Modelling interactions between climate, vegetation, snow, permafrost, and hydrology to understand impact of climate change on aquatic ecosystems and coastal environments.
Developing models to predict future changes in fish species distributions under climate change scenarios along the NWT North-South transportation corridor.
Combining limnology and traditional knowledge to examine how the annual construction of ferry landings impacts water quality and fishing.
Examining invertebrate communities in lakes impacted by retrogressive thaw slumping versus those without obvious permafrost degradation.
Evaluating the accuracy of RADARSAT-2 DInSAR products using fine-scale geomorphological maps and field-based studies, along with additional remote sensing tools.
Characterization of the impact of tall shrub patches on soil, snow, and permafrost conditions and the resulting impacts on tundra biodiversity.
An assessment of how climate change is affecting, and predicted to influence, ecological changes and the implications for park management, ecological integrity, and traditional lifestyles.
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