Bronwyn's PhD research focused on using water isotope tracers to characterize the present and past hydrology of the lakes in the Slave River Delta, NWT, to address local concerns about observations of change and to anticipate potential future changes in response to climate variability. She has been involved in similar research in northern Alberta's Peace-Athabasca Delta and the Old Crow Flats. Bronwyn now works with the Northern Climate ExChange, part of the Yukon Research Centre at Yukon College, as the research project coordinator. Currently she's coordinating projects related to the impacts of climate change on permafrost in Yukon.
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