New contribution from Frédéric Bouchard et al. on greenhouse gases emitted from fresh water ecosystems in the high Arctic

July 27, 2015 in Article, Paper

Arctic Profiles – a web documentary profiling people involved in science in the Canadian High Arctic

March 31, 2014 in Article, post-en

Production by Katriina O’Kane and collaboration by Evan Hall, this web documentary profiling people involved in science in the Canadian High Arctic was set at the Polar Continental Shelf Program installations at Resolute Bay, with visiting science fellows and staff. The web documentary is very inspiring and visuals are outstanding ! Have a look !

Week #7 – Recent Cryosphere papers

February 10, 2014 in Article, Paper

Szpikowski, J., Szpikowska, G., et al. “Character and rate of denudation in a High Arctic glacierized catchment (Ebbaelva, Central Spitsbergen).” Geomorphology(0). (Early Access)

 Zhou, J., Pomeroy, J. W., et al. (2014). “Simulating cold regions hydrological processes using a modular model in the west of China.” Journal of Hydrology 509(0): 13-24.

Yang, D. (2014). “Double Fence Intercomparison Reference (DFIR) vs. Bush Gauge for “true” snowfall measurement.” Journal of Hydrology 509(0): 94-100.

Chiogna, G., Santoni, E., et al. (2014). “Stable isotope characterization of the Vermigliana catchment.” Journal of Hydrology 509(0): 295-305.

Bawden, A. J., Linton, H. C., et al. (2014). “A spatiotemporal analysis of hydrological trends and variability in the Athabasca River region, Canada.” Journal of Hydrology 509(0): 333-342.

Jean, M. and Payette, S. (2014). “Dynamics of active layer in wooded palsas of northern Quebec.” Geomorphology 206(0): 87-96.

Meyer, N. K., Schwanghart, W., et al. (2014). “Estimating the topographic predictability of debris flows.” Geomorphology 207(0): 114-125.

Wang, L., Shi, Z. H., et al. (2014). “Freeze/thaw and soil moisture effects on wind erosion.” Geomorphology 207(0): 141-148.

Destouni, G. and Verrot, L. “Screening long-term variability and change of soil moisture in a changing climate.” Journal of Hydrology(0). (Early Access)