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

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Geocryolab at Arctic Change 2014

December 8, 2014 in @en, conferences

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 !