Arctic Research News Archive
May 12, 2022 —
A new documentary is investigating the impact of climate change on the eroding Greenland ice sheet
April 16, 2022 —
Through his vision, leadership and endless efforts, Dr. Barber established UM as a global leader in Arctic research
January 12, 2022 —
Grad students represent researchers and scholars at the leading edge of science in the North
Inuit communities partner with UM to develop Arctic oil spill preparedness and emergency response using genomics research
July 22, 2021 —
$6.7 million in funding from Genome Canada and Genome Prairie
June 3, 2021 —
A team from the Centre for Earth Observation Science has published a paper in the Nature journal Communications Earth & Environment that addresses a large gap in our understanding of Arctic Sea Ice coverage.
March 23, 2021 —
More than 1,500 students attended the unique Arctic and climate science workshop with in-field subject matter experts with backgrounds in physical and chemical oceanography, sea ice optics, marine mammals, remote sensing, contaminants and oil spills.
February 2, 2021 —
Dr. Emily Choy [Ph.D./17], a Postdoctoral Fellow at McGill University and Environment and Climate Change Canada has been tirelessly contributing to research on climate change and its effect on the Canadian North.
November 2, 2020 —
With the possibility of an ice-free summer in the Arctic in the near future, understanding how oil behaves in an Arctic ecosystem is critical
Arctic Research Foundation partners with UM and RRC to revolutionize public access to big Arctic data
October 5, 2020 —
A new partnership between the University of Manitoba (UM), Red River College (RRC), and the Arctic Research Foundation (ARF) is setting out to unlock the big data secrets previously hidden in Canada’s Arctic.
August 10, 2020 —
The Churchill Marine Observatory is dedicated to the studies on detection, impact and mitigation of oil spills and related contaminants in sea ice-covered waters, extreme weather, climate change and fresh-water marine coupling studies.