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ARCTICNET is a Network of Centres of Excellence of Canada that brings together scientists and managers in the natural, human health and social sciences with their partners from Inuit organizations, northern communities, federal and provincial agencies and the private sector. The objective of ArcticNet is to study the impacts of climate change and modernization in the coastal Canadian Arctic. Over 150 ArcticNet researchers and 1000 graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, research associates, technicians and other specialists from 34 Canadian universities, and 20 federal and provincial agencies and departments collaborate with more than 150 partner organizations in 14 countries.

ASM2018 – Call For Sessions

The ASM2018 Organizing Committee welcomes proposals for Topical Sessions of interest to the Northern research community. Submit your session proposals before Friday, May 18, 2018.

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ArcticNet Renewal – Call for Letters Of Intent (LOI)

ArcticNet is pleased to announce a Call for LOI as part of its Full Application to the 2018 NCE Competition. Submissions from all eligible Canadian researchers whose expertise is applicable in the North are welcome. New applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. Planned geographic scope for a renewed ArcticNet includes the Inuit Nunangat (IRIS 1-4) and now extends to the Yukon, the continental NWT and Nunavut’s Kivalliq region (IRIS 5).

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ASM2018 - Mark your calendar!

ArcticNet is pleased to announce its 14th Annual Scientific Meeting, which will be held at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, Canada from December 10-14, 2018. Don’t miss this unique Arctic & Northern research gathering.

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Arctic Change 2017 Conference

With over 1450 registrants, Arctic Change 2017 has been by far the most popular annual gathering in ArcticNet’s history. Relive the highlights of this much-anticipated conference in Québec City.

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Oceans Research in Canada Alliance (ORCA) 2018

News

2017 Scientific Expedition in the Arctic : The work of researchers aboard the CCGS Amundsen put forward in a Washington Post article 'Scientists came to explore the fabled waters of the Arctic — but their work could also change its future'. Link

 

An ArcticNet researcher receives the 2017 Weston Family Prize : Dr. Michel Allard received $100,000 Weston Family Prize for Lifetime Achievement in Northern Research during the International Arctic Change 2017 Conference. Link

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