Tags archives: Coastal

  • One small cabin sleeps four people and provides a small office space. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Amie Black amie.black@canada.ca (613) 998-8523 Secondary Contact Grant Gilchrist Grant.gilchrist@canada.ca (613) 998-7364 Download Belcher Islands Research ... [read more]
  • The Western Arctic Research Centre (WARC) is a two-story complex, plus three unheated warehouses, located on secure property. It operates year-round and can provide researchers with a range of logistical support for field- and office-based research in the western Arctic and Beaufort Delta coastal re... [read more]
  • The South Slave Research Centre (SSRC) has access to computers with ArcGIS software, Analyst, 3D Analyst and Spatial Analyst extensions for ArcGIS, Stata15, NVivo 9, standard office productivity programs including Microsoft Office and Internet access. The SSRC has access to a wet lab. In this lab ar... [read more]
  • Salluit Research Station is owned and run by CEN whose secretariat is based at Université Laval, Québec, Canada. Permafrost research by CEN began in 1987. A major research program was undertaken in 2002 to support community adaptation to changing permafrost in the context of climate change and to ho... [read more]
  • Scientists have been working at the station since the 1950s. Parks Canada has two Weather haven shelters with oil burner furnaces (each can sleep two people). Pending availability, researchers are welcome to use the sleepers. Centre d’études nordiques (CEN)/ Centre for Northern Studies operates thre... [read more]
  • This is the main operations facility for Quttinirpaaq National Park. There are six weather haven-style structures designated for park operations, including a kitchen, 3 two-bedroom sleepers, an office, and a latrine. All buildings are heated and have solar power. There are also 3 weather haven struc... [read more]
  • Kitchen and work/sleep cabins and observation blinds. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Amie Black amie.black@canada.ca (613) 998-8523 Secondary Contact Francois Fournier francois.fournier@canada.ca (418) 649-6127 Download Prince Leopold Island Seabird Res... [read more]
  • Wet lab available. Sinks, large work area, storage room and refrigerator. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Campus Dean Fiona.Buchan-Corey@arcticcollege.ca (867) 983-4107 Secondary Contact Mary Ellen Thomas Maryellen.thomas@arcticcollege.ca (867) 979-7202 Down... [read more]
  • 100' x 200' fenced compound that is 8' high with two entry gates. 20' x 28' cabin that sleeps four people. 12' x 16' shed for storage and working. Other amenities: electric lights, fridge and deep freeze, propane furnace, range and barbecue for cooking. Water pumped from Owl River and filtered via s... [read more]
  • Nester One is a research camp located near Cape Churchill that was established in 1969 by Manitoba Conservation and the Mississippi Flyway Council to study the nesting ecology of Eastern Prairie Population (EPP) Canada Geese. Since its establishment, Nester One has undergone a series of improvements... [read more]
  • The IQ and Oral History office is located in the Government of Nunavut Building and has a visiting researcher area. The office houses a library on local oral histories. A 6 bed accommodation unit is available for use by researchers. The unit has a full kitchen and laundry room. Name Em... [read more]
  • Tenting sites and one of the historic buildings at Pauline Cove may be available for accommodations  (depending on availability) for researchers. Generally, researchers must be completely self-supported. Name Email Phone Number Primary Contact Meghan Blay Meghan.blay@gov.yk.ca ... [read more]