in the Arctic - Nunavut Arctic College & ArcticNet Workshop
Join ArcticNet, in collaboration with Nunavut Arctic College, for an exciting one-day workshop on the topic of Marine Polar Ecosystem Sensitivity to Rapid Changes in the Arctic. Intended for Indigenous students of the Environmental Technology Program (ETP) at Nunavut Arctic College, the workshop, hosted on March 3rd 2023, is now available for wide public viewing. This workshop was made possible through the generous support from Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC).
Speakers of this workshop include multiple experts in polar ecosystems:
4:09 – Dustin Whalen, from Natural Resources Canada in Nova Scotia, discusses coastal erosion in Arctic regions.
51:21 – Mathieu Ardyna, from Takuvik at Université Laval, in Québec, speaks about primary production in the Arctic Ocean in the context of climate change.
1:40:19. Dave Babb, from the University of Manitoba, explores sea ice dynamics.
2:33:24. Derek Mueller, from Carleton University in Ontario, presents on ice shelf melt.
3:18:12. Kumiko Azetsu-Scott, from Fisheries and Oceans Canada, explores ocean acidification.