Tag Archives: Arctic
Interview with Terry Moore on CFAX 1070 AM Radio Victoria on Sept. 30, 2015. Interview begins at 36:17 mark of the audio file.
Interview by Gregor Craigie of CBC Radio On the Island about a close encounter of our research gear with three Polar Bears in the Beaufort Sea during our Arctic GEOTRACES expedition.
Update on Polar Bears and Research Equipment in the Arctic Ocean: You’re Going to Need a Thicker Cable
By Jay T. Cullen The video you are looking at was taken Sept. 16, 2015 by a UVic undergraduate student, Kathryn Purdon, who has been working with my group on the icebreaker CCGS Amundsen which is currently working in the … Continue reading
By Jay T. Cullen and Kristin Orians The picture you are looking at was taken today by my colleague Dr. Kristin Orians of the University of British Columbia on the icebreaker CCGS Amundsen which is currently working in the Beaufort … Continue reading
Synchrotron Matters featuring oceanographer Jay Cullen and PhD student Dave Janssen from the University of Victoria working with Postdoctoral Scientists Peter Morton of Florida State University. We spoke with Global TV Morning News Host Kevin Stanfield about our work using … Continue reading
Interview with Aaron McArthur of Global News BC1 about funding of ocean research in Canada. The interview was in response to an opinion piece published in the Globe and Mail on July 27, 2015. http://globalnews.ca/video/embed/2136966/
Canada’s ocean science capacity is limited with resource constraints PHILIPPE D. TORTELL, ROGER FRANCOIS and JAY T. CULLEN ABOARD THE ICEBREAKER CCGS AMUNDSEN — Contributed to The Globe and Mail Published Monday, Jul. 27, 2015 9:01PM EDT Last updated Monday, Jul. 27, … Continue reading
This diary mirrors a blog post by Tereza Jarníková at our expedition website. As we wait in the Hudson Bay (update here) before we head north again, we bring you this blog’s first Expedition Science Special! Part of the excitement … Continue reading
By Jay T. Cullen This short post is to update interested readers on the progress of our research program investigating the impacts of climate change on the chemistry, physics and biology of the Canadian Arctic Ocean. On July 19, just … Continue reading
Arctic research expedition put on hold after vessel diverted to break ice MARK HUME VANCOUVER — The Globe and Mail Published Wednesday, Jul. 22, 2015 3:00AM EDT An Arctic science expedition planned with all the precision of a space mission has been … Continue reading