Large @ccarg presence at Arctic Change 2017

2017 December 11

Starting this week, many members of the @ccarg research group will be attending and presenting at the Arctic Change 2017 Conference in Quebec city.

During the week, the world’s foremost Arctic scientists will discuss the emerging global challenges and opportunities arising from climate change and modernization in the circum-Arctic. With over 1500 participants expected to attend, Arctic Change 2017 will be one of the largest trans-sectoral international Arctic research conferences ever held in Canada.

– Arctic Change 2017 website

Stay tuned for detailed posts on individual presentations throughout the week. Read more below to see who is presenting and when!

Monday

  1. Eranga Galappaththi // 3:30pm (Room 303B) // Speaker // Conversations on “Experiences Studying and Working Internationally”
  2. Melanie Flynn // 3:30pm (Room 303B) // Speaker // Conversations on “Experiences Studying and Working Internationally”

Tuesday

  1. Eranga Galappaththi // 10:30am // Presentation // How do Inuit fishers experience and respond to climate change? Empirical evidence from the Pangnirtung community in Nunavut, Canada
  2. Darya Anderson // 10:30am // Presentation // Bakeapple picking in a changing physical and social landscape
  3. Nathan Debortoli // 1:00pm (Room 304 AB) // A systems network approach for climate change vulnerability assessment
  4. Melanie Flynn // 2:00pm (Room 304 AB) // Key principles and challenges for effective knowledge mobilization with Arctic communities
  5. Dylan Clark // 3:30pm (Room 304 AB) // Presentation // Mapping transportation system vulnerabilities to climate change across the Canadian Arctic
  6. Darya Anderson // 5:00pm // Poster // Bakeapple picking in a changing physical and social landscape

Wednesday

  1. Darya Anderson // 5:00pm // Poster // Bakeapple picking in a changing physical and social landscape

Thursday

  1. Dylan Clark // 4:00pm (Room 206 A) // Presentation // Constraints and opportunities for Arctic search and rescue prevention and response
  2. Ella Belfer  // 3:30pm // Presentation // Representation of Indigenous peoples in climate change reporting

Friday

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