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Labrador's Arctic char vulnera...

A new study paints a troubling portrait of potential climate change impacts on Arctic char in Labrador, amid calls for more research to better understand what t...

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FAREWELL TO A PILLAR OF ARCTIC SCIENCE

On October 4th 2020, ArcticNet lost its founder, Professor Louis Fortier. From the onset of his care...

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Cree partners keep large-scale eelgrass research o...

For decades, Cree hunters have been reporting a dramatic decline in eelgrass beds along the James Ba...

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The changing Arctic Ocean: consequences for biolog...

The Arctic region is undergoing some of the most rapid rates of change in the world in response to a...

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How changes in ancient soil microbes could predict...

Microbial communities in Arctic permafrost changed drastically at the end of the last ice age—and th...

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‘We’re not giving up.’ The fight to save caribou f...

On August 17, the US Bureau of Land Management issued a Record of Decision outlining plans allowing ...

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2020 Is Proving Another Disastrous Year For Our Ea...

Record-breaking heat, melting ice caps, raging wildfires and a particularly grim hurricane forecast ...

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Arctic science expedition reaches North Pole due t...

Arctic reaches historical low in July Twin science projects seek to understand impacts of Arctic cli...

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Milne Ice Shelf Ecosystem, We Hardly Knew Ye

When the last of the Arctic’s ice shelves collapsed in early August, it took a newly discovered ecos...

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International Conference on Polar Environmental Ch...

On 29 June 2020 began the first International Conference of Polar Environmental Change and Protectio...

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