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Anna Crawford
PhD Candidate - Department of Geography and Environmental Studies
Carleton University

(Biography) I started the PhD program at Carleton University in the fall of 2013 and am excited to be pursuing research on ice islands of the Canadian Arctic - most specifically those originating from the floating glacial tongue of the Petermann Glacier/Ice Shelf of northwestern Greenland. I first conducted ice island field work from the CCGS Amundsen with ArcticNet's Annual Science Cruise during the fall of 2011 as part of my MSc degree. I am interested in the processes of ice island drift and deterioration and my research combines empirical, modeling and remote-sensing methods of analysis.


Project Member

Impacts of the Changing Global Environment at Nunavut’s Northern Frontier

Student Information

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Network Supervisors:
Derek Mueller

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