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Fire in the Arctic

Nov 19, 2019 ...Fire in the Arctic: The effect of wildfire across diverse aquatic ecosystems of the Northwest Territories S.E. Tank, D. Olefeldt, W.L. Quinton, C. Spence, N. Dion, C. Ackley, K. Burd, R. Hutchins, and S. Mengistu The southern Northwest Territories (NWT) experienced an unprecedented fire season in the summer of 2014. Burned areas were spread across more than

Arctic Marine Ecology

Nov 19, 2019 ...Arctic marine ecology benchmarking program: Monitoring biodiversity using scuba J. Schultz, J. Heywood, D. Gibbs, L. Borden, D. Kent, M. Neale, C. Kulcsar, R. Banwait, and L. Trethewey Having reliable baseline data and carrying out ongoing monitoring are important to fully understanding the changes underway in Canada’s Arctic. This knowledge will enable

Fisheries Management Decisions for Atlantic Canada, Quebec and the Arctic - 2019

Nov 22, 2019 ...Decisions for Atlantic Canada, Quebec and the Arctic - 2019 Fisheries decisions in Atlantic Canada, Quebec and the Arctic include fisheries off the coast of New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island and Quebec, within Canada’s 200-mile limit. Visit the Fishery openings and closures page for ongoing fisheries

Central and Arctic region

Sep 10, 2019 ...Central and Arctic region To report suspicious fishing activity or habitat violations, please contact the nearest Fisheries and Oceans Canada office, or call the 24-hour, toll-free "Observe, Record Report line" at 1-800-222-8477. January | February| March | April | May | June | July | August | September | October | November | December Acronyms

Canada and the circumpolar Arctic

Sep 10, 2019 ...Canada and the circumpolar Arctic The Arctic is central to Canada’s national identity, prosperity, security, values and interests. The Canadian Arctic covers 40% of Canada’s territory and is home to more than 200,000 inhabitants, more than half of whom are Indigenous. Advancing Canada’s Arctic priorities involve many departments across the Government

CER – National Energy Board Filing Requirements for Offshore Drilling In the Canadian Arctic

Dec 2, 2019 ...On Wednesday, Aug. 28, the National Energy Board (NEB) became the Canada Energy Regulator (CER). For further information please visit our Implementing the Canadian Energy Regulator Act information page National Energy Board Filing Requirements for Offshore Drilling In the Canadian Arctic National Energy Board Filing Requirements for Offshore Drilling

Arctic Pollution Booms (W0100-200113/A) -

Nov 29, 2019 ...Arctic Pollution Booms (W0100-200113/A) Tender Notice Status Publishing status Active Days to closing 1 month 1 week hence Dates Publication date 2019/11/29 Amendment date None Date closing 2020/01/08 14:00 Atlantic Standard Time (AST) Details Reference number PW-$HAL-502-10834 Solicitation number W0100-200113/A Region of delivery Nova Scotia Notice type

Canadian Lightning Danger Map - Arctic - Environment Canada

Dec 1, 2019 ...Canadian Lightning Danger Map - Arctic The Canadian Lightning Danger Map (CLDM) represents areas at greatest risk of being struck by lightning in the next 10 minutes. Times are expressed in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). The interval between maps is 10 minutes. Please re-fresh your browser to ensure you have the latest map. Learn more about the Canadian

Forecasts for the high Arctic area of Nunavut - Environment Canada

Dec 1, 2019 ...Forecasts for the high Arctic area of Nunavut Choose a Province or Territory AlbertaAB British ColumbiaBC ManitobaMB New BrunswickNB Newfoundland and LabradorNL Nova ScotiaNS Northwest TerritoriesNT NunavutNU OntarioON Prince Edward IslandPE QuebecQC SaskatchewanSK YukonYT Forecast Regions Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland

Arctic research program

Sep 3, 2019 ...Arctic research program From: National Research Council Canada Collecting samples for testing in the Arctic With burgeoning mining, tourism and commercial fishing industries, Canada's Arctic is full of opportunities, and engineering challenges, for environmentally safe and sustainable economic development. With partners from government, industry

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