centre for earth observation science News Archive
February 4, 2019 —
Julienne Stroeve's work measures and interprets changes to snow and sea ice cover in the Arctic Ocean as a result of climate change, and cautions the world about its impact
December 21, 2018 —
Another amazing year reaches its conclusion at the University of Manitoba
December 3, 2018 —
Q&A with a Co-Worker: Debbie Armstrong
November 30, 2018 —
Creative public education and outreach campaign to share world-leading Arctic climate change research
October 26, 2018 —
Q&A with grad student Katelyn Rodgers
October 19, 2018 —
Why do marine animals in the western Arctic have higher mercury levels than those in the east?
October 15, 2018 —
Over the month of August, I had the pleasure of participating in the 2018 International Volcanology Field School, Kamchatka session and the following 10th Biennial Workshop on Japan-Kamchatka-Alaska Subduction Processes (JKASP-2018). Both events took place in Kamchatka, Russia at a field camp for the field school and the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky for the conference.
October 2, 2018 —
Studying Mercury and Dust Levels in the Canary Islands
September 24, 2018 —
Before joining the Centre for Earth Observation Science at the U of M, Michelle worked at a fishing lodge in Sioux Lookout, Ontario and conducted research on abandoned mines. CEOS sat down with Michelle to find out how she ended up working at our Research Centre, what puts a smile on her face, and what kind of treats she likes.
September 12, 2018 —
It's 5:00 AM. My cabin mate and the science coordinator, Morgan, gets up and leaves. She'll figure out the plan for the day based on the weather with the captain of the MV Namao so that we can start sampling for the Manitoba Great Lakes Project.