riddell faculty News Archive
December 23, 2020 —
Kirstin Brink is part of a team that discovered that gorgonopsians, early ancestors to mammals and not related to dinosaurs, have very similar tooth structure to carnivorous dinosaurs.
December 16, 2020 —
Community-based research approach working with partners
December 15, 2020 —
Arctic sea ice has been in steep decline over the last two decades. Meanwhile, tundra shrub abundance has been increasing in many regions of the Arctic.
November 19, 2020 —
Until roughly a decade ago, most scientists assumed that phytoplankton remained in a sort of stasis throughout the winter and spring until sea ice break-up. Now there is a growing body of evidence that suggests under-ice blooms (UIBs) of phytoplankton can occur in low-light environments below sea ice.
November 9, 2020 —
When Dr. Stephan Pflugmacher Lima was growing up in Augsburg, a city close to Munich in Bavaria, Germany, he didn’t think moving to Manitoba would be in his future.
November 2, 2020 —
Students demonstrate knowledge translation skills in Undergraduate Research Poster Competition
October 23, 2020 —
Dr. Crawford studies how the complex interactions of various components of the Arctic climate system are changing in response to continued warming.
After 12 impressive years, Dr. Norm Halden retires as Dean of the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources
August 20, 2020 —
On June 30, 2020 the Clayton H. Riddell Faculty of Environment, Earth, and Resources said farewell to Dean Dr. Norm Halden.
June 11, 2020 —
Public voting is open for the 2020 Science Exposed People’s Choice Award and Riddell graduate student Tyler Black needs your votes
April 22, 2020 —
Using these models, the researchers considered the future evolution of Arctic sea-ice cover in a scenario with high future CO2 emissions and little climate protection. As expected, Arctic sea ice disappeared quickly in summer in these simulations.