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Update on Canadian Arctic GEOTRACES 2015: Diverted for icebreaking

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

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Arctic research expedition put on hold after vessel diverted to break ice

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

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Day 8: Canadian Arctic GEOTRACES Expedition

By Jay T. Cullen We are now on Day 8 of the Canadian Arctic GEOTRACES Expedition the goals of which were stated in a previous diary. We left Quebec City on July 10 and have been moving farther north in … Continue reading

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Canadian GEOTRACES Arctic Expedition 2015

By Jay T. Cullen From July 10 to August 20 I will be aboard the CCGS Amundsen working with a group of scientists to better understand how climate change in the Arctic is affecting important physical, biological and chemical processes … Continue reading

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Loss of Thick Multi-year Sea-Ice From the Arctic Ocean

Jan. 21, 2015 by Jay T. Cullen Our research group has been working to understand how regional warming being experienced in the Arctic is likely to affect the physics, chemistry and biology of the Arctic Ocean.  Melting of seasonal sea-ice … Continue reading

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