by Kate G.

Forum Environnement – University of Montreal – October 2014

December 30, 2014 in Conference by Kate G.

On October 31 was held the first edition of the Forum Environnement regrouping the Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Geography and Physics departments of the University of Montreal. Read the rest of this entry →

by Kate G.

EnviroNorth scholarship for Andréanne Beardsell

December 18, 2014 in post by Kate G.

Andréanne just received a scholarship for her research project on Bylot Island!

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by Godin.E

Frédéric Bouchard’s talk at Arctic Change 2014 by @turner_kw on Twitter

December 10, 2014 in conferences, twitter-en by Godin.E

by Godin.E

Paper on gullies mentioned on Twitter by @IOPEnvironment

December 8, 2014 in @en, post by Godin.E

by Godin.E

Geocryolab at Arctic Change 2014

December 8, 2014 in @en, conferences by Godin.E

Arctic Change 2014 (Arcticnet) begins today !

Twitter : @ArcticNet et #ArcticChange2014

Many Geocryolab students and collaborators will be presenting their latest results, with Oral presentation (and related session) :

Frédéric Bouchard : Impacts of Permafrost Degradation Processes on Aquatic System Biogeochemistry, Bylot Island, Nunavut > T38B. Permafrost Landscapes in Transition in the Arctic and Subarctic

Michel Paquette : Water Tracks in the Canadian High Arctic: Patterned Ground Control of Slope Hydrology and the Active Layer Thermal Regime > T38E : Permafrost Landscapes in Transition in the Arctic and Subarctic

The Future of Permafrost Research; Contributions of Early Career Researchers from the European Conference on Permafrost to ICARPIII > T34. Pan-Arctic Science and Policy: How Can Early Career Researchers Shape the Future?


and posters :

Manuel Verpaelst :  Mass Movement by Solifluction and Syngenetic Dynamic of Permafrost in the High Arctic, Ward Hunt Island, Canadian High Arctic. #329

Gautier Davesne : Factors controlling surface temperature distribution over the Mont Jacques-Cartier plateau and the recent evolution of its alpine permafrost body, the southernmost in Eastern Canada #323

Lyna Lapointe Elmrabti : Paleoenvironmental records from a late pleistocene syngenetic permafrost (Yedoma), Itkillik River, Alaska. #207

Michel Sliger : Structural study of the Beaver Creek (Yukon) recession moraine: a cryostratigraphic approach #204

Lapierre Poulin Florence : Vulnerability of arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus) dens to climate change in the Canadian High Arctic #257

Kate Grandmont : Landscape hazards mapping for climate change adaptation planning in Yukon: Impact of land cover disturbances on permafrost landscapes #297

Vilmantas Prėskienis  :  Greenhouse gas emissions from Arctic lakes and ponds as influenced by carbon lability #292

Andréanne Beardsell  : Factors affecting nest occupancy and reproductive success of rough-legged hawks: a tradeoff between predation risk, microclimatic conditions and nest stability? #245

Louis-Philippe Roy : Landscape hazards mapping for climate change adaptation planning in Yukon: Approach and methods #340

Maxime Tremblay : What is the effect of the erect shrub Salix richardsonii on plant communities at the northern limit of its range in the High Arctic? #272


Stay tuned – fresh news from the conference will be posted here during the next few days. To all participants, have a nice conference !